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American Sign Language:  "exchange"


The sign for exchange or "swap" as in swap this for that -- is done by using modified "X" hands (that sort of look as if you are holding a "key" or a small slip of paper in your hands).
It is a weird little sign in which the hands circle each other and end up pretty much where they began.

SWAP / "exchange"


EXCHANGE:


Also see: TRADE
Also see: CHANGE


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