American Sign Language: "full"
The sign for "full" depends on your meaning.
The general sign for "full" is made by extending the
left closed hand. Open your right hand and move it over the top of
your left fist.
Note: if you reverse the motion and you move your hand forward (instead of
backward) instead of meaning "full" the meaning changes to "enough."
FULL-of-food / "stuffed"
"I'm fed up
"I've had it up to here with you!"
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