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PARTNER: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "partner"
 

The English word PARTNER can be conveyed a few ways in ASL.

 

If you mean "PARTNER" as in a spouse or romantic relationship, a common version is "SHARE + PERSON"

The SHARE + PERSON version of PARTNER can also mean PARTNER in business

 

SHARE + PERSON:

 


 

If you are using "PARTNER" to mean partnership or a business partner, a common version is "COLLABORATE PERSON" or can add "BUSINESS" as well.

 

PARTNERSHIP:


 


 

If you want to refer to "PARTNER" as in 'on a team', one option is to use the sign for "ROOMMATE".

 

ROOMMATE:

 


 

Sample sentence: If you partner asked you to put your career on hold, would you?

 


 

Notes: The sign COUPLE can be used to indicate PARTNER-[romantic] as well. It can also mean THOSE-TWO, PAIR.

 

 

Additional notes: The sign for SWEETHEART can be used for PARTNER-[romantic] as well. It can also mean BABE, BABY.

 

SWEETHEART:

 


Notes: 
See: HUSBAND

WIFE

TEAM

BUSINESS

ASSISTANT

FRIEND

SWEETHEART




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