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WAIT: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "wait"

 

The sign for "wait" holds the hands up and off to the side a bit. Wiggle the fingers.


WAIT:


 


 

Sample sentence: SUPPOSE TEACHER NOT COME, WAIT HALF-HOUR YOU?

 

 


 

WAIT-a-long-time:

 

 


 


 

Sample sentence: YOU GO DOCTOR WAIT-[long], YOU SIT-anxious YOU?

 

 


Notes:  See: POSTPONE

STAY

EXPECT

PAUSE




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