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American Sign Language:  "act"


Right and left "A" hands move up, back, down, and forward.  Both hands move simultaneously.  When the right hand is up, the left hand is down.  When the right hand is back the left hand is forward. (The movement is similar to pedaling a bicycle backwards.)

You can add the AGENT suffix to turn this sign into ACTOR:

See:  Animation:  (ACTOR)


Note: This sign does NOT mean "perform" as in "to act in a play.


General action going on:

Also see: DO
Also see:  ACTOR
Also see: BEHAVIOR
Also see: THEATER


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