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ASL: "drawer"


Mime pulling a drawer out and pushing it back in. Use "A" or "S" handshapes, palms up. Once back, once forward.

This sign can be used to mean "dresser." 

If you do a single movement pulling it toward you, it means "open the drawer."



Animated: Drawer

close-DRAWER:  (use the sign "push")



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