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American Sign Language:  "drive"








DRIVE (version):

When telling a story about someone driving you can use a large movement and corresponding facial expressions to show how you would look if you were actually manipulating a steering wheel. When you used a small movement, it is usually considered CAR.



Also see: CAR (for more info related to "drive")

Obviously there are other meanings for the word "drive." If you mean "drive" as in "ambition," then use a sign like "ENTHUSIASM."

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