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10 DOLLARS: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "10 dollars, $10"
 

Make the sign for "DOLLAR / DOLLARS" by extending your non-dominant hand, palm to the dominant side.  Grab your non-dominant hand's fingers between the palm and fingers of your dominant hand. Pull your dominant hand away from your non-dominant hand. The dominant hand "slips off the non-dominant hand." The non-dominant hand stays in place

Also, you might see the dominant hand grabbing the top edge of the non-dominant hand.

 

To convey the concept of 10 dollars, sign the number 10 + DOLLAR or vice versa.

 

See: DOLLAR, DOLLARS

 



 

 



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