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5 DOLLARS: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "5 dollars / $5"
 

The concept of 5 DOLLARS can be shown by signing the number 5 with the palm facing out, away from the body then the wrist rotates so the palm ends facing back, toward the body.



 

Another version is produced by signing the number 5 + DOLLAR.

In low context situations, signing the number 5 + DOLLAR would be best.

 

 

 

Sample sentence: Do you mind lending me $5?

 

 


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