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VINEGAR: The American Sign Language (ASL) sign for "vinegar"

The sign for "vinegar" touches the tip of the index finger of a "V" handshape on the dominant side of the chin using a double movement.  If you do the twist a little higher on cheek this sign looks like one of the versions of "vegetable." So make sure to do "vinegar" lower (on the side of your chin).




Now you can say "vinegar and oil" by signing VINEGAR and spelling O-I-L. (As a topping for your SALAD.)


If you use a "K" handshape instead of "V" it means PICKLE:




Notes:  Also see: VEGETABLE
Also see: PICKLE

Also see: OIL

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