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American Sign Language:  "watch"

The proper sign for this word depends on your meaning or intent.

If you want to talk about a wristwatch, you can use an "F" handshape on the back of your wrist.

The sign BRACELET could also mean "watch"

WATCH (be looking at/more detached/spectator)



LOOK-AT:  (to look at something)
If you want to talk about "watch" as in "look at" you should check out the "SEE" page for a more complete discussion of this topic.  But I'll include the main "watch/look" variations here:


"Look at that."


WATCH:  (regional variation)  "Looking at."  (This version is not recommended.)

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