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American Sign Language:  "across," "over," "after"


The sign "across" has several variations depending on your meaning.

The generic sign for "across" uses the "OVER" sign.  To do this sign you use a "flat" hand shape on your dominant hand and slide it across the back of your (palm down) non-dominant hand.

OVER / ACROSS / AFTER:



 

ACROSS-FROM (on the opposite side of)



Also see:  FINISH
Also see: AFTER
Compare with: WOOD



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