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American Sign Language:  "brush-teeth"


BRUSH TEETH:
The sign for "brush teeth" is made by using the index finger of your right hand to brush your teeth using a side to side horizontal movement. 


 



Note: The sign "teeth" is not part of the sign "BRUSH-TEETH"

Example:
"Do I need to brush my teeth?"

 


See: TEETH



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