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American Sign Language:  "full"


The sign for "full" depends on your meaning.


FULL:
The general sign for "full" is made by extending the left closed hand.  Open your right hand and move it over the top of your left fist.



 


Note: if you reverse the motion and you move your hand forward (instead of backward) instead of meaning "full" the meaning changes to "enough."
See: ENOUGH

FULL-of-food / "stuffed"


FULL-fed-up:

"I'm fed up with it!"
"I've had it up to here with you!"

 


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