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American Sign Language:  relation

The sign for "relation" can also mean "cooperation."

To show a relationship between two people, things, or ideas you can use a back-and-forth sliding movement between the two items. This sign can also be used to mean "cooperate."


You can also use the general sign "CONNECT" to indicate that two things are related or connected to each other. That they have a "bond."



Also see "CONNECT"

Also see: "OF"

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