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American Sign Language: "breathe"


Both hands use "5"-hands.  The hands move forward away from the chest, and then back to the chest--representing the swelling and contraction of the chest during breathing.  You don't actually have to touch your chest. You can start and inch or so out from your chest.


BREATHE:

 


Also see: SHORT-OF-BREATH
Also see: INHALE


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