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American Sign Language: "bright"


The word "bright" has several meanings. If what you mean is "smart" then you should visit the "smart" page. See: "SMART."


The version of the sign that means "bright," as in "lots of light" can also mean, "clear," or "obvious." You adjust your facial expression to match your intent.  Squint and use a slightly pained expression if you mean that something is "blinding."

BRIGHT / clear / obvious:

 


Also see: CLEAR
Also see: SMART


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