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American Sign Language: "brush"
Yes, yes, it has been a while since I've used one, but it is like riding a bike, once you've learned, you never forget how.
The general sign for "brush" is to make a couple of brushing movements near your hair, (or in my case, where your hair used to be). If you were "brushing a horse" you would spell brush and then do couple of brushing movements in the air as if you were actually brushing a horse. If you want to sign "brush your teeth" you would just make a couple of side to side movements with your index finger in front of your teeth.
Also see: COMB
Also see: BRUSH-TEETH
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