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American Sign Language: "dresser"


The sign for "dresser" just mimes pulling out and pushing in a dresser drawer. 

DRESSER:



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Sample sentence:  Do you put your pants in a dresser or do you hang them up?
= YOUR PANTS, YOU PUT DRESSER [bodyshift]-OR HANG-up, WHICH?


 



Notes:
If you need to specifically talk about the drawers in a dresser, you can do the same movement but at different heights.  For example, you could do sign the sign "drawer" a second time a little bit lower.  You can also number them.
 



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