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American Sign Language: "plan"


 

PLAN: (version 1)
The right and left hands sweep from left to right (or from right to left) in a smooth straight movement.


 


See: Animation:  PLAN


NOTE:  This sign has two versions.  One that has a straight sweep, and another that has several up and down arcs. The one that moves in a straight sweep tends to mean "plan" as in "We need a plan."

The one that moves the hands from left to right (or right to left) using small arcs tends to mean the noun form of "plan" and or the act of "planning out" or "preparing."
 

PLAN / PREPARE


 


See: Animation of "plan / prepare" 




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