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American Sign Language: relationship / cooperation
The sign for "relationship" can also mean "cooperation."
To show a relationship between two people, things, or ideas you can use a back-and-forth sliding movement between the two items. This sign can also be used to mean "cooperate."
RELATIONSHIP / COOPERATION:
You can also use the general sign "CONNECT" to indicate that two things are related or connected to each other. That they have a "bond."
Also see "CONNECT"
Also see: "OF"
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