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American Sign Language:  "take-care-of"


TAKE CARE OF (version 1)
Both hands stay together throughout this sign. The sign traces a small circle twice. The circular movement is up, forward, down, back, repeat


 


Click here to see the animation:  "TAKE-CARE-OF"


 


 

Now, I hate to do this to you, but lots of people sign "take care of" by simply tapping the "K" hands together twice. The movement is sort of gentle. But, if you do a "harder movement," and are saying "good bye" to someone it might be interpreted as "take care of yourself."

TAKE-CARE (Use a somewhat larger movement when saying good-byes)
The right "K" hand whacks the left "K" hand twice.  The movement is mostly in the right hand but the left hand moves a bit too:


Also see: LOAN-[lend_borrow]
Also see: KEEP
Also see: what-KIND-of / type-of



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