American Sign Language: "transfer"


The sign for "transfer" starts with a palm-down (and angled just a bit toward the non-dominant side) bent-"V"-handshape. Then use an arching movement (downward, to the side, and upward) as if showing that a person was sitting in one place and has now transferred to be sitting in another place.  This sign also commonly means "switch."
 

TRANSFER or switch:


 


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