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American Sign Language: "washing machine" or "laundry"


The sign for "washing machine" shows the agitating action of a washing machine.  It can mean "do laundry."  I've also seen people sign "DISH WASHING-MACHINE" to mean "dishwasher."

WASHING-MACHINE  (wash-in-machine)  laundry


Sample sentence: Do you like doing laundry? / Do you like washing clothes?
(CLOTHES, YOU LIKE WASH-in-machine?)



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