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With


The sign WITH can be modified to mean many different things. When you put the "A" hands together, it means "WITH" in general.  If you hold the "A" hands together and then make a sweeping horizontal circle (while keeping them together--looks like you are stirring a witch's brew on Halloween) it means "TOGETHER."

The sign for "WITH" is made by forming the letter "a" with both hands.  Place both your hands together, palms facing. 


Note: There are many signs related to the sign "WITH." 

For example:  [in-front-of, behind, follow, catch-up, chase, fall-behind, accompany, together, go-with, go-steady, race, compete, subordinate]
Check out:  "WITH" (Advanced)


Also see:  PASS


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