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American Sign Language: "interrupt"



The signs "INTERRUPT" and "BOTHER" are related to each other. In general though, "interrupt" uses a single movement and "bother" uses a double movement.  However you might see the sign "interrupt" done repeatedly (inflected) to mean "repeated interruptions."


INTERRUPT:


 



BOTHER:

 

Animation: "BOTHER"




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