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Translation of "gesture" - English-Japanese dictionary

gesture

noun   /ˈdʒes·tʃər/
a movement you make with your hand, arm, or head to show what you are thinking or feeling 身ぶり手ぶり, ジェスチャー He made a rude gesture at the crowd.
something you do to show people how you feel about a person or situation 意思表示, 気持ちを伝えるための行為 It would be a nice gesture to invite her to dinner.
Translations of “gesture”
in Arabic إيماء, إشارة…
in Korean 몸짓, 표현…
in Malaysian gerak isyarat…
in French geste…
in Turkish el, kol ve baş hareketi, jestler…
in Italian gesto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 動作, 手勢, 姿勢…
in Russian жест, поступок…
in Polish gest…
in Vietnamese cử chỉ…
in Spanish gesto, señalar…
in Portuguese gesto…
in Thai การแสดงท่าทาง…
in German die Gebärde…
in Catalan gest…
in Indonesian bahasa tubuh, gerak-gerik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 动作, 手势, 姿势…
(Definition of gesture noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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