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gesticulation

Translation of gesticulation in Spanish:

noun

uncountable and countable
  • Example sentences
    • I know I do tend to move a little, largely because I naturally tend to use gesticulation and body language to emphasize what I'm talking about.
    • ‘Every hand movement, gesticulation or walking movement can be felt to be provocative,’ he said.
    • In fact, many of the details were provided to the police implicitly by the male complainant through his physical motions and gesticulations.

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