Gesture is another way of communication.
This gesture is familiar to young people.
he spoked makeing gesture
The gesture fetched a laugh from the audience.
In an oddly brotherly drunken gesture, Cole tried to give his roommate a noogie.
The acceptability of a social gesture depends on innumerable cultural factors.
Condillac, with sensationalism, revolutionised the concept of mind, making language and gesture prior to ideas, shattering Locke's conception of language as a mere passive medium.
Just as one gesture can have many different meanings, many different gestures can have the same meaning.
Her movements were awkward and her gesture clumsy.
She threw away everything that was on the small dining table in a drunken hand gesture.
Physical gestures can be quite different from one culture to another.
Using mostly gesture, I explained that they were in the wrong street.
Definition a gesture is a movement you make with your arms or body as a way of saying something, either instead of speaking or at the same time as you are speaking
I love some of those Italian gestures. They’re so expressive.
The gesture of adolescence, which raves for this or that on one day with the ever-present possibility of damning it as idiocy on the next, is now socialized.
Inglés palabragest"(gesture) ocurre en conjuntos:NA CAŁY TYDZIEŃ SŁÓWKA Z ROZSZERZONYCH MATUR WEEK 1Longman Repetytorium Maturalne CzłowiekUNIT 1 body+body language+clothes and fashionFiszki z książki - "The Clique of Gold" (Emile Gab...Body Language - Posture and Gestures