gesticuláis you gesticulate
The word gesticuláis is the present form of gesticular in the second person plural. See the full gesticular conjugation.
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An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
1. (to make gestures)
a. to gesticulate
Los analistas dicen que el candidato gesticulaba demasiado durante el debate.Analysts say that the actor gesticulated too much during the debate.
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An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
1. (con manos, brazos)
a. to gesticulate
2. (con la cara)
a. to pull faces
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intransitive verb
(con ademanes) to gesticulate
gesticular con las manos to wave one's hands around; gesticulate with one's hands; gesticular con los brazos to wave one's arms around; gesticulate with one's arms
estaba en estado de embriaguez en medio de la Gran Avenida y gesticulando con los brazos como si dirigiese el tráfico
siempre habla sin gesticular (sin ademanes) he never gesticulates when he speaks; (sin gestos faciales) he's always expressionless when he speaks
Puso en marcha el vehículo sín dejar de gesticular gesticulaba entre tics, guiños y carraspeos intentando contar una historia tragicómica Gunter Mitscher es un individuo alto, semicalvo, que gesticula poco y sonríe mientras habla Habla y habla sin apenas gesticular
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