- v.做手势示意或强调( gesticulate的过去式和过去分词 );
The teenagers shook their long, black hair and gesticulated crazily.
He gesticulated wildly as he tried to make her understand.
The officer gesticulated towards the refugees.
He always gesticulated merrily when he had a talk.
I raved at them, swore at them, gesticulated at them.
The speaker gesticulated by raising his arms, pounding the desk and stamping his foot.
The guards gesticulated that he had better not linger there. He shook his head.