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Yermak Point Yermak Point {m}
yernfully [obs.]erbarmungsvoll
yernfulness [obs.] Eifer {m}
Yersel! [Scot., N. Engl. sl.: yourself]Ebenso!
yersinia [often capitalized]Yersinien {pl}
Yersinia enterocolitica infection [infection with Yersinia]Yersinia-enterocolitica-Infektion {f}
yersiniosisYersiniose {f}
Yersin's laughing thrush [Garrulax yersini] Halsbandhäherling {m}
Yersin's laughingthrush [Garrulax yersini, syn.: Trochalopteron yersini] Halsbandhäherling {m} [auch: Halsband-Häherling]
yes ja
yes Ja {n}
yes [coll.] [Irish] ihr
yes and no jein [hum.] [ja und nein]
yes and no Jein {n} [hum.] [Ja und Nein]
Yes, for sure!Ja, sicher!
Yes, go ahead. Ja, mach nur.
Yes, I can manage that.Ja, ich schaffe das schon.
Yes, I (can) see it. Doch, ich sehe es.
Yes I do. [wedding vow] Ja, ich will. [Jawort]
Yes, I do, but ... Doch, schon, aber ... [als Antwort]
Yes in my back yard! [YIMBY movement][YIMBY, eine Gegenbewegung zu NIMBY („Nicht vor meiner Haustür!“)]
Yes indeed, it certainly is.Ja, das kann man wohl sagen.
Yes indeed, you certainly did. Ja, das kann man wohl sagen.
Yes, indeed! Aber ja!
Yes, indeed! Ja, in der Tat!
Yes, ma'am. [Am.] [also hum.]Jawohl. [auch hum.] [zu einer Frau]
Yes, madam. [also hum.]Jawohl. [auch hum.] [zu einer Frau]
Yes Man [Peyton Reed]Der Ja–Sager
Yes, no thanks to you.Ja, und das habe ich ganz bestimmt nicht dir zu verdanken.
Yes, of course. Ja, natürlich.
Yes, of course! Aber ja!
Yes, of course!Ja, doch!
Yes of course!Ja freilich! [südd.]
Yes, please.Gern.
Yes, please!Ja, gerne!
Yes, Sir. Jawoll. [ugs.] [auch hum.]
Yes, Sir. [also hum.] Jawohl. [auch hum.] [zu einem Mann]
Yes, sir! [also hum.]Zu Befehl! [auch hum.] [zu einem Mann]
Yes, squire! [Br.]Natürlich!
Yes, sure. Ja, klar.
Yes, that'd be great.Ja, das wäre toll.
yes woman Jasagerin {f}
yesaul [spv.] [cavalry captain of the cossacks] Jessaul {m} [Kosakenrittmeister]
Yesavage's geriatric depression test [rare for: geriatric depression scale] Depressionstest {m} nach Yesavage [geriatrische Depressionsskala]
yeseria Yeseria {f}
yeshivaJeschiwa {f}
Yeshua Jehoschua {m}
Yeshua Jeschua {m}
Yeşilırmak Yeşilırmak {m}
yes-man [coll.] [pej.]Jasager {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
yes-man [coll.] [pej.] Mucker {m} [ugs.] [pej.] [Jasager, Duckmäuser]
yes-man [coll.] [pej.] Knecht {m} [pej.] [bes. Jugendsprache] [Jasager]
yes-man [idiom] [pej.] Duckmäuser {m} [pej.]
yes-man [pej.] [coll.]Schleimer {m} [pej.] [ugs.]
yes-man [pej.] [coll.]Ja-Sager {m} [pej.] [ugs.]
yes-manship [coll.] [pej.] Muckertum {n} [pej., hier: Duckmäuserei] [veraltend]
yes-no questionEntscheidungsfrage {f}
yes-no question Ja-Nein-Frage {f}
yes-no question Satzfrage {f}
yes-or-no question Ja-Nein-Frage {f}
yes-or-no question Entscheidungsfrage {f}
Yessir. [Am.] [coll.]Jawohl. [veraltend oder hum.]
Yessiree! [coll.]Jawollja! [ugs.]
yesterday Gestern {n}
yesterday afternoon gestern Nachmittag
yesterday at the seventh hour gestern zur siebten Stunde
yesterday eveninggestern Abend [gestern am Abend]
yesterday eveninggestern Abend {m}
yesterday eveningzeugs gestern Abend {m}
Yesterday GirlAbschied von Gestern [Alexander Kluge]
yesterday morning gestern früh
yesterday morninggestern ... morgens
yesterday morninggestern Morgen
yesterday night gestern Abend
yesterday sennight [archaic]gestern vor einer Woche
yesterday week [Br.] gestern vor einer Woche
yesterdaysVergangenheit {f}
yesterday's von gestern [nachgestellt]
yesterday's [attr.] gestrig [attr.] [von gestern]
yesterday's chip paper [Br.] [idiom]Schnee {m} von gestern [ugs.] [Redewendung]
Yesterday's Enemy [Val Guest] Feinde von gestern
yesterday's man ein Mann {m} von gestern [jd., dessen Stern verblasst ist bzw. gerade am Verblassen ist]
yesterday's news [Am.] Schnee {m} von gestern [ugs.] [Redewendung]
yesterday's news [idiom] [sth. without any significance]Makulatur {f} [fig.] [etw. ohne Bedeutung]
yesterday's papergestrige Zeitung {f}
yesterday's price Vortageskurs {m}
yestereve [archaic] gestern Abend
yestergay [sl.][ein Homosexueller, der nun heterosexuell lebt]
yestermorning [archaic] gestern Morgen
yesternight [archaic]gestern Abend
yesternoon [archaic]gestern Mittag
yesteryearletztes Jahr {n}
yesteryear vergangene Zeit {f}
yesteryear [literary] [last year] voriges Jahr {n}
yesteryear's der Vergangenheit [Gen.]
yet doch
yet nichtsdestotrotz [ugs.] [hum.]
yet schon noch
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