y'all
variant of you-all

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  • Y'all — Y all, a veces mal escrito como «ya ll», «yawl» o «yaw» y arcaicamente escrito «you all», es una gramaticalización fusionada de la frase «you all». Es usado principalmente como un pronombre plural de segunda persona y menos comúnmente como un… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Y'all — Y all, sometimes spelled as Ya ll , Yawl , or Yaw , and archaically spelled You all , is a fused grammaticalization of the phrase you all . It is used primarily as a plural second person pronoun, and less often as a singular second person pronoun …   Wikipedia

  • y'all — [jo:l US jo:l] pron AmE spoken a word meaning all of you , used mainly in the southern US states when speaking to more than one person ▪ I m going home now. See y all later …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • y'all — [ jɔl ] pronoun AMERICAN SPOKEN a way of saying you all : used for talking to or getting the attention of a group of people, especially in the southern U.S.: Come on y all; we have to get going …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • y'all — by 1879, U.S. dialect abbreviation of you all (see YOU (Cf. you)). Children learn from the slaves some odd phrases ... as ... will you all do this? for, will one of you do this? [ Arthur Singleton (Henry C. Knight), Letters from the South and… …   Etymology dictionary

  • y'all — (you all) pron. you in plural, when addressing two or more people; you when addressing one person but representing another or others as well …   English contemporary dictionary

  • y'all — ☆ y all [yôl ] pron. var. of [South Informal] South Informal YOU ALL …   English World dictionary

  • y\'all — 1. (y all) (898↑, 136↓) contraction for you all what is going on with y all? Author: care http://yall.urbanup.com/12634 2. (y all) (608↑, 125↓) Southern 2nd person plural pronoun. Most concise and easily distinguished. Despite the assurance of… …   Urban English dictionary

  • y'all — pronoun AmE informal a word meaning all of you, used mainly in the southern US states when speaking to more than one person: Are y all coming over for lunch? …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • y'all — Two or more persons. How are y all? …   Dictionary of american slang

  • y'all — Two or more persons. How are y all? …   Dictionary of american slang

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