Entry from British & World English dictionary
A friendly form of address: chuck me a cigarette, yaar ‘Arré please yaar, why harass an old man?’
More example sentences
- ‘Highly improbable story, yaar,’ one youth tells his mates as they leave the cinema hall, and I stifle a wry smile.
- As Aamir Khan says in Dil Chahta Hai, ‘It's serious, yaar!’
- Arrey yaar… you planning to take Mrs. Gupta to the dance or what?
Via Hindi from Arabic yar 'friend'.
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