Definición de yes en inglés:

yes

Silabificación: yes

exclamación

1Used to give an affirmative response: “Do you understand?” “Yes.”
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • My response is yes, and that is a danger that we worked out when we took the decision.
  • I don't hear a lot of calls on behalf of economic officials saying, yes, please come and invest.
  • I asked Craig if he would consider making a jump with him, Craig's response was a resounding yes!
Sinónimos
all right, very well, of course, by all means, sure, certainly, absolutely, indeed, right, affirmative, in the affirmative, agreed, roger;
Nautical aye aye
informal yeah, yep, yup, ya, uh-huh, okay, OK, okey-dokey, okey-doke
archaic yea, aye
1.1Expressing agreement with a positive statement just made: “That was a grand evening.” “Yes, it was.”
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Although felt extremely happy when I heard that, I could not give a big positive yes at the moment he asked.
  • Of course, yes, certainly, it was a chance to be associated with the games.
  • We would be in a better position economically now, yes, definitely.
1.2Expressing contradiction of a negative statement: “You don’t want to go.” “Yes, I do.”
2Used as a response to someone addressing one or otherwise trying to attract one’s attention: “Oh, Mr. Lawrence.” “Yes?”
3Used to question a remark or ask for more detail about it: “It should be easy to check.” “Oh yes? How?”
3.1Asked at the end of a statement to indicate the expectation of agreement: you think I perhaps killed Westbourne, yes?
4Encouraging someone to continue speaking: “When you bought those photographs ...” “Yes?”

sustantivo (plural yeses or yesses)

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An affirmative answer or decision, especially in voting: answering with assured and ardent yeses
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Rilla counted them up as each name was called, and found a large majority of yesses.
  • I smiled thoughtfully to myself as I ticked off the amount of yeses on my fingers.
  • So, if you're reading this could you please post a yes or a no as to whether you are on the Organ Donor register.

Origen

Old English gēse, gīse, probably from an unrecorded phrase meaning 'may it be so'.

Frases

yes and no

Partly and partly not: “Did it come as a surprise to you?” “Yes and no.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Yet no one has offered to suggest that Ablett's woes are anything other than those of his own making - but I would argue yes and no?
  • The answer, like so many things in politics, is yes and no.
  • That is why the answer to your question is, yes and no.

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