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yo-yo British & World English

A toy consisting of a pair of joined discs with a deep groove between them in which string is attached and wound, which can be spun alternately downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the string unwinds and rewinds

yo1 British & World English

Used to greet someone, attract their attention, or express excitement

yo2 British & World English

Non-standard spelling of you, used to represent black English.

yo-yo English Thesaurus

the industry yo-yos between boom and bust

fro-yo British & World English

Frozen yogurt

Ma, Yo-Yo British & World English

(1955-), US cellist; born in France. He made his debut at New York City’s Carnegie Hall at the age of nine and has performed throughout the world with major orchestras

yo-ho-ho British & World English

Used to attract attention

yo-heave-ho British & World English

Another term for heave-ho.

yo-ho in yo-ho-ho British & World English

Used to attract attention

yo-yos in yo-yo British & World English

A toy consisting of a pair of joined discs with a deep groove between them in which string is attached and wound, which can be spun alternately downward and upward by its weight and momentum as the string unwinds and rewinds

yo-yoes in yo-yo British & World English

Move up and down; fluctuate

yo-yoed in yo-yo British & World English

Move up and down; fluctuate

yo-yoing in yo-yo British & World English

Move up and down; fluctuate