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Y US English

The twenty-fifth letter of the alphabet

Y1 US English

The twenty-fifth letter of the alphabet

Y2 US English

Yen

y US English

Year(s)

-y1 US English

(From nouns and adjectives)

-y2 US English

Forming diminutive nouns and adjectives, nicknames, hypocoristics, etc.

-y3 US English

Forming nouns:

y in Y1 US English

The twenty-fifth letter of the alphabet

Y in Y1 US English

A shape like that of a capital Y

yttrium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 39, a grayish-white metal generally included among the rare earth elements

Y in yttrium US English

The chemical element of atomic number 39, a grayish-white metal generally included among the rare earth elements

Gen Y US English

short for Generation Y.

y'all US English

You-all

y-axis US English

The secondary or vertical axis of a system of coordinates, points along which have a value of zero for all other coordinates

silver Y US English

A greyish-brown European moth that has purple-tinged wings with a white Y-shaped mark on the forewings

Y-fronts US English

Men’s or boys' underpants with a branching seam at the front in the shape of an upside-down Y

Generation Y US English

The generation born in the 1980s and 1990s, comprising primarily the children of the baby boomers and typically perceived as increasingly familiar with digital and electronic technology

Y chromosome US English

(In humans and other mammals) a sex chromosome that is normally present only in male cells, which are designated XY

Y's in Y1 US English

The twenty-fifth letter of the alphabet

Alarcón y Mendoza US English

see Ruiz de Alarcón, Juan.

secy. US English

Secretary

you-all US English

(In the southern US) you (used to refer to more than one person)

y'all in you-all US English

(In the southern US) you (used to refer to more than one person)

Ortega y Gasset, José US English

(1883–1955), Spanish philosopher. His works include The Revolt of the Masses (1930), in which he proposed leadership by an intellectual elite

Ramón y Cajal, Santiago US English

(1852–1934), Spanish physician and histologist. He was a founder of the science of neurology, identifying the neuron as the fundamental unit of the nervous system. Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine (1906), shared with Camillo Golgi

honi soit qui mal y pense US English

Shame on him who thinks evil of it (the motto of the Order of the Garter)

Y. aloifolia in Spanish bayonet US English

A yucca native to the southern US and the American tropics

Generation Yer US English

A member of Generation Y (born in the 1980s and 1990s)

Guernica y Luno in Guernica US English

A town in the Basque Provinces of northern Spain, to the east of Bilbao; population 16,255 (2008). Formerly the seat of a Basque parliament, it was bombed in 1937, during the Spanish Civil War, by German planes in support of Franco, an event depicted in a famous painting by Picasso. Full name Guernica y Lunoiː ˈluːnəʊ

Antonio Gaudí y Cornet in Gaudí, Antonio US English

(1853–1926), Spanish architect; full name Antonio Gaudí y Cornet. He was a leading but idiosyncratic exponent of art nouveau who worked chiefly in Barcelona and is known mainly for his ornate and extravagant church of the Sagrada Familia in Barcelona

Juan de Yepis y Alvarez in John of the Cross, St. US English

(1542–91), Spanish mystic and poet; born Juan de Yepis y Alvarez. A Carmelite monk and priest, he founded, with St. Teresa of Ávila, the “discalced” Carmelite order in 1568. Feast day, December 14

Fulgencio Batista y Zaldívar in Batista, Fulgencio US English

(1901–73), Cuban soldier and statesman; president 1940–44 and 1952–59; full name Fulgencio Batista y Zaldívar. Despite support from the US, his second government was overthrown by Fidel Castro

Juan Ruiz de Alarcón y Mendoza in Ruiz de Alarcón, Juan US English

(1580–1639), Spanish playwright, born in Mexico City; full name Juan Ruiz de Alarcón y Mendoza

Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes in Goya US English

(1746–1828), Spanish painter and etcher; full name Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes. He is known for his works concerning the French occupation of Spain 1808–14, including The Shootings of May 3rd 1808 (1814) and The Disasters of War (1810–14), depicting the cruelty and horror of war

Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez in Velázquez, Diego US English

(1599–1660), Spanish painter; court painter to Philip IV; full name Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez. His portraits humanized the formal Spanish tradition of idealized figures. Notable works: Pope Innocent X (1650), The Toilet of Venus (known as The Rokeby Venus, circa 1651), and Las Meninas (circa 1656)

Juan Carlos Victor María de Borbón y Borbón in Juan Carlos US English

(1938-), king of Spain 1975-; full name Juan Carlos Victor María de Borbón y Borbón; grandson of Alfonso XIII. Franco’s chosen successor, he became king after Franco’s death. His reign has seen Spain’s increasing liberalization and its entry into NATO and the European Community

Y English-Spanish

Y, y f

Y Spanish-English

Y, y

y Spanish-English

and

y in Y English-Spanish

Y, y f

y'all English-Spanish

→ you-all

Y-fronts English-Spanish

calzoncillos mpl, slip m


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