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yah

(jɑː; jɛə)
sentence substitute
an informal word for yes, often used to indicate derision or contempt
interj
an exclamation of derision or disgust

Yah

(jɑː)
n
informal Brit an affected upper-class person
[C20: from yah, the spoken form of yes supposedly used by upper-class British people]
Translations

yah

[jɑː] EXCL¡bah!

yah

interj (expressing disgust) → uh, igitt(igitt); (expressing derision) → ätsch, hähä
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An all Ka-band satellite, Al Yah 3, is the first hybrid electric propulsion GEOStar-3 satellite completed by Orbital ATK.
When it reaches its designated parking space at about 38,000 km above the equator, Al Yah 3 will help UAE-based satellite company expand its operations into Africa as well as enter Brazil for the first time.
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Al Yah 3 will allow us to extend our affordable broadband services to 60% of the African population and more than 95% in Brazil," said Marcus Vilaca, chief technology officer at Yahsat.