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yeah

 (yĕ′ə, yă′ə, yā′ə)
adv. Informal
Yes.

[Variant of yea.]

yeah

(jɛə)
sentence substitute
an informal word for yes

yeah

(yɛə, yæ)

adv., n., interj. Informal.
yes.
[1900–05; variant of yea or yes]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.yeah - not only so, butyeah - not only so, but; "I therein do rejoice, yea, and will rejoice"

yeah

interjection (Informal) yes, sure, okay, aye (Scot. informal), affirmative (formal), uh-huh (slang), ya (S. African), yebo (S. African informal) Yeah, alright, I'll come.

yeah

adverb
Informal. It is so; as you say or ask:
Informal: OK, uh-huh, yep.
Slang: right on.
Translations
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jeejoojuu
ja
やった!
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yeah

[ˈjɛə] advouais

yeah

adv (inf)ja

yeah

[jɛə] adv (fam) →
References in classic literature ?
Have we fo'gotten the waising of the militia in the yeah 'seven?
That's maister, yeah knaw, 'at 's soa up o' going tuh t' grand 'sizes.
PERHAPS one of the most eagerly anticipated bands playing Longitude is American rock band the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Whether she's playing a blood-sucking mosquito, a stranger on a train, a seductive black widow, a war-mongering Martian, a lovable sociopath, a brooding poet or a blushing bride, Yeah Yeah Yeahs' Karen O embodies that character and makes it come to life.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Mosquito IF THE explosion of bands from New York in die early noughties can be likened to Britpop, men Yeah Yeah Yeahs are surely die Blur to The Strokes' Oasis.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Mosquito IF THE explosion of bands from New York in the early noughties can be likened to Britpop, then Yeah Yeah Yeahs are surely the Blur to The Strokes' Oasis.
Mosquito Yeah Yeah Yeahs If the explosion of bands from New York in the early noughties can be likened to Britpop's rock renewal in the Nineties, then Yeah Yeah Yeahs are surely the Blur to The Strokes' Oasis.
They will also be one of the bands of the moment in August as they release their new album Embryonic next year, an 18-track opus, if the advance critical buzz is anything to go by - with guest appearances from the likes of MGMT and Karen O from The Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs O2 ACADEMY, BIRMINGHAM SEXY, innovative, dynamic and relevant - most bands achieve one of these during their entire career if they're lucky.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs, O2 Academy, Newcastle The act of pigeonholing what it is that a band or artist does these days seems to be fairly inevitable when it comes to reviewing music - the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, however, last night's headliners at the O2 Academy, thoroughly defy a succinct description and have me struggling to find a worthwhile comparison.
Arctic Monkeys' Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not' took the fourth spot while Yeah Yeah Yeahs' 'Fever To Tell' rounded off the top five.
KAREN O, of Yeah Yeah Yeahs fame, has composed all the music for forthcoming Spike Jonze kid-flick Where The Wild Things Are.