yippee


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yip·pee

 (yĭp′ē)
interj. Informal
Used to express joy or elation.

yippee

(jɪˈpiː)
interj
an exclamation of joy, pleasure, anticipation, etc

yip•pee

(ˈyɪp i, ˈyɪpˈi)

interj.
(used as an exclamation to express joy, exultation, or the like.)
[1910–15, Amer.; of uncertain orig.]
Translations
heihossa

yippee

[jɪˈpiː] EXCLyupi

yippee

[ˌjɪˈpiː] exclyoupi

yippee

interjjuchhu, hurra

yippee

[jɪˈpiː] excl (fam) → hurrà!
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