Yuck - definition of yuck by The Free Dictionary
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yuck 1 also yuk (yŭk)
Used to express rejection or strong disgust.
yuck 2 (yŭk) Informal
yuck (jʌk) or
slang an exclamation indicating contempt, dislike, or disgust
(used as an expression of disgust or repugnance.)
[1965–70, Amer.; expressive word]
n., v.i., v.t. yucked, yuck•ing. Slang.
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The average 18 to 30-year-old man wears the same pyjamas for 13 nights and young women 17 nights before washing them, according to a recent survey.
don't say or do much, but what they play is well worth hearing.
At lunch I used to have people say yuck
to what I eat.
This makes it simple to get one straw out of the dispenser without getting yuck
on another straw.
Sure, we yuck
it up about lawyers going over cliffs in busloads and lying whenever their lips move.
Testers are encouraged to share with others, compare favorites and go online to rate each flavor on a five-point scale of yuck
Like with Yuck
, the tunes were powerful enough, uplifting enough, melancholic enough to render anything else meaningless.