yum


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yum

 (yŭm)
interj.
1. Used to express appreciation of or eagerness for a tasty food or beverage.
2. Used to express appreciation for something attractive or to express eagerness for a pleasurable experience.

[Imitative.]

yum

(jʌm)
interj
a variant of yummy

yum-yum

(ˈyʌmˈyʌm)

also yum



interj.
(used to express enjoyment or satisfaction, esp. in the taste of food.)
[1880–85]
Translations

yum

[jʌm] EXCL yum yum!¡ñam ñam!

yum

[ˈjʌm] exclmiam
yum yum → miam-miam
References in classic literature ?
Gow Yum, twenty years before, had had charge of the vegetable garden of one of the great Menlo Park estates.
When old Gow Yum needed to go to San Francisco to sign certain papers before the Chinese Consul, permission had first to be obtained from San Quentin.
Paul, Gow Yum, and Chan Chi were to be paid was beyond him.
An' go ahead an' borrow that four hundred from Gow Yum.
This transaction marks another step in executing Yum China's strategy to accelerate growth through digital and delivery by building know-how and expertise in this growing segment.
46% below the closing price per share of Yum China's common stock on 9 December 2016, the last trading day before the offer was commenced.
Brum Yum Yum (BYY) founder Duncan Stanley said: "This news should get everyone's juices flowing - we're about to shake up the city
The case was assigned to a magistrate judge who concluded that the summons should be enforced on the ground that the documents were created to assist Yum in connection with preparation of its tax return in case the IRS asserted penalties on audit.
HAVE you ever wondered why we say yum when we taste a nice flavour or refer to anything as yummy?
Yum Yums and Twists are already available on the High Streets although the Claw is much rarer.
The bid, though, first needs to be greenlighted by the country's ministry of commerce (MOFCOM) and all other regulatory bodies, Yum said.