yech

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yech

or yecch  (yĕKH, yŭKH, yĕk)
interj.
Used to express contempt or disgust.

[Imitative.]
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yech

(jɛk; jɛx) or

yecch

interj
informal US an exclamation of disgust
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yuck1

(yʌk)

interj. Slang.
(used as an expression of disgust or repugnance.)
[1965–70, Amer.; expressive word]

yuck2

(yʌk)

n., v.i., v.t. yucked, yuck•ing. Slang.
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First feature of Catalan painter Martin Garrido Baron, shot in 2004 when he was only 21, is an immaculately lensed serial killer scarefest that reaches a yecchy climax halfway through and spends the rest of the time trying to equal it.