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you-all

pronoun (also y’all)  us   /juˈɔl, jəˈɔl, jɔl/ regional US
you: Do you-all want some coffee before you leave? Note: You-all is a normal part of polite speech in the southeast of the US, and usually refers to more than one person.
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