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ye

pronoun uk   us   /jiː/ old use
a word meaning "you", used when talking to more than one person: Ye cannot serve God and mammon.

ye

determiner uk   us   /jiː/ old use
a word meaning "the", used especially in the names of pubs to make them seem old: a pub in the village called Ye Olde Barn
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Translations of “ye”
in Vietnamese bạn, các bạn…
in Spanish vos…
in Thai คำเก่าของ you…
in Malaysian kau…
in French vous…
in German du, ihr…
in Chinese (Traditional) 你們,汝等…
in Indonesian kau…
in Chinese (Simplified) 你们,汝等…
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