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yet

adverb   /jet/
A2 before now or before that time aún, ya Have you read his book yet? ‘Has he called?’ ‘No, not yet.’
A2 now or as early as this time aún, ya I don’t want to go home yet.
the best, worst, etc. yet
the best, worst, etc. until now el mejor, peor, etc. hasta ahora That was my worst exam yet.
conjunction   /jet/
B1 used to connect two words, phrases, or clauses when the second part adds something surprising to the first part pero Her solution was simple yet effective. The price of the house was low, yet no one wanted to buy it.
(Definition of yet from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

yet

adverb /jet/
up till now todavía, aún He hasn’t called me yet Have you finished yet? We’re not yet ready.
used for emphasis aún He’s made yet another mistake I found yet more mistakes in the report.
(with a comparative adjective) even aún, todavía a yet more terrible experience.
as yet
up to the time referred to, usually the present hasta ahora I haven’t had a book published as yet.
(Definition of yet from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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