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yobnoun [C]

uk   /jɒb/  us   /jɑːb/ (also yobbo, uk   /jɒb.əʊ/  us   /ˈjɑː.boʊ/ ) UK informal
a ​young man who ​behaves in a very ​rude, ​offensive, and sometimes ​violent way: a ​gang of loud-mouthed yobs
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