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Meaning of “yeah” - Learner’s Dictionary

yeah

exclamation     /jeə/ informal spoken
A2 yes: Yeah, I agree.Yes, no and not
Translations of “yeah”
in Arabic نَعَم, أجَل…
in Korean 아!, 응!…
in Malaysian ya…
in Turkish (ünlem) evet…
in Italian sì…
in Russian да…
in Polish taa, aha…
in Vietnamese ừ, vâng, đúng…
in Spanish sí…
in Portuguese sim…
in Thai ใช่…
in Catalan sí…
in Japanese うん(”yes” の話し言葉)…
in Indonesian ya…
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