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ye

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

ye

determiner uk   /jiː/ old use us  
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
Idioms
Translations of “ye”
in Spanish vos…
in French vous…
in German du, ihr…
in Chinese (Traditional) 你們,汝等…
in Chinese (Simplified) 你们,汝等…
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