yeah

yeah

[yai]
adverb Informal.

Origin:
1900–05; variant of yea or yes

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yeah (jɛə)
 
sentence substitute
an informal word for yes

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yeah
Amer.Eng., colloquial, 1905, from drawling pronunciation of yes.
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yeah definition

[ˈjæə] or [ˈjæɔ]
  1. interj.
    yes. LEFTY: You okay? BRUNO: Yeah. LEFTY: Yeah? BRUNO: Yeah! I said yeah! Did you hear me say yeah? :
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