yuk

yuk

1 [yuhk] Slang.
noun
1.
a loud, hearty laugh.
2.
a joke evoking such a laugh.
verb (used without object), verb (used with object), yukked, yukking.
3.
to laugh or joke: The audience really yukked it up at the movie.
Also, yuck, yock, yok, yak.


Origin:
imitative

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yuk

2 [yuhk]
interjection
(used in repetition to indicate pleasure or amused malice.)

yuk

3 [yuhk]
interjection Slang.
yuck1.
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yuck or yuk (jʌk)
 
interj
slang an exclamation indicating contempt, dislike, or disgust
 
yuk or yuk
 
interj

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yack definition

[jæk] and [jɔk, jək]
and yock; yuck; yuk
  1. n.
    a foolish person. : Who's the yock wearing the red bandana?
  2. n.
    idle chatter. : I've heard enough yack to last me a lifetime.

  3. Go to yak. :
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yuck definition

[jək]
and yuk
  1. n.
    someone or something disgusting. (Also a term of address.) : I don't want any of that yuck on my plate!
  2. exclam.
    Horrible! (Usually Yuck!) : Oh, yuck! Get that horrible thing out of here!
  3. n.
    a joke. : Come on! Chill out! It was just a yuck.

  4. Go to yack. :
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