Found 230 phrases starting with Y:


yes to deathTo agree with someone, often sarcastically.Rate it:
yes-manA person of unquestioning obedience.Rate it:
YGMInitialism of you've got mail : used to inform someone that an e-mail message has been sent to them.Rate it:
YGTRInitialism of you got that right.Rate it:
YGWYPFInitialism of you get what you pay for.Rate it:
YHBTInitialism of you have been trolled : a response to someone who is "feeding a troll".Rate it:
YHBWInitialism of you have been warned.Rate it:
YHJBTSynonym of YHBT : you have just been trolled.Rate it:
yield the ghostTo give up the ghost.Rate it:
yield upTo give something against one's will.Rate it:
yield upTo disclose something hidden.Rate it:
YIMBYInitialism of yes, in many backyards.Rate it:
YIMBYInitialism of yes, in my backyard.Rate it:
YKINMKInitialism of your kink is not my kink : an acknowledgement that people have different sexual preferencesRate it:
YMBJInitialism of you must be joking.Rate it:
YMMVInitialism of your mileage may vary.Rate it:
ymtsInitialism of you mean to say.Rate it:
YOAbbreviation of years old.Rate it:
YoBAlternative spelling of YOBRate it:
yoke togetherTo unite, or join, or combine.Rate it:
YOLOyou only live once, i.e. expressing the view that one should make the most of the present moment.Rate it:
yoloAlternative letter-case form of YOLORate it:
YOMInitialism of you owe me.Rate it:
yonThat over there; of something distant, but within sight.Rate it:
you allAlternative form of all of you. Plural form of you, including everyone being addressed.Rate it:
you allPlural form of you or singular formal form of you.Rate it:
you and what armyAlternative form of you and whose armyRate it:
you and whose armyUsed in response to someone’s threat suggesting that the person in question cannot do what she or he says alone.Rate it:
you and whose army%3fYou can't do all that on your own.Rate it:
you are welcomeyou're welcomeRate it:
you are what you eatIf you eat well, you will be well; but if you eat badly you will feel badRate it:
you ask me, I ask whoI don't know, how should I knowRate it:
you attract more flies with honey than vinegarAlternative form of you can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.Rate it:
you beautyAn exclamation of joy or enthusiasm, often said in response to a player taking a specky or kicking a great goal.Rate it:
you beautyA general exclamation of happiness and joy.Rate it:
you betCertainly; you're welcome; a reply to thank you or to a request.Rate it:
you betExpresses support, agreement, certainty or emphasis.Rate it:
you call thisUsed to indicate that something is unsatisfactory, inadequate, substandard.Rate it:
you can bank on itTo be so sure of something that one can trust.Rate it:
you can catch more flies with honey than with vinegarIt's easier to persuade others with polite requests and a positive attitude than with rude demands and negativity.Rate it:
you can hang your hat on thatIt's something to put faith in, to rely upon or trust (when used in a positive connotation).Rate it:
you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drinkYou can show someone how to do something, but you can't make them do it.Rate it:
you can put lipstick on a pig, but it is still a pigYou can try to change something or one's outward appearance, but it will not change the inward appearance. Even if you put lipstick on a pig, it will always roll in mud and grunt.Rate it:
you can say that againThat is very true.Rate it:
you can't always get what you wantIt is not always possible to get what is wanted.Rate it:
you can't be half pregnantSaid of an either-or situation; there are only two available choices.Rate it:
you can't educate porkWhen somebody won't listen to reason.Rate it:
you can't fight city hall(chiefly US) Nothing can be done to change the situation, because it is a governmental decision.I see they're going to build the airport after all. I suppose you can't fight city hall.Rate it:
you can't get a quart into a pint potWhat is being discussed is not possible.They've asked me to get to New York by five o'clock, but you can't get a quart into a pint pot!Rate it:
you can't judge a book by its coverIt is not possible to make reliable judgments about things or people by considering external appearances alone.Rate it:

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