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yuck

Definition of yuck

  1. variant of yuk




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yuck

interjection \ˈyək\

Simple Definition of yuck

  • —used to express disgust

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of yuck

  1. —used to express rejection or disgust <looked at the meal I had prepared and said “yuck, I hate that”>

Examples of yuck in a sentence

  1. <yuck, I really hate brussels sprouts>



1966

First Known Use of yuck

1966

Variants of yuck

also

yuk

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