Definition of 'you'
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This gives you a real sense of freedom. The Sun (2017)You need a person to give you the possibility to play. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It is tough to win games when you concede two penalties and get a man sent off! The Sun (2016)What is less certain is whether you will know about him from his paintings. Times, Sunday Times (2017)You worry about going out alone and what other people think of you. The Sun (2016)Go out into the real world where you can meet a genuine partner. The Sun (2016)You might be amazed by a person flirting with you yet it soon turns to love. The Sun (2016)Not that you would know from watching the colliery at work that it was condemned. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You want your sole focus to be on the people you are showing around. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You also have two current accounts and like being able to choose which one to pay your cheque into. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The increase in real income causes you to purchase fewer greeting cards. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice (1995)Which person do you most admire admire? Times, Sunday Times (2011)Make sure you talk to two or three companies before deciding. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You see people doing it in our stores. Times, Sunday Times (2015)What you think of as hardships at the time can actually make you a better person. Times, Sunday Times (2010)English football could learn a thing or two from you. The Sun (2011)Make sure you have at least thirty minutes when you know you will be free of interruption. Healthy By Nature (1994) You know what people who go to the theatre are like. The Sun (2012)What do you call a person who conducts himself like that? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Can you give two examples from your own life? Exploring language (6th edn) (1995)How could you know anything of the matter? The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892)The way you assess people gives you the edge when there are deals to be done. The Sun (2014)Think whether she is really the sort of person you want as a close friend. The Sun (2013)But you have no right to demand that as you two are apart now. The Sun (2015)It helps you understand what you are asking people to do. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You set yourself clear goals and make real progress now you trust your judgement and rely less on others. The Sun (2014)You get real extremes of character. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's as close to playing the real thing as you could expect on a console game. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'you'
British English: you /juː; jʊ/ PRONOUN
You means the person or people that someone is talking or writing to.
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- American English: you
- Arabic: أَنْتَ
- Brazilian Portuguese: você
- Chinese: 您
- Croatian: ti
- Czech: vy
- Danish: du
- Dutch: jij
- European Spanish: tú
- Finnish: sinä tai te
- French: tu
- German: du
- Greek: εσύ
- Italian: tu
- Japanese: あなたは
- Korean: 당신
- Norwegian: du
- Polish: ty
- European Portuguese: você
- Romanian: tu
- Russian: вы
- Spanish: usted
- Swedish: du
- Thai: ท่าน พวกท่าน
- Turkish: sen
- Ukrainian: ти
- Vietnamese: bạn
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