- non-standard spelling of you, used to represent a pronunciation
- ‘see ya later’
- ‘When ya coming to visit???’
- ‘So are ya coming? I mean we need a commitment here.’
- non-standard spelling of your, used to represent a pronunciation
A person in their teens or early twenties, especially as a consumer of fiction, films, television programmes, etc.‘comics aimed at both YAs and younger readers’
- ‘Mockingjay is the final installment in the best-selling YA trilogy.’
- ‘Ultimate Spider-Man is very much a teen story, a YA comic before YA became a thing.’
- ‘YA adaptations have, on average, tended to see a drop of around 55 percent, but there is some variance among series.’
- ‘Are books the perfect way for teens and YAs to explore issues and the questions they have?’
- ‘YAs reported symptom severity, symptom interference, and variations over time that were distinct from older patients.’
Denoting or relating to fiction, films, television programmes, etc., intended or suitable for people in their teens or early twenties.
- ‘contemporary YA fiction’
1970s short for young adult.