Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1dialect(yes)síaye, aye, sir — a la orden, mi capitán (or almirante etc.)
- Carlis says he doesn't think ‘aye aye’ is a dignified response.
- All the Joint Chiefs except for Barrow had said, aye aye, sir, we'll go over to Congress to testify in favor of eliminating restrictions on women in combat.
- In the Marine Corps, the nautical expression "Aye, Aye, Sir" is used when acknowledging a verbal order.
- Aye, aye captain.
- ‘Aye, aye, master,’ said the man; ‘we are English.’
- So, mind that ye put in water right away, aye and a drop or two of Irish Whiskey will help.
- Oh aye, sorry I was miles away, I'll be right there.
- Oh aye, I miss it, but it's the homework I miss most of all.
2British informal(expression of surprise)ayeaye, what's going on here? — a ver ¿qué pasa aquí?
1siemprefor aye — por siempre jamás
- Ive aye fancied mysel as the Gala Queen.