Definition of y'all in English:


Translate y'all into Spanish


  • You-all.

    ‘I dunno: is this a direction y'all would like to see graphic design and comics go in?’
    • ‘It's an excellent site that I am sure many of y'all will find to be of interest.’
    • ‘Again, I'd like to thank Steve for inviting me aboard and hope that y'all enjoy my posts.’
    • ‘So now that the cable modem's working again I can tell y'all more about the play.’
    • ‘Not even a pounding migraine will keep me from posting bad poetry for y'all.’
    • ‘Hope y'all have a wonderful day and we will talk again sometime soon.’
    • ‘And if y'all didn't know, I have a phone at home now, so you can email me for the number or something.’
    • ‘I have some before pictures too, in underwear only, but I'll be damned if I put them up for y'all to see!’
    • ‘I won't tell you what Yannick argued for, y'all go and read it yourselves, but tell me what you think on the issue.’
    • ‘Have a irie day at work and I will see what y'all have to say later.’
    • ‘I'll try and stop by a cheap internet cafe during the week to see how y'all are doing - I might even drop a few hints.’
    • ‘We'll be celebrating it together in spirit, and at least it'll give y'all an excuse to drink yerselves blind!’
    • ‘And you know, with the amount I cooked, there's more than enough here for all y'all!’
    • ‘Yes, I have stuff that I could discuss, but frankly y'all may find it boring.’
    • ‘So I have a few questions which y'all might be able to answer for me.’
    • ‘Unless y'all are checking it out to see if I've listed your blog, which is bad, because that information is at Blogmarks.’
    • ‘Perhaps I will fisk him (although I suspect y'all would do a better job than me).’
    • ‘Shame you didn't quite make it on to country rock - but y'all come back repeated on BBC3 now, y'hear?’
    • ‘Thank you for your kind thoughts and Happy New Year to y'all.’



/yôl/ /jɔl/