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you

Definitions by Oxford


[juː], (Pronoun)

Definitions:
- used to refer to the person or people that the speaker is addressing
(e.g: are you listening?)

- used to refer to any person in general
(e.g: after a while, you get used to it)


Phrases:
- you and yours

Origin:
Old English ēow, accusative and dative of gē (see ye), of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch u and German euch. During the 14th century you began to replace ye, thou, and thee; by the 17th century it had become the ordinary second person pronoun for any number and case







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