yuck

1
[ yuhk ]
/ yʌk /

interjection Slang.

(used as an expression of disgust or repugnance): Yuck, it's spinach again!

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Origin of yuck

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An Americanism dating back to 1965–70; expressive word

Definition for yuck (2 of 3)

yuck2
[ yuhk ]
/ yʌk /

noun, verb (used with or without object) Slang.

Definition for yuck (3 of 3)

yuk1

or yuck, yock, yok, yak

[ yuhk ]
/ yʌk /
Slang.

noun

a loud, hearty laugh.
a joke evoking such a laugh.

verb (used with or without object), yukked, yuk·king.

to laugh or joke: The audience really yukked it up at the movie.

Origin of yuk

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imitative
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British Dictionary definitions for yuck

yuck

yuk

/ (jʌk) /

interjection

slang an exclamation indicating contempt, dislike, or disgust
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