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yacht {n} (slick and light ship)  :: jachta {f}
yachting {n} (physical activity involving boats)  :: jachting {m}
yaffingale {n} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
yaffle {n} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
yaffler {n} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
yak {n} (ox-like mammal)  :: jak {m}
yak {n} (informal, persistent talk, chattering)  :: žvást {m}
Yakut {prop} (language)  :: jakutština {f}
Yakutsk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Jakutsk {m}
Yalta {prop} (city in Crimea)  :: Jalta
yam {n} (potato) SEE: potato  ::
yam {n} (any Dioscorea vine)  :: jam {m}
yam {n} (sweet potato) SEE: sweet potato  ::
Yamagata {prop} (Yamagata, Japan)  :: Jamagata
Yamaguchi {prop} (Yamaguchi, Japan)  :: Jamaguči
Yamal {prop} (a large peninsula in the Russian North)  :: Jamal {m}
Yamanashi {prop} (Yamanashi, Japan)  :: Jamanaši
Yangon {prop} (largest city in Myanmar)  :: Rangún {m}
Yangtze {prop} (river)  :: Jang-c'-ťiang
Yanukovych {prop} (Ukrainian surname)  :: Janukovyč, Janukovič
Yaoundé {prop} (capital of Cameroon)  :: Yaoundé
yard {n} (land around a house)  :: dvůr {m}, dvorek {m}
yard {n} (three feet)  :: yard {m}
yarmulke {n} (Skullcap worn by religious Jewish males)  :: kipa {f}, jarmulka {f}
yarn {n} (fiber strand for knitting or weaving)  :: příze {f}
Yaroslav {prop} (Slavic name)  :: Jaroslav
Yaroslavl {prop} (city)  :: Jaroslavl {m}
yarrow {n} (any of several pungent Eurasian and North American herbs, of the genus Achillea)  :: řebříček
yashmak {n} (a veil worn by Muslim women)  :: niqáb {m}
yawn {v} (open the mouth and take a deep breath)  :: zívat {impf}, zívnout {pf} [semelfactive]
yawn {n} (the action of yawning)  :: zívnutí {n}, zívání {n}
yay {interj} (an expression of happiness)  :: hurá
yeah {particle} (yes)  :: jo, no
year {n} (time it takes for the Earth to complete one revolution around the Sun)  :: rok {m}
year {n} (a period between set dates that mark a year)  :: rok {m}
year {n} (a level or grade at school or college)  :: ročník {m}
yearbook {n} (reference book, published annually)  :: ročenka {f}
yearbook {n} (publication compiled by the graduating class)  :: ročenka {f}
yearly {adj} (happening once every year)  :: roční
yearly {adv} (once a year)  :: ročně
yearning {n} (wistful or melancholy longing)  :: stesk {m}, tesknění {n}, stýskání {n}
-year-old {suffix} (suffix used to indicate the age of something or someone, in terms of years)  :: -letý
year-round {adv} (continuing throughout the year)  :: celoročně
yeasayer {n} (who habitually agrees uncritically)  :: přikyvovač
yeast {n} (fungus)  :: kvasinka {f}
yeast {n} (froth used in medicine, baking and brewing)  :: droždí {n}, kvasnice {f-p}
yeast {n} (cake or dried granules used to make bread dough rise)  :: droždí {n}, kvasnice {f-p}
yeast infection {n} (candidiasis) SEE: candidiasis  ::
Yehudit {prop} (female given name) SEE: Judith  ::
Yekaterinburg {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Jekatěrinburg {m}
yell {v} (shout (verb))  :: řvát, ječet
yellow {adj} (having yellow as its colour)  :: žlutý
yellow {n} (colour)  :: žlutá {f}
yellow card {n} (card in sports)  :: žlutá karta {f}
yellowhammer {n} (a passerine bird, Emberiza citrinella)  :: strnad
yellowish {adj} (somewhat yellow)  :: žlutavý
yellow press {n} (newspapers which publish sensationalist articles)  :: bulvární tisk {m}
Yellow Sea {prop} (Asian sea)  :: Žluté moře {n}
yelp {v} (to utter an abrupt, high-pitched noise)  :: vyjeknout
Yeltsin {prop} (Russian surname)  :: Jelcin
Yemen {prop} (Republic of Yemen)  :: Jemen {m}
Yemeni {n} (A person from Yemen or of Yemeni descent)  :: Jemenec {m}, Jemenka {f}
Yemeni {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Yemen, or the Yemeni people)  :: jemenský
yen {n} (unit of Japanese currency)  :: jen {m}
yen {n} (coin or note of one yen)  :: jen {m}
Yenisei {prop} (river in Russia)  :: Jenisej {m}
yep {n} (informal "yes")  :: jo
Yerevan {prop} (the capital and largest city of Armenia)  :: Jerevan
yermulke {n} (yarmulke) SEE: yarmulke  ::
yes {particle} (word used to indicate agreement or acceptance)  :: ano, jo [colloquial]
yes man {n} (a person who always agrees with his employer or superior)  :: poskok {m}
yesterday {n} (day before today)  :: včerejšek {m}
yesterday {adv} (on the day before today)  :: včera
yesterday night {n} (last night) SEE: last night  ::
yesteryear {n} (last year)  :: loni
yet {adv}  :: ještě
yet {adv} (even) SEE: even  ::
yeti {n} (unidentified animal)  :: yeti {m}, sněžný muž {m}
yew {n} (Taxus baccata)  :: tis {m}
yew {n} (tree or shrub of the genus Taxus)  :: tis {m}
Yiddish {adj} (of or pertaining to the Yiddish language)  :: Jidiš {n}
Yiddish {prop} (language)  :: jidiš {m}
Yiddish {adj} (Hebrew) SEE: Hebrew  ::
Yiddish {prop} (Hebrew) SEE: Hebrew  ::
Yiddish {adj} (Jewish) SEE: Jewish  ::
Yiddish {prop} (Jewish) SEE: Jewish  ::
yield {v} (to give way)  :: dát přednost
yield {v} (to give as required)  :: podřídit se
yield {v} (to produce as return)  :: vynést
yield {v} (to produce as a result)  :: přinést výsledky
yield {n} (quantity of something produced)  :: výnos {m}, [agriculture] úroda {f}
yield curve {n} (relation)  :: výnosová křivka {f}
yielding {adj} (docile)  :: poddajný {m}
yield the ghost {v} (give up the ghost) SEE: give up the ghost  ::
yield up the ghost {v} (give up the ghost) SEE: give up the ghost  ::
Yitzchak {prop} (given name) SEE: Isaac  ::
yodel {v} (to sing in such a way that the voice fluctuates rapidly between the normal chest voice and falsetto)  :: jódlovat
yodel {n} (song)  :: jódlovačka {f}, jódlování {n}
yoga {n} (a Hindu discipline)  :: jóga {f}
yogi {n} (yoga practitioner)  :: jogín {m}
yogini {n} (female yoga practitioner)  :: jogínka {f}
yogurt {n} (a milk-based product thickened by a bacterium-aided curdling process)  :: jogurt {m}
yoke {n} (wooden bar)  :: jařmo {n}
yolk {n} (yellow of egg)  :: žloutek {m}
yonder {adv} (in a distant, indicated place)  :: tam
Yoshkar-Ola {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Joškar-Ola {m}
you {pron} (object pronoun: the group being addressed)  :: vás, vám, vámi
you {pron} (object pronoun: the person being addressed)  :: tebe, tobě, , tebou
you {pron} (subject pronoun: the group being addressed)  :: vy
you {pron} (subject pronoun: the person being addressed)  :: ty, [polite] vy
you {pron} (one)  :: tebe, tobě, , tebou, vás, vám, vámi, člověk {m}
you {determiner} (the individual or group spoken/written to)  :: vy {p}
you {determiner} (used before epithets for emphasis)  :: ty {s}, vy {p}
you {v} (to address using the more formal second-person pronoun)  :: vykat {impf}
you are welcome {phrase} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome  ::
you bet {interj} (you bet (certainly))  :: to si piš, jasně
you can't make an omelette without breaking eggs {proverb} (you've got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette) SEE: you've got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette  ::
you can't teach an old dog new tricks {proverb} (too old to change)  :: starého psa novým kouskům nenaučíš
you have beautiful eyes {phrase} (you have beautiful eyes)  :: máte krásné oči
you have the advantage of me {phrase} (what is your name) SEE: what is your name  ::
young {adj} (in the early part of life or growth)  :: mladý {m}
younger {adj} (in an earlier period of life)  :: mladší
youngest {adj} (superlative form of young)  :: nejmladší
your {determiner} (belonging to you (singular; one owner))  :: tvůj, váš [formal]
your {determiner} (belonging to you (plural; more owners))  :: váš
you're welcome {phrase} (reply to thanks)  :: není zač, prosím, rádo se stalo, za málo
your mileage may vary {acronym} (it may work differently for you)  :: možná to máte jinak
your mileage may vary {acronym} (this is just my opinion)  :: myslím si aspoň já, proti gustu
yourself {pron} ((reflexive) your own self)  :: se, sebe
yourself {pron} (you, used emphatically)  :: sám, samotný
yours faithfully {adj} (a polite formula to end letters)  :: s pozdravem
your wish is my command {phrase} (what you wish for I will effect as if it were a command)  :: tvé přání je mi rozkazem
youth {n} (quality or state of being young)  :: mládí {n}
youth {n} (part of life following childhood)  :: mládí {n}
youth {n} (young person)  :: mladistvý
youth {n} (young man)  :: mladík {m}
youth {n} (young persons, collectively)  :: mládež {f}
youthful {adj} (characteristic of young people)  :: mladický
you've got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette {proverb} (phrase)  :: když se kácí les, létají třísky
you've got to laugh {phrase} (phrase)  :: tomu se člověk musí smát
yo-yo {n} (toy)  :: jojo {n}
ytterbium {n} (chemical element)  :: ytterbium
yttrium {n} (chemical element)  :: yttrium
yuan {n} (basic unit of money in China)  :: jüan
Yucatán {prop} (a penisula in southeast Mexico)  :: Yucatán
yuck {interj} (uttered to indicate disgust)  :: fuj
Yugoslav {adj} (Yugoslavian) SEE: Yugoslavian  ::
Yugoslav {n} (Yugoslavian) SEE: Yugoslavian  ::
Yugoslavia {prop} (former country in the Balkans)  :: Jugoslávie {f}
Yugoslavian {adj} (of or relating to Yugoslavia)  :: jugoslávský
Yugoslavian {n} (a native of Yugoslavia)  :: Jugoslávec {m}
Yule log {n} (log burned on Christmas Eve)  :: vánoční poleno {m}
yum {adj} (indication of delight)  :: mňam
yummy {adj} (delicious)  :: lahodný, výtečný
Yunnan {prop} (a province in China)  :: Jün-nan
yup {interj} ((informal) yes)  :: jo
yurt {n} (large, round tent with vertical walls and conical roof)  :: jurta {f}
yus {n} (name of the old Cyrillic letter)  :: jus {m}
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Južno-Sachalinsk {m}
Yvette {prop} (female given name)  :: Iveta {f}
Yvonne {prop} (female given name)  :: Ivona {f}