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-y {suffix} (forming diminutive nouns)  :: -ик {m}, -ок {m}, -ек {m}, -ёк {m}, -ка {f}, -ко {n}, -це, -цо
-y {suffix} (having the quality of)  :: -ий, -ый, -ивый
-y {suffix} (inclined to)  :: -ий, -ый, -ивый
ya {n} (a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet "Я/я")  :: я {n}
yaa {n} (Arabic letter)  :: йа {n}
yacht {n} /jɑt/ (slick and light ship)  :: яхта {f}
yachter {n} /ˈjɒtər/ (one who sails in yachts)  :: яхтсмен {m}, яхтсменка {f}
yachtsman {n} (man who sails a yacht)  :: яхтсмен {m}
yachtswoman {n} (woman who sails a yacht)  :: яхтсменка {f}
Yacoubian {prop} (Yacoubian)  :: Якубян
yadda {interj} (yada yada yada) SEE: yada yada yada  ::
Yael {prop} (female given name) SEE: Jael  ::
yaffingale {n} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
yaffle {n} /ˈjafl̩/ (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
yaffler {n} (green woodpecker) SEE: green woodpecker  ::
Yaghoubian {prop} (Yaghoubian)  :: Ягубян
Yagnobi {prop} (language)  :: ягнобский
Yahoo! {prop} (a popular web portal)  :: Яху! {m}, Яху {m}
Yahweh {prop} (Jehovah) SEE: Jehovah  ::
Yahweh {prop} /ˈjɑːˌweɪ/ (personal name of God)  :: Яхве {m} /Jáxvɛ/
Yair {prop} /jaʔir/ (male given name) SEE: Jair  ::
yak {n} /jæk/ (ox-like mammal)  :: як {m}
Yakut {prop} (language)  :: якутский {m}
Yakutia {prop} (Sakha) SEE: Sakha  ::
Yakutsk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Якутск {m}
yakuza {n} /jəˈkuːzə/ (Japanese organized crime gang)  :: якудза {m}, гокудо {m}
yakuza {n} (member of a Japanese organized crime gang)  :: якудза {m}, гокудо {m}
Yale {prop} /jeɪl/ (university)  :: Йельский университет {m}
Yale {prop} (romanisation scheme)  :: йельская романизация {f}
y'all {pron} /jɔl/ (plural of you)  :: вы
Yalta {prop} (city in Crimea)  :: Ялта {f}
yam {n} /jæm/ (any Dioscorea vine)  :: ямс {m}
yam {n} (potato) SEE: potato  ::
yam {n} (sweet potato) SEE: sweet potato  ::
Yama {prop} (The Hindu lord of death, who rides a buffalo)  :: Яма {m}
Yamagata {prop} (Yamagata, Japan)  :: Ямагата {f}
Yamaguchi {prop} (Yamaguchi, Japan)  :: Ямагути {m} {f}
Yamal {prop} (a large peninsula in the Russian North)  :: Ямал {m}
Yamalia {prop} (a federal subject of Russia)  :: Ямалия {f}
Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug {prop} (an autonomous okrug in Russia)  :: Ямало-Ненецкий автономный округ {m}
Yamanashi {prop} (Yamanashi, Japan)  :: Яманаси {f}
Yamato {prop} (ancient name for Japan)  :: Ямато {f}
yammer {n} (One who yammers)  :: нытик {m}
yammer {n} (The act or noise of yammering)  :: нытьё {n}
yammer {v} /ˈjæm.ɚ/ (to complain peevishly)  :: ныть
Yamoussoukro {prop} /ˌjɑːmuˈsuːkroʊ/ (official capital of Côte d'Ivoire)  :: Ямусукро {m}
Yandex {prop} /ˈjan.dɛks/ (Yandex (in other scripts, the trademark may also be written in Roman letters))  :: Яндекс {m} /Jándɛks/
yang {n} /jeɪŋ/ (essential male principle)  :: ян {m} {n}
Yangon {prop} /jæŋˈɡɑn]/ (largest city in Myanmar)  :: Янгон {m}, Рангун {m}
Yangtze {prop} /ˈjæŋ(t)si/ (river)  :: Янцзы {f}, Чанцзян {m}
Yangtze dolphin {n} (baiji) SEE: baiji  ::
Yangtze River dolphin {n} (baiji) SEE: baiji  ::
Yangzhou {prop} (a prefecture-level city in northern China)  :: Янчжоу {m}
yank {n} /jæŋk/ (A sudden, vigorous pull)  :: рывок {m}, дёрганье {n}
yank {v} (to pull something with a quick, strong action)  :: дёргать, вырывать
Yankee {n} /ˈjeɪŋk.i/ (native or inhabitant of the Northern USA)  :: янки {m} {f}
Yankee {n} (native or inhabitant of the USA)  :: янки {m} {f}, [derogatory] пиндос {m}, америкос {m}
Yantai {prop} (a city of China)  :: Яньтай {m}
Yanukovych {prop} (Ukrainian surname)  :: Янукович {m} {f}
Yao {prop} (ethnic group in Africa)  :: яо {m} {f}
Yao {prop} (ethnic group in China)  :: яо {m} {f}
yaoi {n} /jaʊi/ (form of hentai involving two or more males in a homosexual relationship)  :: яой {m}
Yaoundé {prop} (capital of Cameroon)  :: Яунде {m} /Jaundɛ/
yap {n} /jæp/ (high-pitched bark)  :: тяв-тяв {n}, тявканье {n}
yap {v} (of a small dog, to bark in a non-growly manner)  :: тявкать {impf}, тявкнуть {pf}
yap {v} (slang: to talk, especially excessively)  :: болтать {impf}, трепаться {impf}
Yap {prop} (an island in the Caroline Islands of western Micronesia)  :: Яп
yard {n} /jɑːd/ (land around a house)  :: двор {m}, дворик {m}
yard {n} (nautical: tapered timber from which square sails hang)  :: рея {f}
yard {n} (three feet)  :: ярд {m}
yardarm {n} (outer end of a yard)  :: нок-рея {f}
yardbird {n} /ˈjɑɹd.bɝd/ (person who is imprisoned)  :: заключённый {m}, узник {m}
yardstick {n} (standard to which other measurements or comparisons are judged)  :: аршин {m}, мерка {f}, мерило {n}
yare {adj} (ready, prepared)  :: готовый {m}, подготовленный {m}
Yaren {prop} (largest town of Nauru)  :: Ярен
yarmulke {n} /ˈjɑɹməlkə/ (Skullcap worn by religious Jewish males)  :: ермолка {f}, кипа {f}
yarn {n} /jɑɹn/ (fiber strand for knitting or weaving)  :: пряжа {f}
yarn {n} (story)  :: байка {f}, небылица {f}
yarn {v} (To tell a story)  :: рассказывать байку
Yaroslav {prop} (Slavic name)  :: Ярослав {m}
Yaroslavl {prop} (city)  :: Ярославль {m}
yarrow {n} /ˈjæɹoʊ/ (any of several pungent Eurasian and North American herbs, of the genus Achillea)  :: тысячелистник {m}
yasak {n} (tribute)  :: ясак
yashmak {n} (a veil worn by Muslim women)  :: чадра {f}, яшмак {m}, вуаль {f}, никаб {m}
Yassy {prop} (town in Romania)  :: Яссы
yat {n} (an obsolete letter of the Cyrillic alphabet "Ѣ/ѣ")  :: ять {m}
yataghan {n} /ˈjætəɡæn/ (type of sword)  :: ятаган {m}
yautia {n} (cocoyam) SEE: cocoyam  ::
yaw {n} /jɔː/ (The rotation of an aircraft, ship, or missile about its vertical axis so as to cause the longitudinal axis of the aircraft, ship, or missile to deviate from the flight line or heading in its horizontal plane)  :: поворот вокруг вертикальной оси, рысканье {n}
yaw {n} (The angle between the longitudinal axis of a projectile at any moment and the tangent to the trajectory in the corresponding point of flight of the projectile)  :: угол рысканья {n}
yawl {n} /jɔːl/ (sailing vessel)  :: ял {m}, йол {m}, шлюпка {f}
yawn {n} (the action of yawning)  :: зевание {n}, зевота {f}, зевок {m}
yawn {v} /jɔn/ (open the mouth and take a deep breath)  :: зевать {impf}, зевнуть {pf} [semelfactive]
yawn {v} (to present a wide opening)  :: зиять {impf}
yay {interj} /jeɪ/ (an expression of happiness)  :: ура
Yazdegerd {prop} (given name)  :: Йездегерд, Йездигерд
Yazgulyam {prop} (language)  :: язгулямский
Yazidi {n} (member of a Kurdish-speaking people of northern Iraq, whose religion is Yazidism)  :: езид
yeah {adv} (expressing joy)  :: да!, ура!, э-гей!
yeah {adv} /jɛə̯]/ (yes)  :: ага, ага /ahá/, угу, угу /uhú/, так, ну
yeah, right {interj} (sarcasm to express disbelief)  :: ага, конечно
yeanling {n} (the newly born offspring of a goat or sheep)  :: козлёнок {m} [goat], ягнёнок {m} [sheep]
year {n} (a Julian year)  :: год {m}
year {n} (a level or grade at school or college)  :: класс {m} at school, курс {m} at college or university
year {n} (a period between set dates that mark a year)  :: год {m}
year {n} (a scheduled part of a calendar year spent in a specific activity)  :: год {m}
year {n} /jɪɹ/ (time it takes for the Earth to complete one revolution of the Sun)  :: год {m}, лет {gen. pl.}, лето {n} [poetic or with certain numerals and cases], година {f} [poetic]
year {n} (time it takes for any planetary body to make one revolution around another body)  :: год {m}
yearbook {n} (reference book, published annually)  :: ежегодник {m}
year in, year out {adv} (during every year)  :: из года в год
yearly {adj} (happening once every year)  :: ежегодный
yearly {adv} (once a year)  :: ежегодно
yearly {n} (something that is published once a year)  :: ежегодник {m}
yearn {v} (to have a strong desire; to long)  :: скучать, тосковать, жаждать, стремиться
yearning {n} (wistful or melancholy longing)  :: тяга {f}, склонность {f}, стремление {n}, тоска {f} [sadness]
year of our Lord {adj} (anno Domini)  :: нашей эры
-year-old {suffix} (suffix used to indicate the age of something or someone, in terms of years)  :: -летний
year-over-year {adj} (compared with the same period in the previous year)  :: в годовом исчислении
yeasayer {n} /ˈjeɪ.ˌseɪ.ɚ/ (who habitually agrees uncritically)  :: подхалим {m}, подпевала {m} {f}
yeast {n} (cake or dried granules used to make bread dough rise)  :: дрожжи {f-p}
yeast {n} (froth used in medicine, baking and brewing)  :: дрожжи {f-p}
yeast {n} /jiːst/ (fungus)  :: дрожжи {f-p}
yeast infection {n} (candidiasis) SEE: candidiasis  ::
Yefrem {prop} (given name)  :: Ефрем
yegg {n} (a person who breaks open safes; a burglar)  :: взломщик {m}
Yehuda {prop} (male given name) SEE: Judah  ::
Yehudit {prop} (female given name) SEE: Judith  ::
Yekaterinburg {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Екатеринбург {m}
Yekaterinburg {prop} (Sverdlovsk) SEE: Sverdlovsk  ::
Yekaterinodar {prop} (former name of Krasnodar)  :: Екатеринодар {m}
Yelena {prop} (Russian female name)  :: Елена {f}
Yelisei {prop} (given name)  :: Елисей
Yelizaveta {prop} (given name)  :: Елизавета
yell {v} /jɛl/ (shout (verb))  :: кричать, орать, вопить
yell at {v} (to scold by yelling)  :: накричать {pf}, наорать {pf}
yellow {adj} /ˈjɛ.ləʊ/ (having yellow as its colour)  :: жёлтый
yellow {adj} (lacking courage)  :: трусливый
yellow {n} (colour)  :: жёлтый
yellow {v} (to become yellow or more yellow)  :: желтеть {impf}, пожелтеть {pf}
yellow-bellied {adj} (of an animal or reptile having a yellow underside or belly)  :: желтобрюхий
yellow-bellied {adj} (uncourageous, cowardly)  :: трусливый
yellow-billed loon {n} (Gavia adamsii)  :: белоклювая гагара {f}
yellow card {n} /ˈjɛl.oʊ ˌkɑɹd/ (card in sports)  :: жёлтая карточка {f}, горчичник {m} [slang]
yellow fever {n} (illness)  :: жёлтая лихорадка {f}, амариллез {m}
yellowfin tuna {n} (edible species of tuna)  :: желтопёрый тунец {m}, желтохвостый тунец {m}
yellow-green {adj} (colour)  :: жёлто-зелёный
yellow hammer {n} (curve ball) SEE: curve ball  ::
yellowhammer {n} (a native or resident of the American state of Alabama)  :: штат золотистого дятла
yellowhammer {n} (a passerine bird, Emberiza citrinella)  :: овсянка обыкновенная
yellowish {adj} /ˈjelɔʊɪʃ/ (somewhat yellow)  :: желтоватый
yellow jersey {n} (shirt worn by the leader in the Tour de France)  :: жёлтая майка {f}
Yellowknife {prop} (capital of the Northwest Territories, Canada)  :: Йеллоунайф {m}, Йеллоунайф {m}
yellowlegs {n} (birds of genus Tringa)  :: улит {m}
yellow light {n} (traffic light between the green light and the red light)  :: жёлтый свет {m}
yellowness {n} (state or quality of being yellow)  :: желтизна {f}
yellow peril {n} (perceived threat from East Asia)  :: жёлтая угроза {f}, жёлтая опасность {f}
yellow press {n} (newspapers which publish sensationalist articles)  :: жёлтая пресса {f}, бульварная пресса {f}
yellow rattle {n} (Rhinanthus minor)  :: погремок малый {m}
Yellow Sea {prop} (Asian sea)  :: Жёлтое море {n}
yellow-throated marten {n} (Martes flavigula)  :: харза, желтогрудая куница
yellow warbler {n} (Setophaga petechia)  :: жёлтая древесница {f}, золотистый лесной певун {m}
yelp {n} (an abrupt, high-pitched noise or utterance)  :: визг {m}, визжание {n}
yelp {v} (to utter an abrupt, high-pitched noise)  :: визжать {impf}, скулить {impf}
Yeltsin {prop} /ˈjeltsɪn/ (Russian surname )  :: Ельцин {m}
Yemen {prop} /ˈjɛmən/ (Republic of Yemen)  :: Йемен {m} /Jémɛn/
Yemen Arab Republic {prop} (former country)  :: Йеменская Арабская Республика
Yemeni {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Yemen, or the Yemeni people)  :: йеменский
Yemeni {n} (A person from Yemen or of Yemeni descent)  :: йеменец {m}, йеменка {f}, йеменит {m} /rare/, йеменитка {f} [rare]
yen {n} (coin or note of one yen)  :: иена {f}
yen {n} /jɛn/ (unit of Japanese currency)  :: иена {f}
Yenakiyeve {prop} (city)  :: Енакиево {m}
Yenakiyevo {prop} (Yenakiyeve) SEE: Yenakiyeve  ::
Yenisei {prop} (river in Russia)  :: Енисей {m}
Yeniseian {adj} (Proto-Yeniseian) SEE: Proto-Yeniseian  ::
yeoman {n} /ˈjoʊ.mən/ (small freeholder)  :: йомен {m}
yeoman {n} (Yeoman Warder) SEE: Yeoman Warder  ::
yep {n} /jɛp/ (informal "yes")  :: ага /agá, ahá/, угу /ugú, uhú/, так, ну
Yeraskh {prop} (historical name of Araks)  :: Ерасх
Yeraskh {prop} (town in the Ararat province of the Republic of Armenia)  :: Ерасх
Yerazgavors {prop} (a village or town in the Ayrarat province of ancient Armenia)  :: Еразгаворс
Yeremei {prop} (given name)  :: Еремей
Yerevan {prop} /ˌjeɹəˈvɑːn/ (the capital and largest city of Armenia)  :: Ереван {m}
Yerevanian {adj} (of Yerevan)  :: ереванский
Yerevanian {n} (someone from Yerevan)  :: ереванец {m}, ереванка {f}
yermulke {n} (yarmulke) SEE: yarmulke  ::
yery {n} (a letter of the Cyrillic alphabet "Ы/ы")  :: ы {n}, еры {n} [obsolete]
yes {interj} (expression of pleasure, joy or great excitement)  :: да!
yes {n} (answer that shows agreement or acceptance)  :: да {m}
yes {particle} (word used to indicate agreement or acceptance)  :: да, так
yes {particle} (word used to indicate disagreement or dissent in reply to a negative statement)  :: ещё как, наоборот, напротив
yes and no {phrase} (indicating there is no simple "yes" or "no" answer)  :: и да и нет
yeshiva {n} /jəˈʃiː.və/ (academy for the advanced study of Jewish texts)  :: ешива {f}, иешива {f}
yes man {n} (a person who always agrees with his employer or superior)  :: сикофант {m}, подхалим {m}, лизоблюд {m}, подпевала {m} {f}
yes-man {n} (Noun)  :: подпевала
yes-no question {n} (type of question)  :: общий вопрос {m}, вопрос, требующий ответа «да» или «нет» {m}
yessir {interj} (used to express assent, especially to a superior)  :: есть, так точно, слушаюсь [dated]
yesterday {adv} (on the day before today)  :: вчера
yesterday {n} /ˈjɛstɚdeɪ/ (day before today)  :: вчера
yesterday night {n} (last night) SEE: last night  ::
yestern {n} (yesterday)  :: вчерашний {m}
yesteryear {n} /ˈjɛstəjɪə/ (last year)  :: в прошлом году
yet {adv} (at some future time)  :: ещё, вскоре
yet {adv} (continuously up to this point in time)  :: до сих пор, все ещё /vsjo ješčó/, пока ещё, ещё
yet {adv} (even) SEE: even  ::
yet {adv} (in addition)  :: ещё
yet {adv} /jɛt/ (thus far)  :: до сих пор, всё ещё /vsjo ješčó/, пока ещё, пока что /poká što/, ещё, пока
yet {adv}  :: ещё; всё ещё /still/; вскоре /some time in future/
yet {conj} (nevertheless; however)  :: но, однако, всё же, тем не менее, всё-таки
yeti {n} /ˈjɛ.ti/ (unidentified animal)  :: йети {m} [indeclinable], снежный человек {m}, бигфут {m}
Yevgeny {prop} (given name)  :: Евгений {m}
Yevpatoria {prop} (resort city)  :: Евпатория {f}
yew {adj} (made from the wood of the yew tree)  :: тисовый
yew {n} /juː/ (Taxus baccata)  :: тис {m}
yew {n} (tree or shrub of the genus Taxus)  :: тис {m}
yew {n} (wood of the yew)  :: тис {m}
Yggdrasil {prop} (the world tree in Norse mythology)  :: Иггдрасиль {n}
YHWH {prop} (Tetragrammaton)  :: Яхве, Ягве, Иегова
Yi {prop} (ethnic group)  :: и {m}
Yichang {prop} (a city in China)  :: Ичан {m}
Yiddish {adj} (Hebrew) SEE: Hebrew  ::
Yiddish {adj} /ˈjɪd.ɪʃ/ (of or pertaining to the Yiddish language)  :: идиш
Yiddish {adj} (Jewish) SEE: Jewish  ::
Yiddish {n} (Hebrew) SEE: Hebrew  ::
Yiddish {n} (Jewish) SEE: Jewish  ::
Yiddish {n} (language)  :: идиш {m}
yield {n} (quantity of something produced)  :: выработка {f}, выход {m}, урожай {m}, продукция {f}
yield {v} /jiːld/ (to give way)  :: уступать
yield {v} (to give as required)  :: возвращать, [to give as required] отдавать, [surrender or capitulate] сдаваться
yield {v} (to produce as a result)  :: приводить к, результироваться
yield {v} (to produce as return)  :: давать, приводить к, [in some cases] производить
yielding {adj} (docile)  :: податливый {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  ::
yiff {n} /jɪf/ (furry pornography)  :: йифф
Yi Jing {prop} (Chinese classic text)  :: И цзин {m} {f}, Книга Перемен {f}, Канон Перемен {m}
yikes {interj} (expression of empathy with unpleasant or undesirable circumstances)  :: ой, ай, ох, ах
yikes {interj} (expression of fear)  :: ой, ай, ох, ах
yin {n} (essential female principle)  :: инь {f} {n}
Yinchuan {prop} (a city of China)  :: Иньчуань {m}
yin-yang {n} /ˈjɪn ˈjæŋ/ (yin and yang)  :: инь-ян, инь и ян
yip {n} /jɪp/ (sound a small dog makes)  :: тяв-тяв
yippee {interj} /ˌjɪ.ˈpi/ (expression of enjoyment)  :: ура
Yitzchak {prop} (given name) SEE: Isaac  ::
ylang ylang {n} (flower)  :: иланг-иланг {m}
ylang ylang {n} (tree)  :: иланг-иланг {m}
yob {n} /jɒb/ (antisocial person)  :: хулиган {m}, гопник {m}
yobbo {n} /ˈjɒbəʊ/ (yob) SEE: yob  ::
yobbo {n} (yob) SEE: yob  ::
yocto- {prefix} (10−24)  :: йокто-
yoctometer {n} (yoctometre) SEE: yoctometre  ::
yoctometre {n} (SI unit of length)  :: йоктометр {m}
yod {n} /jɑd/ (palatal approximant)  :: йот {m}
Yoda {prop} /ˈjəʊdə/ (A wise old Jedi Master in the Star Wars films.)  :: Йода
yodel {n} (song)  :: йодль {m}
yodel {v} /ˈjoʊ.dəl/ (to sing in such a way that the voice fluctuates rapidly between the normal chest voice and falsetto)  :: йодлировать
yoga {n} /ˈjoʊɡə/ (a Hindu discipline)  :: йога {f}
yoghurt cheese {n} (labneh) SEE: labneh  ::
yogi {n} /ˈjoʊɡi/ (yoga practitioner)  :: йог {m}
yogic {adj} (of or pertaining to yoga)  :: йогический
yogurt {n} /ˈjoʊɡɚt/ (a milk-based product thickened by a bacterium-aided curdling process)  :: йогурт {m}, простокваша {f} [home made]
yoke {n} (a burden; something which represses or restrains a person)  :: иго {n}
yoke {n} /jəʊk/ (wooden bar)  :: ярмо {n}, хомут {m}, [figuratively] иго {n}
yoke {n} (wooden frame or bar for a person to carry a pair of buckets)  :: коромысло {n}
yoke {n} (yoke of a shirt)  :: кокетка {f} {n}
yoke {v} (link or join)  :: соединять
yoke {v} (unite or connect)  :: объединять
yokel {n} /ˈjoʊ.kəl/ (unsophisticated person)  :: деревенщина {m} {f}
yokel {n} (person of rural background)  :: деревенщина {m} {f}
Yokohama {prop} (a city of Japan)  :: Иокогама {f}, [sometimes:] Йокохама {f}
yolk {n} /joʊk/ (yellow of egg)  :: желток {m}
yomp {n} /jɒmp/ (long-distance march)  :: марш-бросок {m}
yon {adj} (that thing, distant, but within sight)  :: вон тот
yonder {adv} /ˈjɒndə(ɹ)/ (in a distant, indicated place)  :: вон там, там
yonder {determiner} (distant but within sight)  :: вон тот {m}, вон та {f}, вон то {n}, вон те {p}
yoni {n} /ˈjəʊni/ (female sexual organs, or a symbol of them)  :: йони {f}
yore {n} /jɔɹ/ (time long past)  :: давние времена {p}, былое {n}
York {prop} /jɔɹk/ (city in North Yorkshire)  :: Йорк {m}
Yorkshire {prop} /ˈjɔːkʃə/ (former large county)  :: Йоркшир {m}, Йоркшир {m}
Yorkshire pudding {n} (dish made from batter baked in fat)  :: йоркширский пудинг {m}
Yoruba {prop} /ˈjɔːɹəbə/ (a sub-Saharan language)  :: йоруба {m}
Yoshkar-Ola {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Йошкар-Ола {m}
yottabyte {n} (280 or 1024 bytes)  :: йоттабайт {m}
yottaliter {n} (yottalitre) SEE: yottalitre  ::
yottameter {n} (yottametre) SEE: yottametre  ::
you {determiner} (the individual or group spoken/written to)  :: ты {s}, вы {p} /or polite/ /may be omitted, depending on where it is placed/
you {determiner} (used before epithets for emphasis)  :: ты {s}, вы {p} /often omitted, making the epithet more insulting/
you {pron} (object pronoun: the group being addressed)  :: вас, вам, вами
you {pron} (object pronoun: the person being addressed)  :: [familiar] тебя, тебе, тобой, [polite] Вас, Вам, Вами
you {pron} (one)  :: [passive or infinitive forms are used] ты
you {pron} (subject pronoun: the group being addressed)  :: вы
you {pron} (subject pronoun: the person being addressed)  :: [familiar] ты, [polite] Вы, вы
you {v} (to address using the more formal second-person pronoun)  :: выкать {impf} [colloquial], обращаться на «Вы» {impf}
you are welcome {phrase} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome  ::
you are what you eat {proverb} (proverb)  :: ты то, что ты ешь /ty tó, što ty jéšʹ/
you bet {interj} (you bet (certainly))  :: ещё бы, а то, ещё как
you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink {proverb} (you can show someone how to do something, but you can't make them do it)  :: можно привести лошадь к воде, но нельзя заставить её пить
you can say that again {phrase} (that is very true)  :: и не говори!, и не говорите! [formal], это уж точно!
you can't judge a book by its cover {proverb} (it is not possible to judge things by external appearances alone)  :: не суди о книге по обложке
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 make a silk purse of a sow's ear {proverb} (it is not possible to produce something refined from something which is unrefined)  :: из говна конфетку не сделаешь [you can't make a candy from shit]
you can't polish a turd {proverb} (something inherently bad cannot be improved)  :: из говна конфетку не сделаешь, из говна конфетку не сделать
you can't teach an old dog new tricks {proverb} (too old to change)  :: горбатого могила исправит [a hunchback will be corrected by the grave], старого пса новым штукам не научишь
you don't say {interj} ((idiomatic) really? ; no kidding! ; Is that so?)  :: что вы говорите! [read: što vy govoríte!; formal], что ты говоришь! [read: što ty govoríš!; informal], неужели
you have beautiful eyes {phrase} (you have beautiful eyes)  :: [formal] у вас красивые глаза, [informal] у тебя красивые глаза
you have the advantage of me {phrase} (what is your name) SEE: what is your name  ::
you know {interj} (expression signifying a pause or hesitation)  :: это, как его
you know what {phrase} (used to get attention)  :: знаешь что! /znáješʹ štó!/
you-know-who {pron} (known and unmentioned person)  :: сам знаешь кто [talking to one person familiarly], сами знаете кто [talking to one person courteously or to multiple persons], известно кто
you make the bed you lie in {proverb} (a person's circumstances are normally the result of his or her own actions)  :: как постелешь, так и поспишь, сам заварил, сам и кушай [you cooked it yourself, so eat it yourself]
you never know what you've got till it's gone {proverb} (you never know what you've got till it's gone)  :: что имеем — не храним, потерявши — плачем /što iméjem — ne xraním, poterjávši — pláčem/ [we don't care about things we have, but bewail them having them lost]
young {adj} (as if young)  :: моложавый
young {adj} /jʌŋ/ (in the early part of life or growth)  :: молодой, юный
young {n} (offspring)  :: молодняк {m}, молодь {f}
young {n} (people who are young)  :: молодёжь {f}
younger {adj} /ˈjʌŋɡɚ/ (in an earlier period of life)  :: младший
younger brother {n} (younger brother)  :: младший брат {m}
younger sister {n} (younger sister)  :: младшая сестра {f}, сестренка {f}
youngest {adj} (superlative form of young)  :: младший, самый младший
young man {n} (an adolescent or young male)  :: молодой человек {m}, юноша {m}
young man {n} (a term of endearment or address for a boy)  :: молодой человек {m}
Young's modulus {n} (coefficient of elasticity of a solid)  :: модуль Юнга {m}
youngster {n} /ˈjʌŋstɚ/ (a young person)  :: юноша {m}, [unfriendly] юнец {m}, малец {m} [unfriendly], молодчик {m} [scornful]
young Turk {n} (historical: member of a movement of the Ottoman Empire)  :: младотурок {m}
your {contraction} (belonging to you (plural; more owners))  :: ваш
your {contraction} /joʊɹ/ (belonging to you (singular; one owner))  :: твой [informal], ваш [formal]
you're never too old to learn {proverb} (proverb)  :: учиться никогда не поздно, век живи — век учись
you're on {phrase} ("I accept your challenge")  :: принимаю вызов {m}
you're right {phrase} (you're right)  :: [formal] вы правы, [informal, to a man] ты прав, [informal, to a woman] ты права
you're welcome {phrase} (reply to thanks)  :: не за что /né za što/, пожалуйста /read: požálusta/, не стоит благодарности, на здоровье
your grace {pron} (you)  :: Ваша Милость, Ваша Светлость
Your Highness {pron} (a title of respect used to address a prince or princess)  :: Ваше Высочество {n}, Ваше Величество {n}
Your Majesty {pron} (Title of respect)  :: государь {m}, Ваше Величество {n}
your mileage may vary {acronym} (it may work differently for you)  :: это может сработать у тебя по-другому
your mileage may vary {acronym} (this is just my opinion)  :: это только моё мнение
your mother {interj} (insult)  :: твою мать [accusative]
yours {pron} /jɔːɹz/ (sincerely)  :: Твой [informal], Ваш [formal]
yours {pron}  :: твой [informal], ваш [formal]
yourself {pron} /jɚˈsɛlf/ ((reflexive) your own self)  :: себя, -ся
yourself {pron} (you, used emphatically)  :: ты сам {m}, ты сама {f}, [plural or formal] вы сами
yourself {pron}  :: себя
yourselves {pron} (intensifier)  :: вы сами
yourselves {pron} (you (referring to the people being spoken to, previously mentioned))  :: себя, вы сами
yours faithfully {adj} (a polite formula to end letters)  :: с уважением, с глубоким уважением
yours sincerely {adj} (a polite formula to end letters)  :: с уважением, искренне ваш
yours truly {phrase} (closing in a note or letter)  :: искренне ваш
yours truly {pron} ((idiomatic) me or I)  :: ваш покорный слуга {m}
your wish is my command {phrase} (what you wish for I will effect as if it were a command)  :: слушаю и повинуюсь [literally, "/I/ listen and obey"], твоё желание — для меня закон /tvojo želánije — dlja menjá zakón/ [your wish is a law for me]
you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours {proverb} (if you do me a favor then I will do you a favor)  :: ты — мне, я — тебе [you /give something/ to me, I /give something/ to you], рука руку моет [one hand washes another], услуга за услугу
youth {n} /juːθ/ (quality or state of being young)  :: юность {f}, молодость {f}
youth {n} (part of life following childhood)  :: молодость {f}, юность {f}
youth {n} (young man)  :: юноша {m}, молодой человек {m}, парень {m}
youth {n} (young persons, collectively)  :: молодёжь {f}
youth {n} (young person)  :: молодой человек {m}
youth center {n} (a building operated as a place for young people to meet and take part in recreational activities)  :: молодёжный центр {m}
youth crime {n} (juvenile delinquency) SEE: juvenile delinquency  ::
youthful {adj} (characteristic of young people)  :: юношеский, молодёжный
youthful {adj} (young or seeming young)  :: юношеский, моложавый, молодой
youth hostel {n} (a supervised, inexpensive lodging place, primarily for young people)  :: турбаза {f}, общежитие {n}, хостел {m}, хостел {m}
youth is wasted on the young {phrase} (phrase)  :: если бы молодость знала, если бы старость могла [lit: if the youth were skillful, if the old age were able]
YouTube {prop} /ˈjuːtjuːb/ (a video-sharing website)  :: ютуб {m}, ютьюб {m}
you've got to crack a few eggs to make an omelette {proverb} (phrase)  :: лес рубят — щепки летят [when wood is cut - chips fly]
yowzah {adv} /ˈjaʊ.zə/ (yessir) SEE: yessir  ::
yo-yo {n} /ˈjoʊ.joʊ/ (toy)  :: йо-йо {n}, йо-йо {n}
ytterbium {n} /ɪˈtɜːɹbi.əm/ (chemical element)  :: иттербий {m}
yttrium {n} /ˈɪ.tri.əm/ (chemical element)  :: иттрий {m}
yuan {n} /ˌjuːˈɑn/ (basic unit of money in China)  :: юань {m}
yuba {n} (tofu skin) SEE: tofu skin  ::
Yucatán {prop} (a penisula in southeast Mexico)  :: Юкатан
Yucatán {prop} (a state in Mexco)  :: Юкатан
yucca {n} /ˈjʌkə/ (evergreen plant)  :: юкка {f}
yuck {interj} /jʌk/ (uttered to indicate disgust)  :: фу, тьфу, фе, фи [aristocratic], бе
yuck it up {v} (yuk it up) SEE: yuk it up  ::
Yue {prop} /juːˈeɪ/ (language)  :: юэ {m}, кантонский {m}
Yugoslav {adj} (Yugoslavian) SEE: Yugoslavian  ::
Yugoslav {n} (Yugoslavian) SEE: Yugoslavian  ::
Yugoslavia {prop} /juːɡəˈslɑːvi.ə/ (former country in the Balkans)  :: Югославия {f}
Yugoslavian {adj} (of or relating to Yugoslavia)  :: югославский
Yugoslavian {n} (a native of Yugoslavia)  :: югослав {m}, югославка {f}
yukata {n} (a light kimono)  :: юката {f}
yukhoe {n} (a Korean dish)  :: юкхве {n} /jukxvɛ/ [indeclinable]
yuk it up {v} (clown around)  :: кочевряжиться, дурачиться, выделываться, выёбываться [vulgar]
Yukon Territory {prop} (territory in northern Canada which has Whitehorse as its capital)  :: Юкон {m}
yule {n} (Yule) SEE: Yule  ::
Yule log {n} (log burned on Christmas Eve)  :: святочное полено {n}
Yule log {n} (log-shaped cake covered in chocolate)  :: рождественское полено {n}
yuletide {n} (Camellia sasanqua) SEE: sasanqua  ::
yuletide {n} (the Christmas season)  :: святки {p}, Святки {p}
yum {adj} /jʌm/ (indication of delight)  :: ням, ням-ням
yum cha {n} (a traditional Chinese meal)  :: ямча {f}
yummy {adj} /ˈjʌm.i/ (delicious)  :: вкусный
Yunnan {prop} (a province in China)  :: Юньнань {m}
yup {interj} /jʌp/ ((informal) yes)  :: угу, ага
Yup'ik {prop} /ˈjupːɪk/ (a language of the Eskimo-Aleut family)  :: аляскинский юпик {m}, центрально-юпикский язык {m}
Yupik {prop} (subbranch of the Eskimo-Aleut family of languages)  :: юпик {m}, юпикский {m}
yuppie {n} (young upwardly mobile urban professional person)  :: яппи {m} {f}
yuri {n} /jʊɹi/ (anime or manga genre)  :: юри {m} {f} {n}
yurt {n} /jɜːt/ (large, round tent with vertical walls and conical roof)  :: юрта {f}
Yushchenko {prop} (Ukrainian surname)  :: Ющенко
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Южно-Сахалинск {m}