Found 233 phrases starting with Y:


you learn something new every dayUttered after acquiring new knowledge.Rate it:
you lost meYou left me out in left field, You did not explain clearly. Your explanation was to me enigmatic, and requires another meeting of the minds.Rate it:
you lotYou (plural).Rate it:
you made your bed, now sleep in itA moralizing rejection said to someone looking for an easy out, especially of a situation they put themselves into.Rate it:
you make the bed you lie inA person's circumstances are normally the result of his or her own actions.Rate it:
you must be fun at partiesA sarcastic retort to somebody who has said something perceived as boring or pedantic.Rate it:
you must be new hereUsed to express that someone has in some way displayed their ignorance, unfamiliarity, or incompetence.Rate it:
you name itUsed after a short list to show that further examples are unnecessary; all kinds of things.Rate it:
you never knowUsed to speculate about a slight possibility.Rate it:
you never know what you've got till it's goneGood friends and acquaintances shouldn't be taken for granted.Rate it:
you only get what you giveThere is a positive correlation between the effort one puts in and the benefits one receives.Rate it:
you pays your money and you takes your choiceEach person should make their own decisions.Rate it:
you punched my buttonYour encouragement, reasoning, financial support and confidence that we could succeed turned me around.Rate it:
you said itUsed to express complete agreement with a previous statement by the interlocutorRate it:
you saved my bacon:An action or development contributed by another which resulted in unexpected grand results to your benefit!Rate it:
you scratch my back and i'll scratch yoursIf you do me a favor then I will do you a favor; quid pro quo.Rate it:
you shouldn't haveUsed to express gratitude at unnecessary generosity, especially when receiving a gift.Rate it:
you snooze you loseIf you are not alert and attentive, you will not be successful.Rate it:
you thinkA sarcastic, rhetorical response to an obvious statement.Rate it:
you welcomeEye dialect spelling of you're welcome.Rate it:
you were sayingPrompts the interlocutor to resume what they had been saying prior to an interruption.Rate it:
you were sayingDraws attention to something that has just happened that conflicts with what the interlocutor had said.Rate it:
you whatAn intensified version of what or huh.Rate it:
you what%3fAn intensified version of what or huh.Rate it:
you winUsed to express resignation. To concede defeat even though one is not convinced of the opposing arguments.Rate it:
you wishUsed to express the speaker's skepticism about a preceding statement concerning some desired or assumed state of affairs.Rate it:
you wish, jellyfishSynonym of you wishRate it:
you'd better believe itUsed to emphasise a previous commentRate it:
you'd complain if you were hung with a new ropeSaid as a mild admonishment to somebody who is always complaining.Rate it:
you'll be late for your own funeralSaid as a mild admonishment to somebody who is always late for things.Rate it:
you'll get yoursYou will get what you deserve, or what is coming to you; used as a threat.Rate it:
you'll never guessI have something very surprising to say; you won't be able to guess what I'm about to say.Rate it:
you're a long time deadA reminder that we are all mortal, as a justification for enjoying life while one can.Rate it:
you're all rightused to politely reject an offerRate it:
you're damned if you do and you're damned if you don'tAlternative form of damned if you do, damned if you don'tRate it:
you're gonna getchures!you're gonna getchures!Rate it:
you're goodIt's OK; it's not a big deal.Rate it:
you're never too old to learnIt is possible to learn new things, at any age; (implying) follow your desires and dreamsRate it:
you're onUsed to indicate acceptance by the speaker of a proposal or challenge, especially a competitive one.Rate it:
you're rightIndicates that what the interlocutor said/says is correct.Rate it:
you're telling meUsed to indicate that the speaker was in agreement with the preceding statement before it was made.Rate it:
you're the doctorIndicates that the speaker defers to the addressed person's authority or expertise.Rate it:
you're welcomeUsed to acknowledge thanks; you are welcome; ritual reply to “thank you”.Rate it:
you've got to be in it to win itIn order to win, or succeed at something, one must first compete or try.Rate it:
you've got to crack a few eggs to make an omeletteIn order to achieve something, it is inevitable and necessary that something should be destroyed.Rate it:
you've got to laughUsed when somebody sees the funny side to a tough situation, to remind not to take things so seriously.Rate it:
young at heartInclined to act in a way or enjoy things that one would expect from someone younger, especially children, teenagers or young adults.Rate it:
young fogeyYoung and over-conservative person.Rate it:
young ladyUsed other than as an idiom: young lady.Rate it:
young ladyA term of endearment or address for a girl.Rate it:

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