yank in Spanish

Pronunciation
s. yank, de los E.E.U.U., americano; nativo o residente de Norteamérica; yanqui, soldado federal en la Guerra Civil de E.E.U.U
Example Sentences
The Yanks are our friends.
Los yanquis son nuestros amigos.
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Expressions
noun: an American
noun: an American who lives in the North (especially during the American Civil War)
noun: an American who lives in New England
verb: pull, or move with a sudden movement
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Synonyms for yank
1. jerk: tug, pull, pluck, wrench, snatch, drag, haul
2. north american
Related Spanish Translations
yank off v. quitar de un tirón, dejar de un tirón, coger, meter
Yankee s. yanqui, ciudadano estadounidense; residente de los estados del norte de los Estados Unidos de América; nativo o residente de Nueva Inglaterra (EEUU); soldado de la Unión durante la Guerra Civil de EEUU; gringo
Yankee Doodle Garabato Yanqui {canción de los días de la Guerra de la Independencia Americana)
yankeedom s. región habitada por yanquis; yanquis como grupo
yankeeism s. Yanqui, se refiere a los norteamericanos; de comportamiento americano; con acento americano
Yankeeland s. gringolandia isl. (f)
Verb forms for yank
Present participle: yanking
Present: yank (3.person: yanks)
Past: yanked
Future: will yank
Present conditional: would yank
Present Perfect: have yanked (3.person: has yanked)
Past Perfect: had yanked
Future Perfect: will have yanked
Past conditional: would have yanked