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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Like some Yank buying London Bridge.
- Como yanqui comprando el Puente de Londres.
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Although yanking out vital organs is a good way to keep the clients.
Aunque arrancar órganos vitales es una buena forma de retener a los clientes.
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To inflate, put it around your neck and yank down on the tab.
Para inflar, colóquenlo alrededor del cuello y tiren de la etiqueta.
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I was pregnant with Jeffrey... and they were having all their problems with tonsillitis... and Dr. Gordon and I just decided to... yank them out.
Yo estaba embarazada de Jeffrey... y todos tenían problemas de amigdalitis... y el Dr. Gordon y yo decidimos... quitárselas.
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Utility knickers - one Yank, and they're off.
Knickers de utilidad... un Tirón, y ellos están apagados.
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We'll yank the social symbols through the looking glass.
Jalaremos de los símbolos sociales a través del espejo.
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And then he taught me how to yank his tiller.
Y luego me enseñó a tirar del timón.
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So he's a Yank and an undercover journo.
Así que es Yanqui y periodista encubierto.
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CBS Corporate leaned on CBS News, which yanked an interview we did... with a top-ranking tobacco scientist, corporate officer.
Corporación CBS presionó a Noticias para cancelar una entrevista que hicimos... con un alto científico, oficial corporativo de una tabacalera.
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Synonyms

1. jerk: tug, pull, pluck, wrench, snatch, drag, haul
2. north american

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