From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishyouyou /jə, jʊ; strong juː/ ●●●S1W1 pronoun [used as subject or object] 🔊 🔊 1XXused to refer to a person or group of people when speaking or writing to them 🔊 Hi, Kelly. How are you? 🔊 You must all listen carefully. 🔊 I have some news for you. 🔊 The letter is addressed to both of you. 🔊 Did Robin give you the money? 🔊 Only you can make this decision. 🔊 You idiot! 🔊 You boys have got to learn to behave yourselves. 🔊 Hey, you over there! Get out of the way!2XXpeople in general 🔊 You have to be 21 or over to buy alcohol in Florida. 🔊 You can never be sure what Emily is thinking.
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you• Did Rob give the money to you?• Youboys had better be home by 11:00.• You have to be careful with people you don't know.• I can take all of you in my car.• Hey, you in the blueshirt!• Youjerk!• I told you this would happen.