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I'm amazed that you haven't told him anything yet.
She hasn't yet decided if she wants to come or not.
Our divorce had not been settled yet.
Are you a member of the club yet?
'Are you feeling hungry?' 'Not yet.'
I can't leave the hospital yet – the doctor says maybe tomorrow.
Don't get too excited just yet. None of these plans are definite.
I'm going back to New York, but not yet.
Try not to overcook the beans, or better yet eat them raw.
The house is more expensive yet than any of the others we've looked at.
We woke to yet another grey rainy day.
The Scottish Office has yet to make a formal announcement.
The film, starring Robert Carlyle, has yet to open in the Far East.
The group has yet to find a replacement for the director who left in September.
This is the British English definition of yet. View American English definition of yet.
happy and positive because you are confident that you will get what you want
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