1. yes; that is correctPolite (teineigo)
  • もしもし
  • 、ブラウン
  • さん
  • ですか
  • 」「
  • はい
  • そうです
  • "Hello, is this Mrs. Brown?" "Yes, this is Mrs. Brown."
2. understood; I see; OK; okay
  • はい
  • どうぞ
  • きみ
  • ひこうき飛行機
  • なか
  • 読む
  • ざっし雑誌
  • です
  • Here's a magazine for you to read in the plane.
3. present; hereas a response to a roll call
4. pardon?; what's that?; come again?Colloquialism, with rising intonation
5. now; here; here you goused when calling for someone's attention or when handing something to someone
6. giddy-up; giddap
Wikipedia definition
7. Yes and noYes and no are two words for expressing affirmatives and negatives respectively in English ("Are you hungry?" "Yes, I am. "). Early Middle English had a four-form system, but Modern English has reduced this to a two-form system consisting of yes and no. Some languages do not answer yes-no questions with single words meaning 'yes' or 'no'. At least one, Welsh, is widely but erroneously believed to have no words for yes and no.
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