Yank ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Yank ( verb )

  1. To pull or tug suddenly and with force.
  2. To remove or take away quickly and forcefully.

Origin:

The word "yank" is thought to have originated in the early 19th century as a variation of the word "yoke" which means to pull or draw.

Examples:

  1. He yanked the rope with all his might.
  2. She yanked the weeds out of the garden.
  3. He yanked the shirt off his back.
  4. She yanked the microphone from the singer's hand.
  5. He yanked the plug out of the wall.

(As a noun)

Yank ( noun )

  1. To pull or tug suddenly and with force.
  2. To remove or take away quickly and forcefully.

Origin:

The word "yank" is thought to have originated in the early 19th century as a variation of the word "yoke" which means to pull or draw.

Examples:

  1. He yanked the rope with all his might.
  2. She yanked the weeds out of the garden.
  3. He yanked the shirt off his back.
  4. She yanked the microphone from the singer's hand.
  5. He yanked the plug out of the wall.
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