Definition Of yak

verb

a large domesticated wild ox with shaggy hair, humped shoulders, and large horns, used in Tibet as a pack animal and for its milk, meat, and hide.

Milk products were common in the form of sour cream and butter from cows and yaks .

a trivial or unduly persistent conversation.

He was quick to raise his voice through a cordless microphone to silence the gathering engaged in a yak .

talk at length about trivial or boring subjects.

All too often, diners get to the table and yack away and make the waitress come back several times.

trivial or unduly persistent conversation.

Example Of yak

  • A team of Royal Navy marines joined the rescue effort before Conan endured a 17-hour journey back to base camp on the back of a yak .

  • About a third of the population are herdsmen, and many families raise one or two yak for themselves.

  • After all, this ticket could say that I was taking a mud bath with a yak in the Gobi desert for all we know, right?

  • Altitude sickness, parasites, frostbite and being gored by a yak are some of the reasons most people prefer to travel in their armchairs.

  • And now I'm knackered and going to lie down on the bed, squish my new do with my headset and yak to Walker until it's time for work.


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