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|English term or phrase: ye|
ye means you
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Yes, Ye = you. BUT it is not equivalent to 你 in Chinese. First, it is the plural form of "thou" in archaic English, not a singular form. Second, as an old English word, it should be translated into archaic (or classic if you like to call it) Chinese,rather than modern Chinese word.
A New English-Chinese Dictionary, Century Edition, 2000, Shanghai.
The Shorter Oxford Dictionary.
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