“Stop your yakking. I’m trying to watch this TV show.”
“I wanted to have a nice quiet dinner, but he just kept going yak yak yak.”
“I don’t have a clue what he’s yakking on about on the phone.”

“Yak yak yak” is the sound of long, annoying speech. It can also be a verb: “She just yaks on and on.” You might also hear a longer version, “yackety-yak”.


「Yak yak yak」とは長くて嫌な話し声の擬音語です。動詞としても使います。「彼女はずっと喋っている」「Yackety-yak」という長いバージョンもあります。