Q: Yankee とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In America, yankee means an American. Can sometimes be used in a derogatory way.

In Japan, yankee means riff-raff, or a person with bad social behaviour.
Q: half the Yankee outfield とはどういう意味ですか?
A: So this reference is talking about baseball and in baseball you have player who are infield and ones who are outfield. The phrase as a whole is talking about someone having sex with multiple partners. It’s an offhand phrase saying you slept with half the Yankee outfield meaning you had sex with a lot of people or you’ve been sleeping around. They are basically saying this person is a whore(prostitute).
None of it is nice or should be said out loud. Haha
Q: Yankee とはどういう意味ですか?
A: To someone outside of the U.S., particularly the U.K., it is slang for a person from the United States. Within the U.S. it usually refers to a person from the North or Northeast, particularly someone from or with cultural ties to the New England area.

"Yankees" is also the name of N.Y.'s baseball team, and so yankee could refer to a player on that team. (Ive always thought this was strange considering that N.Y. does not belong to New England and many royalists occupied the state during the revolutionary war but there you have it.)


Q: "I got a Yankee candle yesterday, but it was a defect. All the wax was stuck to one side of the jar from top to bottom. I guess it melted during the delivery and since the box was being placed on the side, that kind of horrible thing happened. I was disappointed because I bought it for my birthday gift. I have to send it back to the company in America. It’s too much hassle!"

Hello! Do you think the sentences above sound OK? Thank you.
A: looks okay. I wound make some small changes, but overall it's good
Q: What does Yankee means ?
I was playing RDR2 but at a moment they talks about “Yankee” is this an insult or something historical ?
‘Cause in my Language (French) it’s not translated, it’s just “Yankee”.
A: Yes and yes. Yankee means someone from the North part of the USA (usually New England - the top right corner), and is usually an insult, though not a very hurtful one imo. It comes from the 1700-1800 period of US history and some linguists think it came from the Dutch according to Wikipedia 🤷‍♂️ https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yankee
Q: "The Yankee's pitcher is going to retire at the end of the season, so they will have a tribute to him at the stadium before the game. "

Would you tell me what "they will have a tribute to him" means?
Tell me in simple English or in Japanese, please.
A: Tribute is an act performed to honor a person. It is usually done to show respect or admiration. It can be anything ( a dance, a song, etc.)
Q: I visited Yankee stadium at last year この表現は自然ですか?
A: They are similar, although visited would be used to signify larger areas like a city or country. Went to would be more for landmarks like a stadium