contest dependeded meanings for yes and no
I would like to know how other teams have solved the issue of context-sensitive meaning for 'yes' and 'no'. For example when we have different translations for yes/no choices depending on the question like
do you have it?
is it correct?
do you want it?
each will have a separate 'yes' and 'no'. I'm stuck at this. Currently I have chosen one of the context but it doesn't suit other contexts. Does plural forms has someting to do with this?
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