"There’s something out there that has a lot of people scared, but no one’s telling the full story. Yet.
For months and weeks, bits and pieces of the story of Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, Russian intelligence and its influence on the 2016 elections have been dribbling out, thanks to leaks and solid reporting by a free and independent press.
Eventually we may get to the whole truth, but already it seems clear that deep down, all these secrets coming to light, one by one, are part of a greater wrong." - Michael Winship
Rift Emerges as Europe Gears Up for New Talks on Greece Bailout
By LIZ ALDERMAN and JACK EWING
As Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras took conciliatory steps, replacing his finance minister, Germany said it saw no basis for new negotiations as of yet.
have yet to
If you have yet to do something, you have not done it:
They have yet to make a decision.
ECHNOLOGY Executive Sees Chip Recovery in 3 Years
The global semiconductor industry has yet to hit bottom and won't recover from the downturn for another three years, says Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Chairman Morris Chang.
- At this time; for the present: isn't ready yet.
- Up to a specified time; thus far: The end had not yet come.
- At a future time; eventually: may yet change his mind.
- Besides; in addition: returned for yet another helping.
- Still more; even: a yet sadder tale.
- Nevertheless: young yet wise.
And despite this; nevertheless: She said she would be late, yet she arrived on time.
- Up to the present time; up to now.
[Middle English, from Old English gīet.]
USAGE NOTE In formal writing, yet in the sense “up to now” is normally used with an accompanying verb in the present perfect rather than in the simple past. Thus, one would say He hasn't started yet, not He didn't start yet. The use of yet with the simple past is common in speech and may be appropriate for informal writing.
Definition of as yet in English:
Yet.= Not yet.