"year-on-year in" or "year-on-year to"?

  • The year-on-year inflation rate eased to 12.
  • Demand in China fell 8% year-on-year to 176.
  • Year-on-year for the past 5 years you have seen an increase in profit.
  • Real GDP in Latvia grew year-on-year by 7.

yellow in, for, with, on or to?

  • There's a streak of yellow in ' em.
  • That's a yellow for the skipper.
  • Some are yellow with black spots.
  • They have lots of yellow on them.

young of, in, for, at or to?

  • They will take the young of birds.
  • It is very young in all senses.
  • I was too young for the butler.
  • Some young, some young at heart.