What does "yet that mean" mean?
"Yet that mean" here simply means "but that unkind" driver. He is comparing the "kindness" of "Darrel" to the "meanness" or unkindness of the "Buddy driver". The word "mean" has a few meanings in English. In this case, it is being used as an adjective to mean that someone is unkind or unpleasant. Ex: Stop being so mean to me! Ex: She just said it to be mean. "Yet" is being used as a conjunction and conveying a meaning similar to "but" and "that" is just being used as a pronoun to identify the person other than Darrel. Ex: I told you not to yet you still did it. Ex: You look so tired yet you have a lot of energy. That's amazing.
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