Learner's definition of YOU
1 — used to refer to the person or group of people that is being addressed as the subject of a verb or as the object of a verb or preposition
You are absolutely right.
I love you.
What did she tell you?
You have been a pleasure to work with.
You can't be serious.
What did you mean by that?
How can I help you?
I'd like to have a talk with you.
I'll meet you there.
We will give you a few hours to discuss the matter.
Divide it between you. [=yourselves]
We hope to see you both at the party. = We hope to see both of you at the party.
2 — used to refer to any person or to people in general
If you smoke too much, you may harm your lungs.
The work is hard, but after a while, you get used to it.
How do you change a tire? [=what is the proper way to change a tire?]
3 informal — used to address someone directly — often used before another noun
You guys crack me up.
Calm down, you two.
— used to say that someone has done something that is typical or expected — often used to show disapproval
you and yours
: you and the people in your family or the people you care about