Can you say you bet for thank you?

(idiomatic, informal) Certainly; you’re welcome; a reply to thank you or to a request. “Hey, thanks for all your hard work yesterday.”/”You bet!”

Is it rude to say you bet?

Yes, “You bet!” is a casual way of saying “You’re welcome.” “You bet!” is similar to saying, “No problem.”

What is the reply of you bet?

Usually it is “Thank you” or “Great to be with you” or “My pleasure”. Often they respond with “You bet”, which really puzzles me.

What does the saying you bet mean?

informal. used to emphasize a statement or to mean “certainly“: “Are you coming to the party?” “You bet!”

How do you use you bet in a sentence?

You Bet

  1. “You bet I’ll be at your game. I would not miss it.”
  2. “I can help you with your project, you bet.”
  3. “You bet I’m going to talk to her, she is beautiful.”
  4. “I’m moving in a few weeks and was wondering if you could help?”
  5. “You bet. Just let me know when, and I’ll be there.”
  6. “Thanks! …
  7. “Of course.”
  8. “Definitely.”

Does you bet mean youre welcome?

(idiomatic, informal) Certainly; you’re welcome; a reply to thank you or to a request.

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What is bet slang?

“Bet” is used when you’re in agreement with something. If someone makes plans and you say “bet,” that means you are confirming said plan. Don’t Trip.

What does you beat me mean?

You beat me” stands alone just fine. Smile and shrug while you say it. :) A related phrase meaning “I don’t know” is “beats me”. ” Do you know where Peachey got to?” ”

What does I bet you mean?

said to show that you understand why someone has a particular opinion or feels a particular way: “I’m so annoyed with her.” “I’ll bet.” “I was so relieved I didn’t have to clean up after the party.” “I bet you were.”

What does sweet bippy mean?

History and Etymology for bippy

probably originally a nonsense word, used in the phrase “You bet your sweet bippy!”, denoting an unspecified body part. Note: The line “You bet your (sweet) bippy!” was popularized in the American television show Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In, which ran from January 1968 to March 1973.

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