You asked: Why do people say you bet instead of you’re welcome?

You’re welcome is the response to someone else saying thankyou. Originally Answered: Why do Americans say “you bet” when you thank them? It’s just a positive feedback, and an informal response when someone is thanked. In this case “you bet” means “certainly” or “sure thing.”

Can I say you bet instead of you’re welcome?

Yes, “You bet!” is a casual way of saying “You’re welcome.” “You bet!” is similar to saying, “No problem.” “Take care” is a way of saying good-bye. It doesn’t mean “You’re welcome” so you wouldn’t want to reply, “You bet.” When someone says “Take care”, you can answer, “Thanks!” or “You, too.”

Is it rude to say you bet?

“You bet!” is not insulting at all. On the contrary, it is an expression of enthusiasm, synonymous with “Of course!

Why does you bet mean you’re welcome?

“Mm-hmm” is another casual or impersonal response when the more formal “you’re welcome” isn’t needed. “You bet” is an informal way of agreeing with someone, much like a casual nod. In the West, it’s another way of saying, “thanks.” Marshall Trimble is Arizona’s official historian.

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How do you respond to you bet?

At this time, there are some responses used:

  1. You are very welcome!
  2. No problem!
  3. You bet!
  4. Absolutely!
  5. Sure!
  6. No, Thank YOU!
  7. Thank you for the opportunity!

Why do people say bet?

“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.

What is the difference between i bet and you bet?

-“you bet!” that could sometimes be heard as “you betcha” (phonetically speaking) and it means, yes, very much. 1. I bet would be a shortening of I’ll bet. -“When Bob gets home and sees this mess, he’ll be angry.”

What’s another way to say I bet?

What is another word for you bet?

amen agreed
certainly exactly
I agree I’ll say
verily truly
you said it absolutely

What does the phrase you bet means?

phrase. You use ‘You bet’ or ‘you bet your life’ to say yes in an emphatic way or to emphasize a reply or statement.

Where did you bet come from?

The phrase is a slang which originated in the Native American way of speaking but is now popular throughout the world. It is a new phrase and has been in existence since a few decades only. The slang came about when ‘betting’ on things to prove themselves was common and the answer to a bet would always be yes.

What does OK No biggie mean?

informal. —used to indicate that something is not important or not a problem (chiefly US) “Sorry I’m late.” “No biggie.

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What does it mean when someone responds bet?

Although “bet” usually means to risk something or feel sure about something, it is now commonly used as a brief response. “Bet” is now used as a positive, laidback synonym for “OK.” For example, if someone asks if you’re coming to dinner later, you might simply respond by nodding and saying, “Bet.”

What does BET stand for on Snapchat?

Bet: Something is going to happen.

What does say less mean slang?

“Say less” is slang for “I understand” or “I get the gist of what you are saying.” You can also use it when you agree with someone and see eye to eye with them. In a sense, it’s a way of saying that no further explanation is needed.