“You’re welcome” and “you bet” mean “I would do it for you again.” “No problem” and “oh, it was nothing” mean “I did not put much effort into doing you a favor, so you don’t owe me anything for it.” And so forth. 1.5K views. Answer requested by.
What should I reply on BET?
Bet is a slang term of affirmation, agreement, or approval along the lines of “Cool!” or “I’m down!” It can also suggest doubt or disbelief: “Yeah, sure.”
What does it mean if someone replies bet?
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. Don’t Trip.
What does it mean when someone says you bet?
informal. used to emphasize a statement or to mean “certainly”: “Are you coming to the party?” “You bet!”
What does it mean when a guy says I bet?
Definition of I bet
—said to indicate the listener’s total agreement with a statement “He was so handsome in his new suit.” “I bet he was.”
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!
What is bet on Snapchat?
Bet: Something is going to happen.
What’s another way to say I bet?
What is another word for you bet?
|I agree||I’ll say|
|you said it||absolutely|
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.”
“Bet” means “okay,” and is often used to agree with someone. For example, if someone asked, “Can we go to the pool tomorrow afternoon,” their friend might reply with “Bet!”
How do you respond to a thank you?
10 English Phrases for Responding to “Thank You”
- You’re welcome.
- No problem.
- No worries.
- Don’t mention it.
- My pleasure.
- It was the least I could do.
- Glad to help.
Can you 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.”
Where did the slang bet come from?
It was a street language among the blacks in Brooklyn and Bronx in the 1980’s when gangsters and drugs were the order of the day. The word “Bet” used to mean a confirmed deal or a done deal as in the phrase “You Bet”.