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‘That’s a nice jacket.’ ‘Thank you.’
Thank you for your kind words.
Thank you for coming here today.
‘Would you like a cup of coffee?’ ‘Oh, thank you, that would be great.’
I can lift this on my own, thank you.
the most usual way of saying thank you
a formal way of saying thank you, often used when refusing an invitation
a formal way of thanking someone for something they have done for you
an informal way of saying thank you, used when someone has helped you in a difficult situation
a more informal way of saying thank you
used ironically, when someone has not helped you at all
used for saying thank you in a way that sounds polite but is not completely sincere
used when someone gives you a present
used when making a formal speech
a formal way of saying thank you, used in letters and emails
used in reply to someone who has thanked you to say that you were happy to help
a more formal way of replying to someone who has thanked you
used in reply to someone who has thanked you when you know the person well
This is the British English definition of thank you. View American English definition of thank you.