When should you reply to a bet?
(idiomatic, informal) Certainly; you’re welcome; a reply to thank you or to a request.
Whats 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 is the slang meaning for 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.
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.”
Why do people say you bet instead of you’re welcome?
In American English “You bet(cha)” is a more personal, less formal way to say, “You’re welcome.” It emphasizes that the speaker was very happy to do whatever the other person is thanking him for.
Why do people say you bet after saying thank you?
Replying with “you bet” is positive feedback that the guest has fulfilled his role. “he is telling the guest that his time is appreciated” — exactly. So, “You bet” as a response sounds like “Of course my time is appreciated!” or “Of course you are grateful”, which to me seems rude.
What is meaning of it’s my pleasure?
—used as a response to someone who has thanked one for doing something to say that one was happy to do it “Thanks for your help.” “(It was) My pleasure.”
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 are slang words in 2020?
Here’s the latest instalment in our “slang for the year ahead” series, featuring terms that range from funny to just plain weird.
- Hate to see it. A relatable combination of cringe and disappointment, this phrase can be used as a reaction to a less than ideal situation. …
- Ok, boomer. …
- Cap. …
- Basic. …
- Retweet. …
- Fit. …
- Fr. …
What does Big Bet mean in slang?
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.”