Where does the phrase you bet come from?

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 does the idiom you bet mean?

phrase. You use ‘You bet’ or ‘you bet your life’ to say yes in an emphatic way or to emphasize a reply or statement. [informal, spoken, emphasis]

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.

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!”

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 meaning of the idiom zero hour?

a time when a crucial decision or essential action must be taken. the time at which a strategic military action is planned to start.

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What does 0hr mean?

1a : the hour at which a planned military operation is scheduled to start. b : the time at which a usually significant or notable event is scheduled to take place. 2 : a time when a vital decision or decisive change must be made.

What does I bet you are mean?

informal (also I’ll bet) 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.” SMART Vocabulary: related words and phrases.

What can I say instead of you bet?

What is another word for you bet?

you’re welcome certainly
never mind that’s alright
no mention de nada
think nothing of it you’re welcome, and here’s a dollar
don’t mention it that’s OK

What means have a good one?

US, informal. —used to say one hopes the person spoken to will have an enjoyable day.