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thanks

 (thăngks)
pl.n.
1. Grateful feelings or thoughts; gratitude: a heart full of thanks for our escape.
2. An expression of gratitude: gave thanks to God; a note of thanks to a contributor.
interj.
Used to express thanks.
Idioms:
no thanks to
Without the benefit of help from: finally found the house, no thanks to these confusing directions.
thanks to
On account of; because of: "Thanks to a variety of domestic political changes, by the 1440s the Chinese had withdrawn from participation in the wider world" (Lincoln P. Paine).

thanks

(θæŋks)
pl n
1. an expression of appreciation or gratitude or an acknowledgment of services or favours given
2. thanks to because of: thanks to him we lost the match.
interj
informal an exclamation expressing acknowledgment, gratitude, or appreciation
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.thanks - an acknowledgment of appreciationthanks - an acknowledgment of appreciation  
acknowledgement, acknowledgment - a statement acknowledging something or someone; "she must have seen him but she gave no sign of acknowledgment"; "the preface contained an acknowledgment of those who had helped her"
appreciation - an expression of gratitude; "he expressed his appreciation in a short note"
thank you - a conversational expression of gratitude
curtain call, bow - an appearance by actors or performers at the end of the concert or play in order to acknowledge the applause of the audience
2.thanks - with the help of or owing to; "thanks to hard work it was a great success"
assist, assistance, help, aid - the activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose; "he gave me an assist with the housework"; "could not walk without assistance"; "rescue party went to their aid"; "offered his help in unloading"

thanks

plural noun
1. gratitude, appreciation, thanksgiving, credit, recognition, acknowledgment, gratefulness They accepted their certificates with words of thanks.
interjection
1. thank you, cheers, ta, bless you, TY (S.M.S.), THX (S.M.S.), TNZ (S.M.S.), THNQ (S.M.S.), T/Y (S.M.S.) Thanks. You've been great.
thanks to because of, through, due to, as a result of, owing to, by reason of Thanks to recent research, effective treatment is available.

thanks

noun
2. A short prayer said at meals:
Translations
شُكْر، إمتِنانشكراشُكْرا
díkypoděkováníděkuje
takja tak!mange tak!
dankon
kiitos
hvala
köszönetköszönömhálaköszi
terimah kasih
òakkir, òökk , òakklætitakk, òakkir
ありがとう
poďakovanie
hvala
tack

thanks

[ˈθæŋks]
A. NPL
1. (= gratitude) → agradecimiento msing, gratitud fsing
they deserve our thanksmerecen nuestro agradecimiento or nuestra gratitud
in his speech of thanksen su discurso de agradecimiento
that's all the thanks I get!¡y así se me agradece!
she murmured her thanksdio las gracias murmurando
to give thanksdar las gracias (for por) thanks be to God (Rel) → alabado sea Dios
2. thanks to: thanks to yougracias a ti ... (iro) → por culpa tuya ...
small/no thanks to youno fue gracias a ti
I got the job thanks to himconseguí el trabajo a or por mediación suya
thanks to the rain the game was abandoneddebido a la lluvia el partido fue anulado
B. EXCL thanks!¡gracias!
many thanks!; thanks very much!; thanks a lot!¡muchas gracias!, ¡muchísimas gracias!
you went and told her? thanks a lot! (iro) → ¡y se lo dijiste!, ¡gracias, hombre! (iro)
see also bunch

thanks

[ˈθæŋks]
exclmerci!
thanks a lot! → merci beaucoup!
no, thanks → non merci
thanks for ... → merci pour ...
Thanks for the information → Merci pour les renseignements.
many thanks → un grand merci
Many thanks for your help → Un grand merci pour ton aide.
npl
(= gratitude) → remerciements mpl
to give sb one's thanks → remercier qn
to give thanks (to God)rendre grâce
thanks to → grâce à
Thanks to him, everything went OK → Grâce à lui, tout s'est bien passé.
no thanks to sb/sth → pas grâce à qn/qch
it's no thanks to sb/sth → ce n'est pas grâce à qn/qch

thanks

pl
Dank m; to accept something with thanksetw dankend or mit Dank annehmen; and that’s all the thanks I getund das ist jetzt der Dank dafür; to give thanks to GodGott danksagen or Dank sagen; thanks be to God (Eccl) → Dank sei Gott
thanks towegen (+gen); (with positive cause also) → dank (+gen); thanks to his coming early …weil er so früh kam, …; it’s all thanks to you that we’re so latebloß deinetwegen kommen wir so spät; it was no thanks to him that …ich hatte/wir hatten etc es nicht ihm zu verdanken, dass …; you managed it then — yes, no thanks to youdu hast es also doch geschafft — ja, und das habe ich ganz bestimmt nicht dir zu verdanken
interj (inf)danke (for für); many thanksvielen or herzlichen Dank (for für); thanks a lot or a millionvielen or tausend Dank; (iro)(na,) vielen Dank (inf); thanks for nothing! (iro)vielen Dank auch!; will you have some more? — no thanks/yes, thanksetwas mehr? — nein/ja, danke

thanks

[θæŋks]
1. nplringraziamenti mpl, grazie m inv
thanks to → grazie a
that's all the thanks I get! → bel ringraziamento!
thanks to you ... (also) (iro) → grazie a te...
it's all thanks to (also) (iro) → è tutto merito di
it's small or no thanks to you that ... → non è certo per merito tuo se...
thanks be to God → rendiamo grazie a Dio
2. exclgrazie!
(very) many thanks → grazie mille

thank

(θӕŋk) verb
to express appreciation or gratitude to (someone) for a favour, service, gift etc. He thanked me for the present; She thanked him for inviting her.
ˈthankful adjective
grateful; relieved and happy. He was thankful that the journey was over; a thankful sigh.
ˈthankfully adverb
ˈthankfulness noun
ˈthankless adjective
for which no-one is grateful. Collecting taxes is a thankless task.
ˈthanklessly adverb
ˈthanklessness noun
thanks noun plural
expression(s) of gratitude. I really didn't expect any thanks for helping them.
interjection
thank you. Thanks (very much) for your present; Thanks a lot!; No, thanks; Yes, thanks.
ˈthanksgiving noun
the act of giving thanks, especially to God, eg in a church service. a service of thanksgiving.
Thanksˈgiving noun
(also Thanksgiving Day) in the United States, a special day (the fourth Thursday in November) for giving thanks to God.
thanks to
because of. Thanks to the bad weather, our journey was very uncomfortable.
thank you
I thank you. Thank you (very much) for your present; No, thank you.

thanks

n., pl. gracias; agradecimiento, gratitud.
References in classic literature ?
Having warbled his thanks and put the potions in his boots, Hugo departed, and Hagar informed the audience that as he had killed a few of her friends in times past, she had cursed him, and intends to thwart his plans, and be revenged on him.
Though, without boasting, I may say that he has not had as much experience as I have had, thanks to you, Tom, when you helped me find the lost city of Pelone.
He gave thanks for our food and comfort, and prayed for the poor and destitute in great cities, where the struggle for life was harder than it was here with us.
She arose, and bowing her stiff, lofty bow, she went away, stopping for neither, thanks nor applause.
Several English gentlemen there, being sensible of my adverse fortune, and touched with human sympathy, generously offered a friendly supply for my wants, which I refused, with many thanks for their kindness; adding, that I never expected it would be in my power to recompense such unmerited generosity.
Small thanks were due to the books, however, if the girl's readings were in any degree more successful than her elderly cousin's.
I walked in a world of their invention--they had no occasion whatever to draw upon mine; so that my time was taken only with being, for them, some remarkable person or thing that the game of the moment required and that was merely, thanks to my superior, my exalted stamp, a happy and highly distinguished sinecure.
When gliding by the Bashee isles we emerged at last upon the great South Sea; were it not for other things, I could have greeted my dear Pacific with uncounted thanks, for now the long supplication of my youth was answered; that serene ocean rolled eastwards from me a thousand leagues of blue.
Since then I have seen many horses much alarmed and restive at the sight or sound of a steam engine; but thanks to my good master's care, I am as fearless at railway stations as in my own stable.
I know more about business than he does; I am a better manager than he is; I can read better than he can; I can write a better hand,--and I've learned it all myself, and no thanks to him,--I've learned it in spite of him; and now what right has he to make a dray-horse of me?
And for all this, the thanks they got were cuffs and contempt; and so poor-spirited were they that they took even this sort of attention as an honor.
Collins has yet expressed her sense of your kindness in coming to us; but I am very certain you will not leave the house without receiving her thanks for it.