thank you


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thank you

or

thankyou

interj, n
a. a conventional expression of gratitude
b. (as modifier): a thank-you card.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Thank you - a conversational expression of gratitudethank you - a conversational expression of gratitude
thanks - an acknowledgment of appreciation
Translations
شكراشُكْرا، أشْكُرَك
děkuji
tak
dankedanke schönvielen Dank
aitäh
kiitos
hvala
köszönöm
òakka òértakk
ačiū
mersimulţumesc
hvala
tack
teşekkür ederimteşekkürlermersi

thank you

nDankeschön nt; he grabbed the book without even a thank-youer riss das Buch ohne ein Dankeschön ntor ohne ein Wort ntdes Dankes an sich; thank-you letterDankschreiben nt

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.
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References in classic literature ?
First let me thank you for all that you have done for me."
'Thank you, sir, I should like it better than any name.'
"Thank you, Adam, for that." The old, man's eyes filled and his voice trembled.
'Sir,' said Mr Tappertit with a low bow, 'I thank you for this condescension, and am glad to see you.
"Brother, I thank you a million times for your more than brotherly welcome, and a million times more to that for your more than brotherly intentions.
'Thank you,' replied Alfred, showing all his teeth.
Laurence, who looked quite taken aback, and held out her hand, saying, with only a small quaver in her voice, "I came to thank you, sir, for..." But she didn't finish, for he looked so friendly that she forgot her speech and, only remembering that he had lost the little girl he loved, she put both arms round his neck and kissed him.
"How d' ye do?how d'ye do?Very well, I thank you. So obliged to you for the carriage last night.
"Thank you, Monsieur Fouquet," said the king politely, "and I am gratified by your intention, for I love good horses; but you know I am not very rich; you, who are my superintendent of finances, know it better than any one else.
"Thank you," said Jamrach, and was about to proceed.
"No, sir, no; I can't do that, thank you, I have only just money enough to get back with.
"It's good, quite good, thank you," said the Frenchman, in French, "but there must be some linen left over.