Very well ... thank you


Very well ... thank you
Mabuti ... salamat

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  • thank you — interjection 1.) used to tell someone that you are grateful for something they have given you or done for you = ↑thanks ▪ Margaret handed him the butter. Thank you, said Samuel. ▪ Thank you very much , Brian. thank you for (doing) sth ▪ It s good …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • thank you — interjection 1.) used to tell someone that you are grateful for something they have given you or done for you = ↑thanks ▪ Margaret handed him the butter. Thank you, said Samuel. ▪ Thank you very much , Brian. thank you for (doing) sth ▪ It s good …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • thank you — interjection 1 used to tell someone that you are grateful for something they have given you or done for you; thanks: Margaret handed him the butter. “Thank you,” said Samuel. | Thank you very much, Brian. | thank you for (doing) sth: It s good to …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • thank you */*/*/ — UK / US interjection Ways of saying thank you: Thanks (a lot/very much) → the most usual way of saying thank you That s very kind of you → a formal way of saying thank you, often used when refusing an invitation Much obliged → a formal way of… …   English dictionary

  • thank you for them —  an answer to an enquiry after absent friends. North. They are very well, I thank you for them …   A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • well — well1 [ wel ] (comparative bet|ter [ betər ] ; superlative best [ best ] ) adverb *** 1. ) in a skillful or effective way: She speaks Japanese well. very/rather/fairly/quite well: He plays the piano very well for someone of his age. a ) in a… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • well — I UK [wel] / US adverb Word forms well : comparative better UK [ˈbetə(r)] / US [ˈbetər] superlative best UK [best] / US *** Collocations: Well is used for making many compound adjectives (=formed from two or more words). In this dictionary, these …   English dictionary

  • well*/*/*/ — [wel] (comparative better [ˈbetə] ; superlative best [best] ) adv I 1) skilfully, or effectively She speaks Japanese really well.[/ex] 2) in a satisfactory way The boys were not behaving very well.[/ex] 3) completely, or thoroughly Shake the can… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • thank — [[t]θæ̱ŋk[/t]] ♦ thanks, thanking, thanked 1) CONVENTION (formulae) You use thank you or, in more informal English, thanks to express your gratitude when someone does something for you or gives you what you want. Thank you very much for your call …   English dictionary

  • well — I [[t]we̱l[/t]] DISCOURSE USES ♦ (Well is used mainly in spoken English.) 1) ADV: ADV cl You say well to indicate that you are about to say something. Sylvia shook hands. Well, you go get yourselves some breakfast. ... Well, I don t like the look …   English dictionary

  • very — [[t]ve̱ri[/t]] ♦ 1) ADV: ADV adj/adv (emphasis) Very is used to give emphasis to an adjective or adverb. The problem and the answer are very simple... It is very, very strong evidence indeed... I m very sorry... They are getting the hang of it… …   English dictionary