How do you use you bet in English?
used to emphasize a statement or to mean “certainly”: “Are you coming to the party?” “You bet!” used when someone thanks you : “Thanks for your help.” “You bet.
What do we say bet in English?
/bet/ present participle betting | past tense and past participle bet. C1 [ I or T ] to risk money on the result of an event or a competition, such as a horse race, in the hope of winning more money: He regularly goes to the races and bets heavily.
What I bet means?
—said to indicate the listener’s total agreement with a statement “He was so handsome in his new suit.” “I bet he was.”
What’s another way to say I bet?
What is another word for you bet?
|without a doubt||unquestionably|
|without question||without doubt|
Does you bet mean you’re welcome?
(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!” (idiomatic) Expresses support, agreement, certainty or emphasis. …
Is it polite to say bet?
Yes, “You bet!” is a casual way of saying “You’re welcome.” “You bet!” is similar to saying, “No problem.”
How do you reply to bet?
How do you respond to an alright bet? Thank you! It slang for alright or confirming something. You can just respond with bet or not respond at all.
Do you say I bet or I’ll bet?
“I bet” is in Simple Present Tense. This statement if indefinite and not emphatic or forceful. “I’ll bet” is in Simple Future Tense. The use of ‘will’ in the first person indicates guarantee, determination, willingness and emphasises with more force.
Is bet a bad word?
The term “Bet” is slang meaning “Okay” or “Alright” and it is used in response to a statement.
How do you use bet in a sentence?
(1) I bet it will rain soon! (2) I bet I’d win a race between us two! (3) I bet he won’t agree. (4) I bet he’ll be late.
What does bet it up mean?
To make one’s bet
@chromathicca I went to that Instagram post to double check, I now have learned a new slang term “Bet that up” 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.”
How do you say of course in a formal way?
- of course.
What does I bet you mean?
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.”