Alternatives to GRACIAS and DE NADA in Spanish
Politeness is a universal language. Here we teach you other ways to say gracias and de nada in Spanish so you can increase your vocabulary and be very polite when you speak.
|how to thank in Spanish||translation|
|Muchas gracias||Thanks a lot/Thank you very much|
|Mil gracias||A thousand thanks|
|Un millón de gracias||A million thanks|
|Muchisimas gracias||Thank you very much/Thanks a lot|
|Gracias de todo corazón||Thanks from my heart|
|Estoy (muy) agradecido/a||I’m (very) grateful|
|Eres muy amable/Es muy amable||You’ve been (very) kind|
|¡Que amable!||So kind!|
|Se/Te lo agradezco||I appreciate it|
|Estoy en deuda con usted/contigo||I owe you|
|how to reply to thanks||translation|
|De nada||You’re welcome|
|No es nada||It’s nothing|
|Por nada||It’s nothing|
|A la orden||As you wish|
|Con (mucho) gusto||With (a lot of) pleasure|
|Fue/Es un placer||It was/is a pleasure|
|Gracias a usted/tí*||Thanks to you|
|A mandar||At your service|
|A su servicio||At your service|
|No hay de qué||Think nothing of it|
|Feliz de poder ayudar||Happy to help|
Gracias a tí/usted is only advised as an answer to gracias.
Share your experience!
How do you usually say thank you and you’re welcome in Spanish? Which one of these would you like to use next time? Do you know any other ways of saying thank you and you’re welcome in Spanish?
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I came across Es un gusto earlier. Is it possible to use it as another way of replying to Gracias?
Yes!!! ES UN GUSTO is not used in Spain but yes in Latin America... anyway if you said it in Spain you would be understood with no problem, just that it isn't common
Sounds OK for a waiter, but not many other people would say that.
Nice work. It was always a bit of a bland whay only saying "Thank you" In spanish
You could also say "you're welcome" as "el placer es mío" which literally means "the pleasure is mine".