Translation:Nothing, thank you.
De Nada Describes : You are welcome
So how Nada, gracias describes : Nothing, Thank you???
Nada means nothing. De nada means "you're welcome", but a more direct translation is "its nothing"
Hi, is it correct to say "it is nothing" instead of "you are welcome" (in english)? People actually use that expression?
You could interpret it as "no trouble" as in "it's nothing", "no biggie".
once you said "your welcome"........i sure hope im not too old o watch disney movies......
Yes its a form of courtesy used to exxpress that its not a big deal, or that we sgouldnt make a big deal of it, however they can be interchanged.
So like no problem in engish. Like someone is like thanks for helping me and you're like oh no problem?
Just like in French, you have Q: Merçi A: De rien.
English... Q: Thanks A: It was nothing OR For nothing.
Spanish... Q: Gracias A: de nada
Nada, gracias is the coloquial way of saying De Nada, gracias. Like in English you may say "nite" and the full meaning is "Good night." The phrase "Nothing, thank you." Just doesn't make any sense, unless it's parr of a very specific conversation. "Don't mention it, thanks." would work in Englih, but not just "Nothing, thanks."
The functional translation is "you're welcome" but the literal translation is "it's nothing" which is more akin to "no problem".
I put "none, thanks." and was rejected. Is this correct? If not, what is "none, thanks."?
None does not really translate in spanish from what ive learn its just no and nothing
No. 'nada' by itself, only means 'nothing' in spanish, while 'de nada' means 'thank you' (also in spanish).
i don't really know why they say that, and what i said probably wont help, but you cant blame a girl for trying
De nada" means "You're welcome" in Spanish and "Gracias" means "Thank you" in Spanish, just to let you know Laura :)
I dont know why the app is saying am wrong... Nada means nothing. And gracias thanks. But they wont pass me.
I said nothing, thank you. Then it said Meaning: nothing, thank you??????????????
Does this mean "De nada, gracias"? if so, I would suggest "you're welcome, thanks " but also, "don't mention it, thanks" , as another commenter suggests, or "no problem, thanks " . "Nothing, thanks " is an expression you'd only hear in English to a question like "What would you like to drink/eat?" etc
I clearly hear something between "nada" and "gracias" — it sounds like a short "y"...
Wouldn't it still be the same if you say, "No, thanks" for: "Nada, gracias." Or would it just be: "Nothing, thanks."? I'm a little confused.
De Nada means your welcome and nada means nothing so you dont mean it when you sat im sorry XD
ohh, that is a fix. If they wrote Nada pero gracias then it would make way more sense
Seems to me a native Spanish speaker translated this and gave the "right" answer. I've never heard anyone say, "Nothing, thank you."
I type in the answer exactly as it is above and it keeps telling me I am wrong and keeps repeating the question.
De Nada means thank you...Nada means nothing.. I want to know the meaning of De
de means 'of' Nada means 'nothing' together it's 'of nothing' or it's nothing aka you're welcome.. Gracias means thank you