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"you're welcome" in British English

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you're welcome

A2 said as a ​politeanswer when someone ​thanks you for doing something: "Thank you so much for ​helping." "You're welcome."
(Definition of you're welcome from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"you’re welcome" in American English

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you’re welcome

used as a ​politeanswer when someone ​thanks you for something: "Thanks for ​returning the ​video." "You’re ​welcome!"
(Definition of you’re welcome from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “you're welcome”
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于回答别人的感谢)别客气,不用谢…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於回答別人的感謝)別客氣,不用謝…
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