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English definition of “thanks for nothing”

thanks for nothing

(also thanks a bunch, also thanks a lot)
used to show you are annoyed when someone has done something you are unhappy about or has failed to help you in some way: "I told Dad you'd love to wash his car." "Thanks a lot." Thanks a lot for supporting me. (= You did not support me.)
(Definition of thanks for nothing from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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