phrase. You use I bet or I’ll bet in reply to a statement to show that you agree with it or that you expected it to be true, usually when you are annoyed or amused by it.
What does the phrase I bet mean?
—said to indicate the listener’s total agreement with a statement “He was so handsome in his new suit.” “I bet he was.”
How do you respond to I bet?
“You bet” was also the response to several other phrases, but could also be a stand alone phrase.
At this time, there are some responses used:
- You are very welcome!
- No problem!
- You bet!
- No, Thank YOU!
- Thank you for the opportunity!
What is the meaning of i bet u?
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.” Words & phrases expressing agreement & acceptance.
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 a bit means?
1. A small amount of anything; also, a short period of time. For example, Here’s a bit of wrapping paper, or It’ll be ready in a bit, or Just wait a bit. [ c. 1600]
Can imagine meaning?
But broadly, I can only imagine means the speaker can think of something hypothetical. The thing has not happened but he can have a picture of it.
Does you bet mean yes?
yes, I agree: “You will pick up Alice after school, won’t you?” “You bet.”
Do you say I bet or I’ll bet?
You can find examples in standard dictionaries for both “I bet” and “I’ll bet” used in this sense, though “I bet” is more common. In our opinion, “I bet” (present tense) sounds more natural when the subordinate construction is in the past tense (“I bet she felt crummy”) or the future tense (“I bet he’ll forget”).
Does bet mean thanks?
(idiomatic, informal) Certainly; you’re welcome; a reply to thank you or to a request. You bet is defined as an expression you use to show agreement. … An example of when you might say “you bet” is when someone asks if you enjoyed the game.
What does you beat me to it mean?
to do something before someone else. When I went to take the keys I found that someone had beaten me to it.
Do you bet on it?
To be certain that something will happen (so much so that one would bet money on it). Oh, Kevin’s never on time, so he will be late tonight—you can bet on it.
What is bet slang for?
“Bet” is used when you’re in agreement with something. If someone makes plans and you say “bet,” that means you are confirming said plan. Don’t Trip.
Can you not hang together in a sentence?
2) Their accounts of what happened don’t hang together. 3) If the opposition party can hang together over the next six months, they might just stand a chance of being elected. 4) It’s better to hang together than separately. 5) Their accounts do not hang together.