you bet

 An affirmation meaning surely or certainly. It is considered casual and less-than professional speech.
 ► “ ‘Any new city, any new market poses a revenue risk,’ said Mr. Kelly, ‘but the Florida move does imply we are confident about our finances now and next year, you bet.’ ” (Wall Street Journal, July 14, 1995, p. C17)

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  • you\ bet — • you bet • you bet your boots • you bet your life informal Most certainly; yes, indeed; without any doubt. Used to declare with emphasis that a thing is really so. Do I like to ski? You bet your life I do. You bet I will be at the party. You can …   Словарь американских идиом

  • you bet — • you bet • you bet your boots • you bet your life most certainly, yes, without any doubt You bet your life I will be attending the conference next year …   Idioms and examples

  • you bet! — ˌyou ˈbet! idiom (informal) used instead of ‘yes’ to emphasize that sb has guessed sth correctly or made a good suggestion • ‘Are you nervous?’ ‘You bet!’ Main entry: ↑betidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • you bet — ► you bet informal you may be sure; certainly. Main Entry: ↑bet …   English terms dictionary

  • You Bet! — Infobox Television show name = You Bet! caption = format = Game show picture format = 4:3 runtime = 60mins (inc. commercials) creator = Frank Elstner presenter = Bruce Forsyth (1988 1990) Matthew Kelly (1991 1995) Darren Day (1996 1997) channel …   Wikipedia

  • you bet — adverb an expression of emphatic agreement (Freq. 3) • Syn: ↑and how, ↑you said it * * * you bet (slang) Certainly • • • Main Entry: ↑bet * * * you bet spoken …   Useful english dictionary

  • you bet — or[you bet your boots] or[you bet your life] {informal} Most certainly; yes, indeed; without any doubt. Used to declare with emphasis that a thing is really so. * /Do I like to ski? You bet your life I do./ * /You bet I will be at the party./ *… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • you bet — or[you bet your boots] or[you bet your life] {informal} Most certainly; yes, indeed; without any doubt. Used to declare with emphasis that a thing is really so. * /Do I like to ski? You bet your life I do./ * /You bet I will be at the party./ *… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • You bet. — interj. Yes.; You can bet on it. □ an you have two? You bet. □ You bet; it’s all settled …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • you bet — interjection a) Expresses support, agreement, certainty or emphasis. You bet theyll re run such a successful show next season. b) Certainly; youre welcome; a reply to thank you or to a request …   Wiktionary

  • you bet — I agree. “I think people in that neighborhood are snobs.” “Oh, you bet.” Related vocabulary: you bet your sweet ass, for sure, for certain …   New idioms dictionary

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