thanks

  • 1 thanks — [thaŋks] pl.n. 〚pl. of ME thank < OE thanc, thanks: see THANK〛 an expression of gratitude; grateful acknowledgment of something received by or done for one interj. thank you thanks to 1. thanks be given to …

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  • 2 Thanks! — Single par GAM extrait de l’album 1st GAM Amai Yūwaku Face A Thanks! Face B Shinkirō Romance Sortie 13 septembre 2006 …

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  • 3 thanks to — • Thanks to the rank stupidity of Steve Gillery s bride to be, he had to hold his stag night on Saturday morning and rush off to the ceremony during half time in the afternoon M. Gist, 1993. This ironic use, in which thanks to is an equivalent of …

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  • 4 thanks — ► PLURAL NOUN 1) an expression of gratitude. 2) another way of saying thank you (see THANK(Cf. ↑thank)). ● no thanks to Cf. ↑no thanks to ● thanks to …

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  • 5 thanks — [thaŋks] pl.n. [pl. of ME thank < OE thanc, thanks: see THANK] an expression of gratitude; grateful acknowledgment of something received by or done for one interj. thank you thanks to 1. thanks be given to 2. on account of; because of …

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  • 6 thanks to — (someone/something) because of someone or something. Thanks to Sandy, I found this great apartment. Thanks to his fitness, Roberto recovered from the injury fairly quickly …

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  • 7 thanks to — ► thanks to due to. Main Entry: ↑thanks …

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  • 8 thanks — index recognition Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 9 thanks — (n.) mid 14c., from THANK (Cf. thank) (v.) …

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  • 10 thanks to — the untiring support of my wife, I ve gotten back on my feet Syn: as a result of, owing to, due to, because of, through, as a consequence of, on account of, by virtue of, by dint of, by reason of …

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  • 11 thanks — [n] spoken or written appreciation acknowledgment, benediction, blessing, credit, grace, gramercy, gratefulness, gratitude, praise, recognition, thankfulness, thanksgiving, thank you note; concepts 60,69,278 Ant. criticism …

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  • 12 thanks be — Thank God • • • Main Entry: ↑thank …

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  • 13 thanks — noun 1. an acknowledgment of appreciation (Freq. 7) • Hypernyms: ↑acknowledgment, ↑acknowledgement • Hyponyms: ↑appreciation, ↑thank you, ↑bow, ↑curtain call …

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  • 14 thanks — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ heartfelt, sincere, warm ▪ grateful (esp. BrE) ▪ personal ▪ Please accept my personal thanks. ▪ …

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  • 15 thanks — thanks1 W2S1 [θæŋks] interjection informal 1.) used to tell someone that you are grateful for something they have given you or done for you = ↑thank you ▪ Pass the salt, please ... thanks. thanks for ▪ Thanks a lot for the drink. ▪ Thanks very… …

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  • 16 thanks — 1 interjection 1 used to tell someone that you are grateful for something they have given you or done for you; thank you: “Pass the salt, please ... thanks.” | thanks for (doing) sth: I d love to go to the party. Thanks for asking me. | Thanks… …

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  • 17 thanks — n. 1) to express; give one s thanks; to say thanks 2) to accept smb. s thanks 3) one s heartfelt, sincere, warm thanks 4) thanks for; to 5) (misc.) many thanks; thanks a lot; I finished the whole job on time, no thanks to you; we completed the… …

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  • 18 thanks — thanks1 [ θæŋks ] interjection INFORMAL *** 1. ) used for telling someone you are grateful for something they have said or done: You re looking well. Thanks. thanks for (doing) something: Thanks for reminding me. Thanks for dinner it was great. 2 …

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  • 19 thanks — thank hank (th[a^][ng]k), n.; pl. {thanks} (th[a^][ng]ks). [AS. [thorn]anc, [thorn]onc, thanks, favor, thought; akin to OS. thank favor, pleasure, thanks, D. & G. dank thanks, Icel. [thorn][ o]kk, Dan. tak, Sw. tack, Goth. [thorn]agks thanks;… …

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  • 20 thanks*/*/*/ — [θæŋks] interjection informal I 1) used for telling someone that you are grateful for something that they have said or done ‘You re looking well. ‘Thanks. [/ex] Thanks for dinner – it was great.[/ex] Thanks for reminding me.[/ex] 2) used for… …

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