Thank you and welcome in Spanish in 80 authentic ways (2023)

If you consider yourself a polite person, you must learn how to say thank you and you are welcomeSpanishimmediately.

After all, how else could you show appreciation in Spanish? Saying “thank you” and “you're welcome” are some of the building blocks of society as they help us show each other that we care and appreciate what they are doing for us.

These words and phrases help us acknowledge the humanity in all of us and make our daily interactions less transactional. Without these magic words, life would be dry, cold and maybe even a little rude. So if you haven't yet learned how to say thank you in Spanish, let's show you right now!

We'll cover different ways of saying thank you that you can use in many different contexts. We'll also cover how to say you're welcome in Spanish like a pro without sounding like a robot, by literally saying "you're welcome" every time.

Ready to start? Let's go!

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Why learn how to sayThanksAndYou're welcomein Spanish

To be more polite

You just can't go through life without saying thank you and you're welcome. Otherwise, people might think you're a rude person when you're not!

Even if you keep your daily interactions to a minimum, you should be able to thank people appropriately whenever they help you with anything. And while they may understand what you mean when you thank them in English (and a polite smile goes a long way!), saying the words in their native language shows genuine appreciation rather than a simple commitment.

To expand your vocabulary

There's only a limited number of times we can say thank you and you're welcome before we start sounding like a robot. That's why we tend to use alternative expressions like "Thanks very much“, „you have it!," And "no problem.

The same goes for Spanish. If you are really lookingProgress beyond beginners in the Spanish language, you need to learn at least a handful of ways to say thank you, and you're welcome. There's no better way to impress fluent speakers than to master multiple ways of expressing the same idea!

To show your appreciation to others

Finally, you should want to learn these phrases to show your appreciation for others. We all meet people who help us tremendously or significantly affect our lives. What better way to show our appreciation than by taking the time to sincerely thank them.

We show you a few sentences to say a heartfelt thank you to your loved ones. We'll also cover a few ways to write thank you notes for different occasions, so you can get pen to paper when you really want to show that you're grateful!

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How to say thank you in spanish

First things first: how to put itThanksin Spanish. The direct translation of "thank you" and "thank you" isgracias(grassy-like). This is an acceptable way of showing appreciation in almost any situation, except perhaps in those cases where a simple thank you isn't enough.

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That being said, there are tons of alternative ways to say thank you in Spanish. Some of them includeSpanish jargon, so they will surely help you sound more like a local. Here are some of our favorite ways to say thank you.

EnglishSpanishIPA spellingPronunciationcontext
ThanksGraciasˈɡɾasiasgrassy-likeneutral thank you
ThanksGraciasˈɡɾasiasgrassy-likeneutral thank you
Thanks very muchThanks very muchmuˈʧisimas̬ ˈɣɾasjasMoo-chee-see-mas grasig-wieEnthusiastic thanks.
Thanks againThanks againˈɡɾasjas̬ ðe ˈnweβoGrassy like the day noo-ay-vo
No thank youNo thank youˈnein | ˈɡɾasjasNo grass assNeutral way of saying no thanks. You can combine this with other ways to say thank you, e.g. "No thank you.
Okay thanksOK thanksok | ˈɡɾasjasOkay thank youWhen you accept something and say thank you.
Thank you my friendThank you my friendˈɡɾasjas | it amiˈɣoaGrassy-like me ah-mee-goI thank a friend.
Thank you for everythingThank you for everythingˈɡɾasjas poɾ ˈtoðoGrasartiger Poke-Toe-DohExpressing gratitude to someone for a series of actions.
Thanks have a nice daythank you have a good dayˈɡɾasjas | ˈke ˈtɛ̃nɡas ũm ˈbwɛ̃n ˈdiaGrassy-who kay ten-gas oon boo-and dee-ahThank someone and wish them a nice day.
Thank you for your helpMany thanks for your helpˈɡɾasjas poɾ tw aˈʝuðaGrassy like pore to ah-yoo-daThanking someone who just helped you with something.
thank you for comingthank you for comingˈɡɾasjas poɾ βeˈniɾGrassy-like Pore-Veh-neerThank someone who just visited you.
Thanks very muchThanks very muchˈmuʧas̬ ˈɣɾasjasMoo-chas grasig-wieEnthusiastic thanks.
Thank you so muchThanksˈmil ˈɣɾasjasA grassy placeVery enthusiastic thank you.
Thank you for your businessThank you for your preferencein the aɣɾaðeˈwe are his pɾefeeˈɾɛ̃nsjaLay ah-grah-day-say-mos complain bites-fay-ren-see-ahThank a customer for doing business with you.
thank you for the giftthanks for the gestureˈɡɾasjas poɾ el deˈtaʝeGrasartig wie Pore elle Day-tah-yeThanking someone who just gave you a gift. Note thatDetailused for smaller gifts. For larger gifts, you can use the augmentativegreat detailinstead of this.
Thanks for listeningThanks for your timeˈɡɾasjas poɾ sw atɛ̃nˈsjõnGrassy like pore sues ah-ten-see-onThank customers or guests for listening to an announcement.
Thanks for listening to meThanks for listeningˈɡɾasjas poɾ ɛskuˈʧaɾmeGrassy like Pore es-coo-char-mayThank a friend who just listened to you or gave you advice.
Thanks for your understandingThanks for your understandingˈɡɾasjas poɾ with kõmpɾɛ̃nˈsjõnGrassy like Pore sue come-pren-look-upThank someone for existing. Understanding after an inconvenience.
Thanks in advanceThanks in advanceˈɡɾasjas̬ ðe beforeGrassy like the day an-tay-ma-noThanking someone before they do anything for you or agree to do something for you with the expectation that they will do it.
Thank you for your serviceThank you for your serviceˈɡɾasjas poɾ with sɛɾˈβisjoGrassy like Pore sue ser-vee-see-ohThank someone who is currently serving or has served in the military.
Thank you for your hard workThank you for your hard workˈɡɾasjas poɾ tw ˈaɾðwo tɾaˈβaxoGrassy like pores sue ar-doo-oh tra-ba-hoThank an employee or contractor who has done a lot of (probably) good work for you.
Thank you for your supportThank you for your supportˈɡɾasjas poɾ tw aˈpoʝoGrassy like pore to ah-po-yoThanking someone in a work environment.
Thanks for the birthday wishesThanks for the congratulations on my birthdayˈɡɾasjas poɾ congratulationsˈsjones poɾ my kũmpleˈaɲosGrasartig wie Pore las Fey-lee-see-ta-see-oh-nes pore me coom-play-ah-niosThank you for people's good wishes during or after your birthday.
thank you for being my friendThank you for being a good friendˈɡɾasjas poɾ ˈsɛɾ ũm ˈbwɛn aˈmiɣoGrasartig-wie Poren Ser oon boo-and ah-me-goThanking someone for being a good friend to you.
Thanks for the rideThank you for taking me with youˈɡɾasjas poɾ ˈðaɾme u̯n aβɛ̃nˈtõnGrasartig wie Pore dar-may oon ah-ven-tonThanking someone who just picked you up.
thank you my brotherthank you my brotherˈɡɾasjas | mj ɛɾmaˈnoaGrassy-as, I er-ma-noThank a close friend or a literal sibling.
thanks for the questionthanks for the questionˈɡɾasjas poɾ pɾeɣũnˈtaɾGrasartig-wie Poren-Bet-Goon-TeerThanking someone for asking a very thoughtful question
Thank you for letting me knowThanks for the informationˈɡɾasjas poɾ aˈsɛɾmelo saˈβɛɾGrassy-like pore ah-ser-may-lo saw-bearThanking someone for letting you know about something
You are the best!You are the best!ˈɛɾes ɛl meˈxoɾ‖Eh-res elle may-horeThanking someone by simply saying they are the best
I am grateful to you for what you have doneI appreciate itI aɣɾaˈðɛskoTay low ah-grah-dess-coThis may sound strange in English, but it's a very common way of saying thank you in Spanish
It is valuedThanksse aɣɾaˈðeseSay ah-gra-day-seAnother very common way of thanking someone in Spanish
Very niceVery nicemwj aˈmaβleMy ah-ma-blayIt's very common to tell someone they're nice instead of actually saying itgracias. Or you could combine them into athank you very nice.
CoolCoolˈbwena ˈõndaBoo-eh and on-dahThis is most common in Guatemala, similar to saying "that's cool that you ____" to express gratitude.
OkayOfThe ballVah-layYou will most likely hear this informal way of saying thank you in Central and South American countries.
give itOfOflight upThis word can mean many things in Spanish, but in some countries like Colombia and Argentina, it can mean an informal thank you.
To youAnd youa ˈtiAh TeeWhen someone thanks you, but you want to say that you're the one who should be thanking them.

How to say thank you from the bottom of your heart in Spanish

Sometimes people go above and beyond for you. And when they do, the least you can do for them is say a big thank you back. There are many ways to do this, but here are some of our favorite ways to show genuine appreciation in Spanish.

EnglishSpanishIPA spellingPronunciation
A heartfelt thank youA heartfelt thank youa ˈtoðo coɾaˈsõnOon ah-gra-day-see-me-en-to-toe-doe co-ra-son
I appreciate it from the bottom of my heartThank you from the bottom of my heartte lo aɣɾaˈðɛsko ðe ˈtoðo koɾaˈsõnTay lo ah-gra-des-co day zeh-doe co-ra son
I really appreciate itI really appreciate itunder the aɣɾaˈðɛsko xenwinaˈmeThat's the ah-gra-des-co heh-noo-e-na-men-that
thank you very muchA very big thank youũm mwi sĩnˈsɛɾo aɣɾaðesiˈmjɛ̃ntoOon mooy see-say-ro ah-gra-day-see-me-en-to
Please accept my deepest gratitudePlease accept my deepest thanks.poɾ faˈβoɾ reˈsiβa me more pɾoˈfũndo aɣɾaðesiˈmjɛ̃ntoPore ​​fa-bore ray-see-bah me mas pro-fune-do ah-gra-day-see-me-en-to
I can't thank you enoughI can't thank you enoughˈnein ˈnichts aɣɾaðeˈšeɾle lo sufiˈsbjẽnteKein Poo-ay-doh ah-gra-day-ser-lay lo soo-fee-see-en-tay
That's so sweet of youThat's very nice of youˈeso ˈɛs̬ mwj aˈmaβle ðe su ˈpaɾteEy-so es mooy ah-ma-blay day sue par-tay
I'm beyond gratefulI'm beyond gratefulɛsˈtoi̯ ˈmas ˈke aɣɾaðeˈsiðoEss-toy mas kay ah-gra-day-see-doe
I am forever in debtI will always be in your debtˈsjẽmpɾɛ estaˈɾe ɛ̃n ˈdeu̯ða kõnˈtiɣoSee-em-bete ess-tah-ray con tee-go
Thank you, it means the world to meThanks, that means everything to meˈɡɾasjas | ˈeso siɣniˈfika ˈtoðo ˈpaɾa ˈmiGrassy-as ey-so seeg-nee-fee-kah toe-do pah-ra me

How to write a thank you note in Spanish

In some situations you have to go the wayAwaybeyond a spoken thank you. A handwritten thank you card can be a great way to show someone that you are genuinely grateful for the help they have given you.

Of course, the content of the note needs to be adjusted depending on who it is addressed to. Here are some examples of thank you notes and their context.

Example 1: Business context

This type of thank you letter is used in a business context.

Dear *name*,
Thank you for your advice and time last week. I really appreciate everything you have done to move this project forward.
Dear *name*,
Thank you for your advice and time last week. I really appreciate everything you have done to move this project forward.
Yours sincerely *name*

Example 2: Friendly and general context

This is a good thank you card for a friend or family member. It's very casual and warm, but still polite.

Hello *name*,
How are you doing? I hope you are doing well.
I wanted to take the time to thank you again for all the help you have given me.
I'm sending you a virtual hug!
Best regards, *Name*
Hello *name*,
How are you doing? I hope You are fine.
I wanted to take the time to thank you again for all the help you have given me.
I am sending you a hug!
Greetings, *name*

Example 3: Thank you letter in Spanish for a gift

This is a great example of a thank you message you would send to someone who just sent you a gift.

Hello *name*,
Thank you for the flowers you sent me. I received them and they look beautiful in my office. You really didn't have to!
I really appreciate your gift.
I hope to see you soon and have a nice day!
Thank you *name*
Hello *name*,
Thank you for the flowers you sent me! I received them and they look beautiful in my office. You really didn't have to!
I really appreciate your details.
Hope to see you soon and have a nice day.
Thank you *name*

Example 4: Thank you letter in Spanish to the teacher

This is an example of a thank you letter you would write to a professor at the end of the semester to show your appreciation and thank them for a great semester.

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Dear *professor name*,
I am writing this letter to let you know that I genuinely appreciate your contributions to my academic education and my career. I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned in your classes and appreciate your guidance and guidance.
I hope we can keep in touch and wish you all the best.
Thank you *name*
Dear *professor name*,
I am writing this letter to say that I genuinely appreciate all of your contributions to my studies and career. I thoroughly enjoyed everything I learned in your classes and really appreciate your guidance and direction.
I hope we can keep in touch and wish you all the best.
Thank you *name*

How do you say you are welcome in Spanish?

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Learning how to say thank you is only part of the equation. To be polite, you also need to learn to say you're welcome in Spanish. Here are some of our favorite ways to let someone know you're welcome!

EnglishSpanishIPA spellingPronunciation
You're welcomeYou're welcomeyou are welcomeday near-there
It's nothing!No reason!poɾ ˈnaða ‖Pore ​​nah-da
No problemNo problemˈno ˈai̯ pɾoˈβlemaFor ah-ee pro-blay-ma
Your welcome, my friendYour welcome, my friendhope ˈnada | mj amiɣoTag nah-da, I ah-me-go
At any timeWhenever you wantˈkwãndo ˈkjɛɾasCoo-ahn-do kee-eh-ras
Do not mention itDo not mention itit is mɛ̃nˈsjonesNee lo men-see-oh-ness
Nothing to thank forIt does not matterˈno ˈai̯ ðe ˈkeNo ah-ee day keh
Nothing to be thankful forThere is nothing to be thankful forˈno ˈai̯ ˈnaða ˈke aɣɾaðeˈsɛɾKein ah-ee nah-da kay ah-gra-day-ser
Don't worryDo not worryˈno pɾeoˈkupesNo tay pray-oh-coo-pess
Have fun with!Have fun with!kõn ˈɡusto‖Goose flesh
No problemNo problemˈno ˈai̯ pɾoˈβlemaFor ah-ee pro-blay-ma
With much pleasureWith great joy.kõm ˈmuʧo ˈɣusto ‖Kon moo-cho Gänsezehe
It's my pleasureIt's a pleasureˈɛs ũm plaˈsɛɾEss oon plah-ser
The pleasure is mineThe pleasure is minethe plaˈseɾ ˈis̬ ˈmineElle Play-Ser ess mee-oh
No thank you!Not thanks to you!ˈnein | ˈɡɾasjas a ˈti ‖No grassy tee
At your serviceAt your servicea quality asɾˈβisjoAh sue ser-vee-see-oh
No problemNo problemˈno ˈpasa ˈnaðaNein pah-sah nah-da
Glad that I can helpglad that I can helpɛ̃nkãntaˈðoa ðe aʝuˈðaɾEn-khan-ta-doe Tag ah-you-dar
At any timeWhenever you wantˈkwãndo ˈɣustesKoo-ahn-do Gans-tess
We are here for youWe are here for youwe are ˈpaɾa asɾˈβiɾleEs-tah-moss pah-ra ser-veer-lay
That is why we are hereThat's what we are forˈpaɾa ˈeso ɛsˈtamosPah-ra ay-so ess-tah-moos
GladlyHave fun withkõn ˈɡustoGoose flesh
That's the least I can doThat's the least I can doˈɛs̬ at least ˈke ˈpweðo aˈsɛɾEss lo may-noss kay poo-ay-doh ah-ser
At your serviceto the ordera la ˈoɾðɛ̃nAh la or-den
Happy to helpHappy to helpfeˈlis̬ ðe aʝuˈðaɾFay-Lees a-yo-ad

Frequently asked questions about saying thank you and welcome in Spanish

How do you express gratitude in Spanish?

Spanish speakers tend to be warm and expressive. There are many direct and indirect ways to show your appreciation in Spanish, especially when someone has done something nice for you and you want to make sure they know you're grateful.

The easiest way to show gratitude in Spanish is simply to say thank you:gracias. If you want to go beyond that, you can add a pet name, nickname, or pet name right after. You can say something like thank you my friend in Spanish. Some examples are:

  • thank you friend
  • Thanks buddy
  • Thank you brother

Last but not least, if you want to go beyond that, you can choose the bottom line to express sincere gratitude:Thank you from the bottom of my heart(I am grateful from the bottom of my heart).

How do you thank someone for their kindness in Spanish?

Thank you very much for your kindnessis the correct way to thank someone in Spanish for their kindness. This is a very formal expression that should only be used in formal situations or on youseriouslywant to thank someone for their kindness.

Other less formal and more common ways to thank a friend, family member, or even a stranger for their kindness include:

  • How nice
  • Which type
  • How sweet

You can use any of the three expressions above in casual conversation to show that you think the other person is very friendly.

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How do you thank someone for their concern?

Sometimes people have good intentions but wrong facts. Maybe they think you look sick, but in reality you're just tired. They might even try to be a little nosy and you want to be politely assertive.

If you find yourself in one of these situations, you can tell themThank you for your concern. This sentence is usually followed by "But"along with further explanations. Here are some example sentences:

EnglishSpanishIPA spellingPronunciation
Thank you for your concern, but I think I'm just tired.Thanks for your concern, but I think I'm just tired.ˈɡɾasjas poɾ your pɾeokupaˈsjõn | ˈpeɾo ˈkɾeo ˈdass ˈsolo ɛsˈtoi̯ cancer ‖Grasartig wie Pore zu bete-oh-coo-pah-see-on pay-ro cray-oh kay solo ess-toy khan-sah-doe
Thank you for your concern, but this is a private matter.Thank you for your concern, but this is private.ˈɡɾasjas poɾ tu pɾeokupaˈsjõn | ˈpɛɾo ˈɛsto ˈɛs ˈalɣo pɾiˈβaðo ‖Grasartig wie Pore zu bete-oh-coo-pah-see-on pay-ro ess-toh ess al-go pre-vah-doe
Thank you for your concern, but I can handle this on my own.Thanks for your concern, but I can handle this on my own.ˈɡɾasjas poɾ tu pɾeokupaˈsjõn | ˈpɛɾo ˈʝo ˈpweðo ˈsolo ‖Grasartig wie Pore zu bete-oh-coo-pah-see-on pay-ro yo poo-ay-doh solo
Thank you for your concern, but I do not share your views.Thank you for your concern, but I do not share your views.ˈɡɾasjas poɾ dein pɾeokupaˈsjõn | ˈpeɾo ˈno kõmˈpaɾto tus ˈpũntos̬ ðe ˈβista ‖Grasartig-wie Pore zu beten-oh-coo-pah-see-on pay-ro no come-par-toe toos poon-tos day vees-ta

Thanks very muchfor staying to the end!

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If you made it to the endThank you from the bottom of our hearts!And we're sure that anyone who interacts with you in Spanish will appreciate it too.

Now you know at least 80 ways to say "thank you and welcome" in Spanish! With such a wide variety of words and phrases, you can express your gratitude in almost any context.

We hope you've enjoyed this guide and found it helpful, and if so, you're welcome my friend! As always, feel free to visit usSpanish blogfor even more articles you may find very helpfulLearning Spanish.

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What are other ways to say you're welcome in Spanish? ›

5 Ways to Say “You're Welcome” in Spanish
  • Con mucho gusto → My pleasure (Literally: With much pleasure) Gracias por cocinar hoy. ...
  • Es un placer → It's a pleasure. Mil gracias por lavar mi ropa. ...
  • Por nada → It's nothing. ...
  • No hay de que → Don't mention it. ...
  • A la orden → At your service.

How do you say thank you in an original way? ›

Other Ways to Say “Thank You So Much” and “Thank You Very Much” in Writing
  1. 1 Thank you for all your hard work on this. ...
  2. 2 Thanks again, we couldn't have pulled this off without you. ...
  3. 3 Thank you, you're amazing! ...
  4. 4 I'm so thankful for everything you bring to the team. ...
  5. 9 I appreciate your hard work. ...
  6. 16 Grateful for your support.
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How do you say thank you in 10 different ways? ›

Show Your Appreciation With 25 Other Ways To Say “Thank You”
  1. I'm so grateful.
  2. I appreciate it.
  3. Thanks for your hard work on this.
  4. I couldn't have done it without you.
  5. I owe you one.
  6. Much obliged.
  7. Thanks for having my back.
  8. Please accept my deepest gratitude.
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What are different ways to respond to thank you in Spanish? ›

If someone says thank you, then you can respond by saying con gusto, which means with pleasure or de nada, which means you are welcome. You can also say no hay problema, which translates to no problem in English. You can combine this phrase by saying eres un amor, meaning, you're a sweetheart!

What is a fancy way of saying you're welcome? ›

Now, let's look at less formal ways to say “you're welcome.” They include: don't mention it, it was nothing, sure thing, anytime, and no problem.

What are 3 formal greetings in Spanish? ›

Initial Greetings
SpanishEnglish equivalentFormality
Buenos díasGood morningSlightly formal
Buenas tardesGood afternoonSlightly formal
Buenas nochesGood night/Good eveningSlightly formal
Muy buenas/buenasShort version of all the aboveInformal
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How do you say thank you 100 ways? ›

Personal thank you
  1. I appreciate you!
  2. You are the best.
  3. I appreciate your help so much.
  4. I wanted to thank you for your help.
  5. I value the help you've given me.
  6. I am so thankful for you in my life.
  7. Thanks for the support.
  8. Thanks for all you do.
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How do you say thank you in the most respectful way? ›

Be sure to take the time to relay your gratitude.
  1. I appreciate your help.
  2. I am grateful for your help.
  3. I am so very grateful for your time.
  4. I greatly appreciate your help.
  5. Thank you for such a wonderful contribution.
  6. Thank you for taking the time.
  7. Thank you for taking the trouble to help me.
  8. Thank you for all the help!
Dec 22, 2022

How do you say thank you meaningfully? ›

  1. Thank you again, I really appreciate working with you.
  2. Even though I may not say it all the time, I appreciate all you do.
  3. Thank you again for your support, it made a real difference for me.
  4. Thank you for all that you do.
  5. Thank you!
Nov 17, 2021

What does Bienvenido Bienvenue? ›

Willkommen, bienvenido, bienvenue, you are welcome here.

What should I reply after gracias? ›

The response to gracias that you're most likely to use or hear is de nada (you're welcome), or you could say, if appropriate, a tí (thank you). For greater emphasis you can use no hay de qué (don't mention it).

What's the difference between Bienvenido and de nada? ›

"Bienvenido" is the word for "welcome." However, "You're welcome" is said, "de nada," which loosely translates to "of/for nothing."

How do you respond to cómo estás? ›

When someone asks you ¿Cómo estás? If you feel alright, you say estoy bien; you could also say, estoy muy bien, to give more emphasis, which means “very good” or “very well.” You can also add one extra word, gracias, meaning “thanks”, and estoy bien, gracias; it means “I'm fine, thank you.” 2.


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