"You're welcome" is a common and polite way to respond when someone thanks you for doing something. So how to say You’re welcome in Spanish? Let’s find out.
How to say You’re welcome in Spanish?
1. De nada = You’re welcome (literally means of nothing/about nothing)
This is the standard way of saying “You’re welcome” in Spanish.
“De” is a preposition that can be translated to "of," "from," "about," "as," or "with," depending on the phrase it modifies.
Nada is a noun which means "nothing."
There is no verb in this phrase. This means that the way it is said or written doesn’t change regardless who you speak to.
You're welcome, my friend
2. Por nada = You’re welcome (roughly translates to it’s nothing)
The fact is that Por nada is not used in every Spanish-speaking country but in various Latin American countries.
3. No hay de qué = You’re welcome (general meaning: nothing to thank for)
This phrase is pretty common. It’s more polite than the phrase “de nada”
4. "a la orden" or "a su/tu orden" = You’re welcome (literally meaning: at your command/at the command)
This phrase means that if there is anything else that you can assist with, you will be very much willing to do it at the person's command.
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5. Other common ways to express your pleasure in Spanish
- Con gusto = With pleasure
- Es mi placer = It’s my pleasure
This should be used if you are trying to get someone’s interest in you or if you are trying to impress. It’s fancy and sparingly said.
You could also simply state “un placer,” or “a pleasure,” to imply that the favor you are being thanked for was a pleasure to perform.
Above is a list of common phrases used to say You're welcome in Spanish. Follow our site to get Spanish to English translation, grammar, and vocabulary lessons.