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de nada, muchacho
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (masculine) (general)
a. you're welcome, kid
Gracias por su ayuda, señora. - De nada, muchacho.Thanks for your help, madam. - You're welcome, kid.
b. you're welcome, boy (masculine)
¡Gracias por salvarme la vida! - De nada, muchacho. Quizá algún día tú hagas lo mismo por mí.Thank you for saving my life! - You're welcome, boy. Maybe one day you'll do the same for me.
c. you're welcome, young man (masculine)
Aquí tienes tu dinero. - Gracias, señor. - De nada, muchacho. Te lo has ganado.Here's your money. - Thank you, sir. - You're welcome, young man. You've earned it.
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