How to say "You're welcome" in Russian? - English-Russian translation


How to say "You're welcome" in Russian?

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HUMAN TRANSLATION
1. Пожалуйста!
pah-ZHA-loos-tah

You're welcome

2. Не за что!
NYEH-zah-shtoh

You're welcome (used in the sense of 'Don't mention it' or 'No problem')

3. Не стоит благодарности!
nyeh STOH-eet blah-gah-DAHR-nahs-tee

You're welcome (used in the sense of 'Don't mention it' or 'No problem')



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