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

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1. ¡Para servirle!

You're welcome (used in the sense of 'At your service')

2. ¡No hay de qué!

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

3. ¡De nada!

You're welcome (used in the sense of 'It'’s nothing')

4. ¡Por nada!

You're welcome (used in Costa Rica in the sense of 'No problem')

5. ¡Con mucho gusto!

You're welcome (used in Costa Rica, means 'With pleasure')


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