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thank you awfully

informal A set phrase expressing a lot of gratitude to someone for something; thank you very much. Thank you awfully for all your help these past couple of weeks, Sarah. A: "I've compiles all the data that I could find on these cases." B: "Thank you awfully, Tom. That's a huge help."
See also: awfully, thank

thanks awfully

A set phrase expressing a lot of gratitude to someone for something; thank you very much. Thanks awfully for all your help these past couple of weeks, Sarah. A: "I've compiles all the data that I could find on these cases." B: "Thanks awfully, Tom. That's a huge help."
See also: awfully, thanks
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Thanks awfully.

Thank you very much. John: Here's one for you. Jane: Thanks awfully. Mary: Here, let me help you with all that stuff. Sue: Thanks awfully.
See also: awfully, thanks
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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