thanks for calling


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thanks for calling

1. A set phrase said at the end of a conversation on the phone to the person who called. OK, I'll be sure to get plenty of rest. Thanks for calling, Doctor.
2. A polite expression of farewell said to someone after they have come over for a visit. Primarily heard in UK, Ireland. It was so nice to see you, Sarah—thanks for calling!
See also: calling, thanks
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Thanks for calling. Nobody else has asked me how I feel."
That person didn't just look at the training manual and say, 'Thanks for calling. Your business is very important to us, blah, blah, blah.' Instead, she said, 'This is really serious.
"We don't say, 'Thanks for calling Travelers.' We say, 'Thanks for calling the Johnson Agency.'"
Call routing ("Thanks for calling, how may I help you?").
Something to maintain your access like: "Wow, thanks for calling. I'm just delighted that your boss got elected.
When calling from a landline dial: 09015 228 218 When calling from a mobile dial: 6228218 Callers will hear the following: "Thanks for calling The People's Millions.
Dear Audrey: First off, thanks for calling me "sir." I don't get that a lot.
Thanks for calling this important issue to the attention of your readers!
Instead the club's answering machine yielded this message: "Hey and thanks for calling the Funny Bone.
A woman, who answered to the name Deborah, contacted on Deborah McLachlan- Moffat's mobile phone, last night said: "I think you've got the wrong person actually, but thanks for calling anyway." She then hung up.
Thanks for calling when I am sick, coming to every sporting event and meeting every Sunday.