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you bet

You can be sure; absolutely; definitely. A: "Hey Frank, do you want to come with us to the movies?" B: "You bet I do!" A: "Is it OK if Frank brings his girlfriend?" B: "You bet! Tommy's bringing Sarah as well, so it's no problem at all."
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You bet!

 
1. Inf. Yes. Tom: Are you coming to the party? Jane: You bet! Charlie: May I borrow your hammer? Mary: You bet!
2. Inf. You're welcome. Tom: Thank you. Jane: You bet. Sally: I appreciate it. Mary: You bet.

ˌyou ˈbet

(informal) certainly: ‘Would you like an ice cream?’ ‘You bet!’‘Are you hungry?’ ‘You bet I am!’
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You bet

interj. Yes.; You can bet on it. Can you have two? You bet.
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you bet

Informal
Of course; surely.
See also: bet