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accepted When do you use “Cheers” instead of “Thank you” in spoken English?
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comment When do you use “Cheers” instead of “Thank you” in spoken English?
I've tagged the question british-engligh. I am aware that in the US "cheers" is not used as "thank you"
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comment When do you use “Cheers” instead of “Thank you” in spoken English?
I meant the action of sharing your lighter with someone else. I don't know the exact expression.
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