Anytime (=You're welcome)

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Can I say 'Anytime' as a response for 'Thank you' even if I won't have any chances to see him/her again?
  • Orble

    Senior Member
    Australian English
    Yes, I agree with Franco-filly and believe that “anytime” is an acceptable traditional response. Like many of these stock phrases, it isn’t meant to be taken literally.

    Where I come from the usual informal response to “thank you”, in a shop for example, is, “No worries!” which is also not literally meant.
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