thank you.: Compare de nada.
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How to use gracias in a sentence
“Muchas gracias,” she said to the crowd, waved, and blew a kiss.Yoani Sánchez: It’s Not Easy Being a Cuban Blogger | Laura Dimon | March 15, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Weld, who ran an epic Senate race against John Kerry in 1996, also said “no, gracias.”Massachusetts Republicans Missing in Action in U.S. Senate Race | John Avlon | February 7, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
But he now made haste to take them out a second time, he knew of no Tenors in gracias.
The rest of the party now came up, and soon after, the visitors took leave; Winthrop rode back across the pine-barrens to gracias.
Oh, a small matter, quite unimportant; it didn't include gracias--Dios.