an interjection used to show agreement
Related words and phrases:
Two friends are talking on a Friday afternoon...
Friend 1: This seemed like a really long hard week.
Friend 2: I agree. I think it's time to go out and have some fun. Do you agree?
Friend 1: You bet!
Two friends are talking ...
Friend 1: Are you going to be at Brian's surprise party tomorrow?
Friend 2: You bet I will. I wouldn't miss it. It's going to be a lot of fun.
Saying "You bet!" indicates that you agree.
1) Would I pay someone to do most of this for me? You bet! Once I can afford it.
2) The media business is getting hammered by piracy? You bet it is.
3) Would I do it again if I had the chance. You bet. There were times that I wished I had got out.
4) Check. Listen to music apps while texting? You bet.
5) As for chickens not in cages. You bet they kill each other with plenty of room to roam and space.
6) Yes. Do I like heavy metal music? You bet.
7) Will a nuclear Iran be a nightmare for the United States and others? You bet!
8) They particularly dislike marketers. Was I intimidated? You bet.
9) Was it uncomfortable? You bet! Outside my box? You bet!
10) Root for the home team, you bet.
11) Houses are considered real estate, NOT a product. CRAZY?? You bet!
12) So - is " the Law " still valid today? You bet it is!
13) Asked if I knew who she was, I said: ' You bet I do,' but I had forgotten her name.
14) I can't just throw money around, so you bet I'm going to get the best possible service for my dollar.
15) You bet I want out of Jury duty.
16) Does it help some people? You bet. If you are one of these people, use these tips.
17) Did we actually had the ability to configure the window any way we wanted? You bet. Here's how.
18) Is that a more expensive way of doing it? You bet.
19) Think she appreciates that? You bet she does and she wants more!
20) Does anyone have an extra 18 million jobs laying around somewhere? # You bet -- they are all offshore waiting to return to America after we get some leadership.