“Thanks a million” in Irish English. Though normal in international English, the phrase “thanks a million” is conspicuous in Irish English. It’s ubiquitous. It’s real Irish, sort of. It’s the translation of a Gaelic phrase. It’s a generous translation. The original phrase offers only a thousand.
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Phrases and Examples in other entries. thanks » thanks a million informal 1 expressing thanks go raibh míle maith agat, mo mhíle buíochas leat 2 ironic expressing annoyance go raibh míle maith agat
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Go raibh míle míle maith agat (singular) Go raibh míle míle maith agaibh (plural).
In Ireland a simple statement of “thanks” is often not good enough. The Irish love to intensify their expressions of gratitude by adding a few extra words. The Irish are very fond of extra words and adjectives. One of my favorites is ….. “Thanks a million.” My kids often ask me why I say “thanks a million” so often.
thanks – translation to Irish Gaelic and Irish Gaelic audio pronunciation of translations: See more in New English-Irish Dictionary from Foras na Gaeilge. Gaeilge; thanks a million informal 1 expressing thanks go raibh míle maith agat mo mhíle buíochas leat 2 …
Thanks A Million Perhaps you missed it yesterday while your stomach was turning green, but as Kansas City began its festivities IrishKC passed its one millionth view, fittingly on St Patrick’s Day.
Thanks A Million Mon, Feb 19, 2001, 00:00 Sir, – In the four months since my previous visit to Dublin, the previously ubiquitous phrase “thanks a million” seems to have been completely wiped from