nincs mit

HungarianEdit

EtymologyEdit

nincs (there is no) + mi (what, here: anything, nothing) +‎ -t (accusative suffix). Ellipsis of nincs mit megköszönni (literally there is nothing to thank for).

PronunciationEdit

PhraseEdit

nincs mit

  1. don't mention it, forget it, no problem, not at all (said in response to an expression of gratitude)
    Coordinate term: köszönöm (thank you)
    A: Köszönöm. – B: Nincs mit.A: Thank you. – B: No problem.
    Synonyms: szívesen (you're welcome), szóra sem érdemes (used especially when someone earnestly thinks something shouldn't have been thanked, e.g. a smile would have been perfectly enough)

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