What can I do for you English meaning?

May 21, 2019 Off By idswater

What can I do for you English meaning?

what can I do you for? spoken used humorously to ask someone how you can help them, especially when you are trying to sell them something → doExamples from the Corpuswhat can I do you for? Good morning, Mitch!

What do you take me for define?

It basically means: “What/who do you think I am.” It means that someone is taking you for granted, asking you to do something menial, patronising you, saying something stupid/ridiculous. For example: A: “I swear I didn’t eat your pizza” B: “What do you take me for, an idiot? Your the only other person here.”

What can I do you out of meaning?

do (someone) out of (something) To swindle, cheat, rob, or con someone out of something.

Can I help you definition?

An offer for assistance, often from a salesperson.

What can I do for you is correct?

In practice, the people who say it usually intend it as a pleasantry. ESL speakers need to be aware that “What can I do you for?” is a joke. The correct expression to use when offering to help someone is, “What can I do for you?”

What does have got to do with mean?

Definition of ‘have got to do sth’ You use have got to when you are saying that something is necessary or must happen in the way stated. In informal American English, the ‘have’ is sometimes omitted. [spoken]

How do you use take off?

You can also say ‘take off’ when you want to remove something such as clothes. He takes off his jacket when he gets home. If you are taking a break from work, you can say you are taking something time off. I took a week off to move house.

How do you use out of?

We use out of as a preposition to talk about movement from within somewhere or something, usually with a verb that expresses movement (e.g. go, come). It shows where something is or was going: You go out of the building and turn right. He pulled a letter out of his shirt pocket, opened it and handed it to her to read.

Can I help you with something meaning?

Is there something I can help you with?: Is there anything I can do to assist you?

What is a stronger word for helping?

1 encourage, befriend; support, second, uphold, back, abet. 3 further, promote, foster. 6 ameliorate. 7 alleviate, cure, heal.