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English Meaning(s) for どういたしまして

  1. you're welcome; don't mention it; not at all; my pleasure

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Sample Sentences for どういたしまして

"Thank you." "You are welcome".
"Thank you very much for everything." "You are welcome."
You're welcome.
"Thank you for everything." "You're welcome."
"Thank you for helping me." "Don't mention it."

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どういたしまして   =

どう () means “how”  +  いたしまして ()comes from 致す which means “to do”; usually written using kana alone. 

So, the whole expression could mean (it is "how it happened") , but used, in reply to (ありがとう) to mean(not at all), (don’t mention it) or (you are welcome).

#5 Posted by MedZed over 3 years ago, last modified over 3 years ago
I assume the translation above just gives the meaning, does anyone know the exact wording or how that saying became what it is ( in case its just meaning). Its not vitaly important but if someone isbored....
#4 Posted by Adachi over 7 years ago

They are interchangable and pronounced the same. I think special characters like 'ō' are used when available but in their absence 'ou' works. 


#3 Posted by 40Hands1Man over 9 years ago

sorry....I try to learn while use this site and google translate. On this one last  I found this word so: "Dōitashimashite" and here "douitashimashite". Why?


#2 Posted by daniel-san over 9 years ago

I try to learn will use this site and google translate. On this one I found this match so: "Dōitashimashite". Why?

#1 Posted by daniel-san over 9 years ago

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