How to Say “Thank you, boss” in Chinese

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How to Say "Thanks, boss!" in Chinese

Do you know how to say “Thank you, boss” in Chinese?

Show Your Appreciation

According to Chinese culture, people should show their sincere appreciation when they receive something nice from whoever they know. Nowadays the word 老板 (lǎo bǎn: boss) is often used to describe people who offer material support in order to satisfy their vanity. Well, we have a phrase for you to learn so that you can use it to show your appreciation when you receive a red packet (红包 hóng bāo) or something precious from a person.

谢谢老板 (xiè xiè lǎo bǎn) = Thank you, boss.

  • 谢谢 (xiè xiè): to thank, or thank you
    老板 (lǎo bǎn): boss
    谢谢老板 (xiè xiè lǎo bǎn): “Thank you, boss.”

In day-to-day use, whoever you’re saying this to doesn’t necessarily need to be your boss. It could be anyone who has given you something nice or done you a favor.

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How to Say "Thanks, boss!" in Chinese

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