What can I say instead of greatly appreciated?

What can I say instead of greatly appreciated?

“Thank you, thank you. Greatly appreciated.”…What is another word for greatly appreciated?

thank you thanks
cheers much appreciated
much obliged thanks very much
thanks a lot thanks a million
thanks a bunch thank you very much

What do you mean by greatly appreciated?

Thank you very much. Your support is greatly appreciated.

Is I would greatly appreciate it rude?

The expression, ‘I would appreciate’ is super polite; and using another modal like could is highly recommended. In fact, the OP wrote ‘if you could reply as soon as possible’, again super polite, I can’t fault it.

Would be greatly appreciated in a sentence?

Your donations would be greatly appreciated. If you have any comments or suggestions, they would be greatly appreciated.

Is it would be greatly appreciated a sentence?

it would be greatly appreciated. This is not correct. Don’t use this phrase. Sometimes, English speakers will add “it would be greatly appreciated” to a request to try to make it sound polite.

What kind of word is greatly?

adverb – Word
Greatly is an adverb – Word Type.

What does increased greatly mean?

Verb. To increase dramatically in value, amount or degree. dramatically increase.

Is deeply appreciated?

Something deeply appreciated is profoundly or thoroughly approved. Something dearly appreciated is done so with fondness or affection, which is not the sentiment you want to convey in this case.

What is another word for much appreciated?

much appreciated much obliged; thank you: thank you very much: many thanks: gracias: danke: ta: merci: thank you kindly

Would be much appreciated or will be much appreciated?

The phrase “very much appreciated” is a sentence fragment. It would be correct to use this as a complete utterance if the circumstances were understood by both the speaker and the listener. For example, if somebody does a favor for you, you might say “very much appreciated.”

Would be gratefully appreciated definition?

gratefully- with appreciation; in a grateful manner; “he accepted my offer appreciatively”. appreciatively. unappreciatively, ungratefully- in an ungrateful manner. 2. gratefully- in a thankful manner; with thanks; “he accepted thankfully my apologies”.

Would greatly appreciate?

Using both “would be greatly appreciated” and “is greatly appreciated” are correct, depending on the intention of the phrase. If you would like to ask someone for help or favor and express gratitude before they agree to the task, you use “would be greatly appreciated” as the help or favor has not happened yet.