What does " you are more than welcome " mean?
- CatherineLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
The same than the one you already know, but emphasized with ' more than '.
- Chi girlLv 71 month ago
It's another way of saying "you're very welcome."
- PeterLv 71 month ago
OK, say you need a wheelbarrow to do some work in your garden, and I have one that I don't use. You ask me if you can have it and I might say "yes you are welcome to it". However, if the wheelbarrow is taking up too much room in my garage and I desperately wanted to get rid of it, the fact that you are willing to take it off my hands, is doing me a great favour, so I would most likely say "you are more than welcome".
- Father of LiesLv 41 month ago
It's a racial slur.