de nada means You're welcome
Well de nada does mean your welcome but just plan nada means none.
If you mean You are welcome, it is 'De nada'
De Nada is Spanish, not Welsh. It means "you're welcome" or "it's nothing".
De nada is the Spanish phrase that means 'Your welcome' and mi amor is Spanish for 'my love'.Your welcome, my love.
It Spanish ... It mean "of nothing" or in better context thank you ....
It is 'de nada' and would mean "you're welcome" (replied after given some thanks)
DE nada means "you're welcome" or "no problem" in Spanish. It is translated literally as "of nothing." however, d nada I am not sure of.
The English meaning of the Spanish word 'nada' is nothing. A common use of the word in Spanish is in combination with the preposition 'de', which means 'from' or 'of' in English. The Spanish phrase 'de nada' translates into English as the response, 'you're welcome', when the speaker says 'gracias', or thank you.
es nada or de nada
"de nada", "por nada", ¿de qué?, no hay de qué, no es nada.
¡De qué! ¡No hay de qué! ¡No es nada! ¡Por nada!
¡Por nada!¡De nada! ¡No es nada! ¡No hay de qué! ¡De qué!
It means "You're welcome, my friend"
The phrase "de nada" is an interjection. It is used in the US to mean "you're welcome". This is also the Spanish translation for the same phrase.
if it is in terms of you are welcome to my home then bienvenido (welcome) if you mean as in you are welcome from thank you then por nada or de nada.
"No problem/you're welcome, my friend."
Na de na = nada de nada = nothing at all
de nada means its nothing.
It's spelled "de nada", and it literally means "of nothing". In common usage, however, it is the standard response to "gracias", which is Spanish for "thank you". So, "de nada" is the equivalent of "you're welcome".
You say De Nada in Spanish
De-nada [day-nada] (It's nothing)
your welcome in spanish is DE NADA
Nada de que in English means nothing to.
de nada (de-na-d-a)