Definition of merci in English:

merci

Pronunciation /merˈsē/ /mɛrˈsi/

exclamation

  • Thank you.

    ‘merci for visiting my blog’
    • ‘Merci for such a wonderful afternoon.’
    • ‘So proud of you my friend, merci for being an inspiration to me and so many others.’
    • ‘Happy birthday Dad, merci for watching over me and my brothers.’
    • ‘Merci for all the kind messages!’
    • ‘Merci, yes, that's my kind of sightseeing.’
    • ‘The presentation did just fine, merci, without such interpretive gymnastics.’
    • ‘Yes , merci, I would like to cancel that transaction.’
    • ‘A huge merci to those who believed in me.’
    • ‘Merci to all the fans for your love and support.’
    • ‘Merci to everybody who was there for me during my recovery.’

Origin

French.