You're very welcome
Thanks for sending me the information!
This page explains what the acronym "YVW" means. The definition, example, and related terms listed above have been written and compiled by the Slang.net team.
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YVW is an acronym that stands for "You're very welcome," which is a common way to respond to the TY acronym that means "Thank you." It is most often used in text messages, but may also be used online on social sites or in chatrooms.
The acronym is an elaboration of the common YW acronym, which stands for "You're welcome" (not "Your welcome"). YVW is not very common, but when it is used it is typically sent by young adults and adults to politely respond to someone who shows appreciation. Since the acronym is rather obscure, it may be confusing to recipients so be sure to use it with people who are familiar with a lot of slang terms.