Q: What does the expression much obliged mean?

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Well impassive means having, or revealing, no emotion; Still or motionless. So impassive expression should mean that the person isn't showing much emotion

Replace each variable in the expression by its value and then find the value of the expression.

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A Numerical Expression is an expression only using numbers.

An expression is a collection of algebraic terms that does not include an equality sign

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It means "Thank You". To be obliged is to owe an obligation, a debt. "Much obliged" is a cut down form of "I am much obliged to you" which means "I owe you one" which is another way of saying "Thank You."

Much Obliged - 1917 was released on: USA: June 1917

The term is "much obliged".Much obliged means that whatever was done is appreciated

I'm Much Obliged - 1936 is rated/received certificates of: USA:Approved

The cast of Much Obliged - 1917 includes: Rod La Rocque Ernest Maupain Virginia Valli

Pretty much the opposite of when a horse hedonks

Much Obliged

undying gratitude- much obliged

"Nui Loa" is a Hawaiian expression that means "very much" or "a lot." It is often used to emphasize something or to express gratitude or love.

I'm much obliged for the ride. Mr. Weems will oblige us with a song. I'll do anything within reason to oblige.

Replace each variable in the expression by its value and then find the value of the expression.

Well impassive means having, or revealing, no emotion; Still or motionless. So impassive expression should mean that the person isn't showing much emotion