This page is about the conversational phrase much obliged
You can say this if you want to thank somebody very politely or formally.
- After he'd helped her, she said, "I'm much obliged, Mr President."
- When the judge agreed to release my client on bail, I gave a little bow and said, "Much obliged, Your Honour."
The Minister says "Much obliged" when thanking
Contributor: Matt Errey