Definition of 'all right'

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Synonyms of "all right"
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Example sentences containing 'all right'

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Tell me my mum and dad are going to be all right. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I was all right, not bad. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Up to now, it's gone all right. The Sun (2017)My body feels all right just now, so that's positive. Times, Sunday Times (2017)All right, let 's do a simple calculation. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And it was true of cricket all right. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Everything will be all right as soon as he is given the job. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They said it was going to be all right. Martin, April The Guide to Lesbian and Gay Parenting (1993)We literally do not see each other at all right now. The Sun (2012)Hopefully it will be all right until they come back again. The Sun (2009)They could handle their weapons all right but were really civilians in uniform. Stewart, Bob (Lt-Col) Broken Lives (1993) Everything turns out all right in the end. The Sun (2011)It's all right to look like you care. Times, Sunday Times (2016)There's some money to see you all right. Paige, Frances The Glasgow Girls (1994)But it's all right saying that. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He'd see the funny side all right. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But he is a nice guy, so it is all right to like him. Christianity Today (2000)Another 10 of these will see us all right. The Sun (2006)I feel all right but am just bearing up. The Sun (2010) Well that's all right then. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Something has failed all right. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We want to all right. Times, Sunday Times (2008)I'm kind of all right about it now but it was awful. Times, Sunday Times (2007)I'm doing all right just a little shook up. The Sun (2012)I said they would miss her, but it was all right to let go if she wanted to. Siegel, Bernie S. (MD) Love, Medicine and Miracles (1990)His car 's all right, though. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is all right until that happens, so it's been a busy week. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It's all right having sports cars, but you have to earn them and one or two have to do a lot better. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They went along with an all-right body, which was neither too thin nor too heavy, but healthy and functional, for which she was grateful. Susan Elizabeth Philips THIS HEART OF MINE (2001)

Synonyms of 'all right'

satisfactory, O.K. or okay, average, fair
well, O.K. or okay, strong, whole
permitted, O.K. or okay, sanctioned, acceptable
satisfactorily, O.K. or okay, reasonably, well enough
O.K. or okay, right, yes, agreed

Translations for 'all right'

British English: all right /ɔːl raɪt/ ADVERB
If something goes all right, it happens in a satisfactory manner.
Things have thankfully worked out all right.
  • American English: all right
  • Arabic: عَلَى ما يُرام
  • Brazilian Portuguese: está bem
  • Chinese: 良好
  • Croatian: u redu
  • Czech: v pořádku
  • Danish: godt
  • Dutch: in orde
  • European Spanish: bien
  • Finnish: hyvä on
  • French: ok
  • German: gut
  • Greek: εντάξει
  • Italian: va bene
  • Japanese: 申し分なく
  • Korean:
  • Norwegian: greit
  • Polish: w porządku
  • European Portuguese: tudo bem
  • Romanian: bineîn regulă
  • Russian: хорошо
  • Spanish: bien
  • Swedish: okay
  • Thai: อย่างน่าพอใจ
  • Turkish: iyi
  • Ukrainian: все гаразд
  • Vietnamese: tốt tốt đẹp
British English: all right /ɔːl raɪt/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is all right, you mean that it is good enough.
I thought the film was all right.
  • American English: all right
  • Arabic: طَيِّب
  • Brazilian Portuguese: bom
  • Chinese: 尚可的
  • Croatian: dobar
  • Czech: v pořádku
  • Danish: O.K.
  • Dutch: acceptabel
  • European Spanish: bueno
  • Finnish: ihan hyvä
  • French: convenableça va
  • German: ganz gut
  • Greek: εντάξει
  • Italian: bello
  • Japanese: まあまあの
  • Korean: 훌륭한
  • Norwegian: OK
  • Polish: w porządku
  • European Portuguese: bom
  • Romanian: bun
  • Russian: порядок
  • Spanish: bien
  • Swedish: okej
  • Thai: น่าพอใจ
  • Turkish: orta karar
  • Ukrainian: добре
  • Vietnamese: tạm ổn
British English: all right ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone or something is all right, you mean that you find them satisfactory or acceptable.
Is it all right with you if we go now?
  • American English: all right
  • Brazilian Portuguese: tudo bem
  • Chinese: 还成的
  • European Spanish: bien
  • French: d'accord
  • German: okay
  • Italian: che va bene
  • Japanese: 満足のいく
  • Korean: 괜찮은
  • European Portuguese: tudo bem
  • Spanish: bien


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