Definition Alright

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Definition

(I'm doing) all right, alright: (I'm doing) OK, fine, well
adverb
Alright (informal and usually used in spoken English) is the contracted form of all right.

alright: OK, I agree
idiom
Can I come too? -Alright. That's fine.

Pronunciation examples
UK: Are you all right? You look rather ill.
US: Alright then, let's go.

Examples

  • "Are you alright, Jenny?"
  • "Icarus : Alright, everybody, settle down, there's no reason to panic, even though this is an emergency, there's no reason to panic!"
  • "Bruno : Are you feeling alright Susie?"
  • "Alright cherie, the courtship is over"
  • "Bob the Brit : Alright, let me see those hands in the air, tough guy!"
  • "Bruno : Alright, just let me put on some music."
  • "Alright, I'll try."
  • "Alright, only one more apology to make and I am done!"
  • "Would it be alright if I go home now?"
  • "ALRIGHT LUV / DARLIN' (Hello madam)"

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