English vocabulary and translations (See all)
Alright (informal and usually used in spoken English) is the contracted form of all right.
alright: OK, I agree
Can I come too? -Alright. That's fine.
UK: Are you all right? You look rather ill.
US: Alright then, let's go.
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- "Alright. I'll try something."
- "Edward : Are you alright, Brian?"
- "Bartender : Alright, alright, quit your whining."
- "Philip : Alright Edward!"
- "Bruno : Alright alright, I've heard enough."
- "Glen : Alright everyone, we're approaching the end of our yogic journey."
- "Now I'd like to open the floor for questions and comments, alright?"
- "Here, there's no cash, alright?"
- "Philip : Alright, let's just warm this baby up, and ok, here we go."
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