be all very well Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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be all very well

C1 (also be all well and good) used to show that you do not ​agree with something or that you are ​annoyed about something: Patience is all very well as ​long as you don't have to be ​patient for too ​long.
(Definition of be all very well from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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