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Translation of "all right" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

all right

exclamation (GREETING) 招呼 ( also alright)     UK informal
used to greet someone at the same time as asking whether they are well (打招呼並問好的用語)你好嗎 "All right, John?" "Not bad thanks, and you?" 「挺好的吧,約翰?」「不錯,謝謝。你也挺好吧?」 Welcoming, greeting and greetings
(Definition of all right exclamation (GREETING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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