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all right

adjective [never before noun], adverb ( also alright)
 
 
GOOD B1 good enough, although not very good
peki, tamam, pekâla
The hotel wasn't brilliant but it was all right. It's a cheap wine but it tastes all right.Quite good, or not very goodSuitable and acceptable
SAFE A2 safe or well
güvende, emin, iyi, sağ salim
I'm all right thanks. How are you? Did you get home all right last night?Safe and secureFit and healthy
that's all right used as an answer when someone thanks you
bir şey değil, rica ederim
"Thanks for cleaning the kitchen." "That's all right."Polite expressions
A2 something you say when someone says sorry to show that you are not angry
önemli değil, boş ver, aldırma, tamam
"I'm sorry - I forgot all about it." "That's all right."Making and accepting apologies
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