She'll be apples

she'll be apples

Everything will be fine; things will get better; don't worry about it. Primarily heard in Australia. Don't worry about the presentation. She'll be apples, considering how hard you've worked! A: "Things have felt really rocky between me and John lately." B: "She'll be apples, mate. I'm sure it's just the stress of his final exams that's making things hard at the moment."
See also: apple

She'll be apples.

  (Australian informal) also She's apples. (Australian informal)
something that you say in order to tell someone that they do not need to worry and that everything will happen as it should 'What if it rains for the wedding?' 'Don't worry, she'll be apples.'
See How do you like them apples!
See also: apple
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She'll be apples (everything will be OK); the last time a shark killed a swimmer in Sydney Harbour was 1963.