a bit of all right(redirected from a bit of alright)
a bit of all right
Physically attractive. (Said of a person.) Primarily heard in UK. As the tall, blond woman in a black dress sauntered across the room, Billy turned to his friend and said, "She's a bit of all right, isn't she?"
a bit of all rightINFORMAL
If you describe someone as a bit of all right, you mean that they are physically attractive. Note: In the first and third expressions, a `bit' is a piece of metal which is held in a horse's mouth by the bridle and reins. `He's a bit of all right, isn't he?' said Isadora, looking at a tall man near the door.