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she's apples

Everything is, or is going to be, fine or OK; it's grand, don't worry about it. Primarily heard in Australia. Dave: "I hope my speech is OK. I just found out I'm the keynote speaker at the conference!" Jim: "I'm sure she's apples, Dave. With how hard you've worked on it, there's no way it isn't!" A: "And how's my old truck working out for you, Daniel?" Daniel: "She's apples, Grandpa, thank you again for letting me have it!"
See also: apple

she's apples

used to indicate that everything is in good order and there is nothing to worry about. Australian informal
Apples and spice or apples and rice is Australian rhyming slang for nice .
See also: apple

she’s ˈapples

(AustralE, New Zealand, informal) used to say that something or everything is all right: I reckon I’ll sell the car when the suspension gets tired, but for now, she’s apples.This comes from rhyming slang; apples and rice or apples and spice, meaning nice.
See also: apple
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