'sall good

'sall good

colloquial A shortening of "it's all good," a phrase used to express general approval, unconcern, or disinterest. Steve: "I'm so sorry, John, but I scratched your car when I was parking." John: "’Sall good, Steve. Don't worry about it." A: "Is lasagna all right for dinner?" B: "Yeah, ’sall good." A: "You want the rest of these chips?" B: "Nah, ’sall good. You have ’em."
See also: good
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