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it's all right

Don't worry about something; no need to thank one or apologize for something. A: "Thanks so much for picking up the kids for me, Mom." B: "Oh, it's all right, sweetie." A: "I'm so sorry for inconveniencing you like this." B: "It's all right, I wasn't in any rush." A: "Rebecca, don't touch the gentleman's computer!" B: "It's all right, it's in standby right now, so she can't do anything to it."
See also: all, right

that's all right

Don't worry about something; no need to thank one or apologize for something. A: "Thanks so much for picking up the kids for me, Mom." B: "Oh, that's all right, sweetie." A: "I'm so sorry for inconveniencing you like this." B: "that's all right, I wasn't in any rush." A: "Rebecca! Don't touch the gentleman's computer!" B: "That's all right, it's in standby right now, so she can't do anything to it."
See also: all, right

it’s/that’s all ˈright

used as a response to somebody thanking you or saying sorry for something: ‘Thank you so much for the flowers.’ ‘Oh, that’s all right.’‘Sorry I didn’t call you yesterday.’ ‘Oh, it’s all right — I’d forgotten all about it.’
See also: all, right
References in classic literature ?
"Well, that's all right!...What's the matter, Christine?
That's all right, you're better!...No excitement!...And what a funny house, isn't it, with landscapes like that in it?"
'That's all right, then,' said Nutty, closing the door.
"Oh, that's all right, that's all right, give us a rest; never mind about the direction, HANG the direction -- I beg pardon, I beg a thousand pardons, I am not well to-day; pay no attention when I soliloquize, it is an old habit, an old, bad habit, and hard to get rid of when one's digestion is all disordered with eating food that was raised forever and ever before he was born; good land!
"That's all right. No one thinks you a coward, but that's not the point.
Tom says that's all right, he reckoned he could fix it with the head steward; and he done it.
that's all right! But can a man get a drop of the real stuff there?" said a sailor who liked his toddy.
"That's all right," the young man interrupted, "only you mustn't think I'm a gas-bag just because I said a word or two here before Gerry and Olive and you, old fellow."
"That's all right," returned the man's voice, more pleasantly than before.
"Oh, that's all right, then," sighed Pollyanna in relief.
Then he struck a cross-road with a mono-rail at its side, and there was a notice board at the comer with "Wait here for the cars." "That's all right, any'ow," said Bert.
"That's all right," he said, forgetting a very obvious consideration.
"That's all right," said the Stork, who was flying along beside them.
I was 100 percent being myself inside the house, and people either loved me or hated me for it-and that's all right, because that's how life works.
ELVIS: THAT'S ALL RIGHT MAMA 60 YEARS ON (9pm BBC 4) THIS is a filmed, TV version of the anniversary event that was broadcast on July 5 on Radio 2.