fine by (one)

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fine by (one)

Said when one has no objection to something. A: "Do you want to go out to dinner tonight?" B: "Fine by me." The party got canceled, which is fine by me—I need a night to relax. Hannah said it was fine by her if we start early.
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Fine by us, we don't want it to be over either, toofaced.com
Mars & Snickers Ice Cream, PS3 each, Asda We already love the Mars ice cream bars, but options are always a good thing, so these tubs of caramelly, chocolately and occasionally even peanutty ice cream are fine by us.
Global Banking News-September 16, 2016--Deutsche Bank to fight massive fine by US regulators
"If people want to push us to one side and ignore our challenge, that's fine by us. We're happy going under the radar," said Kopczak.
She has a scar, so she won't be wearing bikinis, which is fine by us," Katherine said.
Any man who can make a scarf look that sexy is fine by us. And let's not get started on the smattering of stubble...
It's time to put the brakes on this theft and tell them it's not fine by us.
'However, some of the clubs requested a change due to the time of the year and that is fine by us.'
If someone wants to address our readers in an ad, that's fine by us. In years past, The Progressive has run ads by GM, the Tobacco Institute, and anti-abortion groups.
Anyone who gets up the noses of the less-honest sectors of The Establishment, as Mark does, is fine by us. It's too soon to say who'll have the whistle blown on them this week (the tape was being studied by lawyers as we went to press), but it's bound to be entertaining, soul-lifting stuff.
Fine by us. Besides, we'll always think of Frechette as David Marshall Grant's lover from thirty-something's gay postcoital scene.
PA) would be slapped with a more 'equitable' fine by US authorities, according to Reuters.
"That's fine by us. We don't want to shout from the rooftops, we want to earn respect and, hopefully the next time it around, people will be talking about Wales."
The former Shamrock Rovers man explained: "People keep seeing us as underdogs and that's fine by us.
Getting tough is fine by us - Kids dumping litter in Newcastle are being targeted by council wardens as part of a major clean up campaign.