it's all right

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
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"It's all right, mother," Scott was saving as he kept tight hold of White Fang and placated him.
Be persuasive; don't fret her; tell her it's all right, the matter is in my hands, but it isn't good form to hurry so grave a matter as this.
The Warden, whilst looking them over, glanced once or twice at the Sub-Warden, who had seated himself before one of the open ledgers, and was quite absorbed in adding it up; but he merely repeated "It's all right. I accept it as my doing."
"It's all right, Satan; it's all right," Sheldon assured him.
'It's all right now, Louisa: it's all right, young Thomas,' said Mr.
"It's all right. Get up, and don't be a goose, Jo," was the cavalier reply to her petition.
"Go and bring that boy down to his dinner, tell him it's all right, and advise him not to put on tragedy airs with his grandfather.
'Don't keep saying it's all right,' said Lord Wetherby, irritably.
"It's all right, sir; she will come round," said Matvey.
She didn't want to -- but it's all right now, isn't it, Janet?"
"Gracious heavenly Father--that's the way the ministers say it in church, so I suppose it's all right in private prayer, isn't it?" she interjected, lifting her head for a moment.
Your Poem TEARS IT'S all right to cry when a baby is born When it wakes in the morning to a new day's dawn.
Yet they set it to a soaring, big and bouncy melodic rock buzz so it's all right in the end.
It's all right Pisces, someone has got your back and resolution is on it's way very soon.
It's all right saying it's only 50p down, but that's pounds 1 to go down and up.
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