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a bit of all right

Definition of a bit of all right in English:

British informal A pleasing person or thing, especially a woman regarded in sexual terms: that blonde’s a bit of all right
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  • It might not have been a wonderful contest but he is a bit of all right and I'm thinking more towards the spring rather than Christmas with him.
  • However, Arthur turns out to be a bit of all right - if you like the smell of Dentugrip - so Colleen ends up agreeing to a date!
  • Gotta say, the car chase at the beginning of the Professional was a bit of all right.
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