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all right also: alright
American English: /ˈˌɔl ˈraɪt/

Translation of all right in Italian:


  • 1 (expressing satisfaction)
    (film, trip, house, game, outfit)
    the interview was all right
    il colloquio è andato abbastanza bene
    she's all right
    è simpatica
    non è male
    è abbastanza brava o se la cava
    sounds all right to me [informal] (acceptance)
    perché no o ma sì
    is my hair all right?
    ho i capelli a posto?
    you look all right (reassuring)
    stai bene o ti vedo bene
  • 2 (well) See examples:to feel all right I'm all right thanks
    sto bene grazie
  • 3 (able to manage) See examples:will you be all right?
    ce la fai? o te la cavi?
    don't worry, we're all right
    non ti preoccupare o tutto a posto, stiamo bene
    to be all right for
    avere abbastanza
    (money, time, work)
  • 4 (acceptable) See examples:it's all right to do is it all right if…?
    va bene se…?
    would it be all right to leave early? is that all right with you?
    ti va bene? o va bene per te?
    that's all right for young people but…
    passi per i giovani ma…
    it's all right for you
    comodo per te o fai presto a parlare
    that's (quite) all right!
    (non è) niente! o va bene!


  • 1 (quite well)
    (work, function)
    (see, hear)
    to manage o cope all right
    she's doing all right
  • 2 (without a doubt) See examples:she knows, I'm annoyed all right!
    certo che lo sa, certo che sono seccato!
    the car is ours all right
    è proprio la nostra macchina
  • 3 (giving agreement, conceding a point) all right all right! point taken!
    va bene! va bene! ho capito!
  • 4 (seeking consensus) See examples:all right?


(British English) [informal]
  • she's a bit of all right
    è un gran pezzo di fica

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