Alright meaning

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(informal) Alternative form of all right. Satisfactory; okay; in acceptable order, but not necessarily completely right. Used to distinguish from "all right", which would mean "all correct".
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Alright is defined as a shortened form of the phrase “all right” and it means okay or satisfactory.

Feeling fine but not great is an example of being alright.

Agreeing to something is a situation where you might say alright.

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All right.
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Origin of alright

  • From all +‎ right. Compare Old English eallriht (“all-right, just, exactly”), equivalent to al- (“all”) +‎ right.

    From Wiktionary