bit of all right
- Noun. Something excellent. Often heard used with reference to a sexually attractive person. E.g."She's a bit of alright! I'm going to ask her for a date."
English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.
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Bit of all right — something or someone that is more than all right: lovely, eliciting admiration, beautiful even … Dictionary of Australian slang
bit of all right — Australian Slang something or someone that is more than all right: lovely, eliciting admiration, beautiful even … English dialects glossary
bit of all right, a — Highly satisfying … A concise dictionary of English slang
a bit of all right — phrasal chiefly Britain : something or someone regarded with full and hearty approval * * * a bit of all right (slang) A person or thing highly approved of • • • Main Entry: ↑bit * * * a bit of all right see ↑bit, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑ … Useful english dictionary
(a) bit of all right — a bit of all right british very informal phrase used for saying that you think someone is sexually attractive Her boyfriend’s a bit of all right, isn’t he? Thesaurus: sexually attractive man or womansynonym Main entry: bit * * * a bit of all… … Useful english dictionary
(a) bit of all right — British, very informal if you describe someone as a bit of all right, you mean that they are sexually attractive. Cor! She s a bit of all right … New idioms dictionary
a bit of all right Brit. — a bit of all right Brit. informal an attractive or pleasing person or thing. → bit … English new terms dictionary
a bit of all right — British very informal used for saying that you think someone is sexually attractive Her boyfriend s a bit of all right, isn t he? … English dictionary
all right — W2S1 adj, adv, interjection [not before noun] ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(good)¦ 2¦(no problems)¦ 3 do all right (for yourself/herself etc) 4¦(suitable)¦ 5 it s all right 6 it s/that s all right 7¦(permission)¦ 8¦(agreement)¦ 9¦(understanding)¦ … Dictionary of contemporary English
all right — 1 / . ./ adjective, adverb (not before noun) spoken 1 SATISFACTORY satisfactory or acceptable but not excellent: What s the food like? Well, it s all right I suppose, but the place on Melrose Avenue is better. | How s school going, Steve? Oh, all … Longman dictionary of contemporary English