Meaning of it's all right for — in English:

it's all right for —


  • Used to suggest that someone is luckier than you.

    ‘it was all right for them! They didn't have to put up with the brat trailing after them’
    • ‘“It's all right for some,” Grandad huffed’
    • ‘Of course, it's alright for him to express such outrage in our free-speech society.’
    • ‘It's all right for you to talk about holding up your head, for you did him up.’
    • ‘It's alright for some in the Trust mind you, Richard Black, head of the Trust, is on 129,000 per year.’
    • ‘It's all right for the dear departed, they swan off without a care in the world.’
    • ‘Oh, I suppose it's all right for a squalid place like this.’
    • ‘Oh, it's all right for him, from his smug look anyone can see that he is enjoying himself.’
    • ‘It's alright for them, they don't know what it's like to work here.’
    • ‘We can't have a hedge but it's alright for them to put a dirty great lump of concrete outside our house.’
    • ‘It's all right for him to say that, he's not the one being bowled at.’
    • ‘It's alright for you, you have got everything you need.’