Definition of aight in English:

aight

exclamation

informal US
  • Used to express or ask for agreement or acceptance, or to introduce an utterance.

    • ‘you just let me know, aight?’
    • ‘aight, I'm out’
    • ‘So I'll see ya when I see ya, aight?’
    • ‘Aight, I get the point.’
    • ‘Don't believe the hype, aight?’
    • ‘At the time, T.I. and I were aight.’
    • ‘Aight, show up there bright and early on Monday.’
    • ‘I'm going inside to make sure everything is aight.’
    • ‘Nah, that's aight, I don't drink.’
    • ‘He's aight; he can hold his own.’
    • ‘For now I would just say to handle your business and make your dreams real, aight?’
    • ‘I don't wanna talk about her, if it's aight with you.’

Pronunciation

aight

/äˈīt/ /ɑˈaɪt/ /īt/ /aɪt/

adjective

informal US
  • 1Satisfactory or acceptable.

    • ‘nightlife in Bordeaux was aight—nothing too eventful’
    1. 1.1In a satisfactory physical or mental state.
      • ‘just take it slow, you'll be aight’

Pronunciation

aight

/äˈīt/ /ɑˈaɪt/ /īt/ /aɪt/

Origin

1990s nonstandard spelling of all right, representing a pronunciation.