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

it's all right for —

phrase

  • 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.’