all right!, awright!

exclamation
American
an exclamation of recognition, greeting, approval or admiration. The 'right' is emphasised, high-pitched and elongated when shouted. Used in this way the phrase was originally black American; it was picked up by whites, especially hip-pies, in the late 1960s.

Contemporary slang . 2014.


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