What is the meaning of the English word
ALRIGHT or ALL RIGHT?
1. an expression of agreement, or emphasis, usually used at the beginning or the end of a sentence, as in example 1
2. okay or satisfactory, but not great (examples 2 and 3)
1. See the STORY Confessions of a Whiner example: It’s a little cold alright.
2. Don’t worry. Everything will turn out all right.
3. I baked a cake yesterday. It was all right for a first attempt.
The merging of all and right to form the one-word spelling alright is first recorded toward the end of the 19th century. Although this spelling is often used, some consider it unacceptable, so for formal writing, it is best to stick with the traditional spelling of all right.