ii) As to say, "All is well"; "Very good" etc
"Sound man, sound"
"You see big Davie? He's sound."
2. A synonym for "cool," "awesome," originating in Liverpool, if I recall correctly. Either way, it's mostly used by Scousers.
Note: Please stop complaining about how we're getting the definition wrong, you yanks. Try looking it up on Wikipedia or on Google, you blithering twats.
- "The footy was well sound, weren't it, our Baz?"
- "You self proclaimed 'grammatically correct' yanks are not sound."
Passer-by: "Nah, sorry im all out"
Ned: "Sound mate"
thats totally sound
ah sound count me in!
Sweet dude thats sound!
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when someone/something's really, really 'sound' you say they're 'sound as a pound.' ie they're so sound, they're as trustworthy as the wonderful british currency!!! that's one hell of a compliment.
2) moaning, losing your temper over something. ( as in 'sounding off')
- that's my best mate over there. he's sound as a pound he is.
2) she's sounding off about some crap no one cares about again!!