to agree with one of your running buddies with out appearing to be overly eager; usually used to end a coversation.
Pete Dick: "We gotta get out of here, there is no ass."
The Cooker: "Alright then..."
by Pete Dick February 16, 2008
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Catch phrase of academy award winning actor Matthew McConaughey. Used to confirm that a situation is good
"Are you going to the party later?"
"Alright, alright, alright"
by MacLuvvin May 23, 2017
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A phrase your cross country coach will say
Coach: Are you guys ready to race
Runner: Yep
Coach: Alright Alright Alright
by Definitely Mateo November 16, 2021
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a common greeting used by British. Usually used in conjunction with the word "-mate" e.g.
Bhan: "Alright Mate"
Chod: "Alright"
by ak47 February 25, 2004
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1. used to indicate a positive occurrence
2. used to enhance the word "okay"
3. another form of "okay"
person 1: "okay..."
person 2: "alright!"
by Kevin (gawanagan) Lam May 20, 2005
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Alright + Righteous = Alrighteous

Used alone when acknowledging something that you agree with.
Caitlyn kinda still wiped, so i may head off to bed here
Calvin Alrighteous.
by Splic February 8, 2005
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A contraction of "All right": a (usually friendly) British informal greeting, not always accompanied by the word "mate". It can be used (and this is not an exhaustive list) on its own, followed by the word "mate", or followed by a name: this latter usage is usually more friendly than the others, as it implies that you know that person well enough to use their first name in a cheerful and informal greeting.

It can also be used when questioning the wellbeing of another. However, this will almost always be preceeded by a word denoting that it is a question, e.g. "you".

N.B. If someone passes you and says "Alright", do not respond "Yes". There are a number of accepted responses, such as a simple "Alright", often followed by the person in question's name, the phrase normally spoken in a more assertive tone, as it is a response, not a question.
1. Alright mate
2. Alright Alex
3. Alright
4. You alright?
by Demonic Goldfish May 9, 2007
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