What is slang for fine?
What is slang for fine?
[slang], OK. (or okay), palatable, satisfactory.
What does it mean when someone says noice?
A slang word for “nice”
How do you say OK in a formal way?
How do you say that’s fine?
- very good.
- so much the better.
- that’s good.
- it’s alright.
- it’s fine.
- it’s good.
- that’s alright.
- that’s amazing.
How do you say OK in British slang?
‘Hunky-dory’ – a neat little piece of British slang that means that a situation is okay, cool, or normal. For example, ‘Yeah, everything’s hunky-dory at the office.
What does hunny P mean?
Hundo p means hundred percent, so if I were to be in complete agreement with you, I could say, Yeah dad, hundo p. We wrote it into our show as hunny p.
What does nice mean in a text?
Sure, “nice” tends to mean kind, pleasing, polite and friendly, but it can also still mean something along the lines of “socially acceptable” or even “harmless.” Toss a “too” in front of it, and “nice” resembles its earlier definitions: ostentatious or extravagant.
What can I say instead of OK in text?
What can I say instead of its fine?
What is another word for it’s fine?
|it’s all good||all good|
|that’s all right||don’t mention it|
|it’s my pleasure||certainly|
|that’s okay||it’s the least I could do|
What do Brits call a fart?
Horse and Cart, Raspberry Tart, Hart and Dart, and D’Oyley Carte are all ways to say fart, many originating in England.
How much is Eugene Levy worth?
Eugene Levy’s Net Worth: $20 Million.
What is wrong with the word nice?
The word “nice,” Oxford claims, has pretty negative roots in the Latin “nescius,” meaning “ignorant.” But it really took off in the 14th century as a term for something foolish or silly. The negative connotations ballooned from there. Dive deeper into the Middle Ages, and the meaning deflated.
What does foine stand for in Urban Dictionary?
*YOU CAN ALSO ADD EXTRA O’s FOR EXTRA FOINESS. Omari Grandberry is so FOOOOOOINE. Get a foine mug for your father Günter. “allow it” means to just leave something alone, or don’t worry about it.
Are We missing a good definition for foine?
Are we missing a good definition for foine? Don’t keep it to yourself… The ASL fingerspelling provided here is most commonly used for proper names of people and places; it is also used in some languages for concepts for which no sign is available at that moment.
Where does the word foined come from in English?
[Middle English foinen, from foin, a thrust, from Old French foine, pitchfork, from Latin fuscina, three-pronged fish spear .] American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.