From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishit’s all rightit’s all rightCOMFORT/MAKE somebody FEEL BETTERused to make someone feel less afraid or worriedIt’s all right, Mommy’s here. →all right
Examples from the Corpus
it’s all right• I think it's all right.• Now, Benny, it's all right.• It's all right but he prefers Cabanaconda.• I will do the opposite, if it's all right by you-and always be glad you came.• It's all right. Mommy's here now.• It's all right, my darling, Mrs Jourdelay's driving us.