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She'll be right


A casual term used to dismiss concerns or risks raised on the belief it will just work out.

Project Manager Usage Context

An example of usage is as follows: 

Concerned Stakeholder: "What about a rollback plan if there are unexpected issues?"

Project Manager: "Don't worry, she'll be right"

Comments / Tips

When a stakeholder is expressing risks and concerns around your project, would strongly advise against suggesting "She'll be right" or "she'll be alright".

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