She'll be apples!

She'll be apples!
everything will be okay

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • She'll be apples. — Australian, informal, Australian, informal something that you say in order to tell someone that they do not need to worry and that everything will happen as it should. What if it rains for the wedding? Don t worry, she ll be apples …   New idioms dictionary

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  • apples — I. n pl 1. female breasts 2. the testicles Apples, like almost all other round fruits, have readily been used as euphemisms for these bodily parts. This type of metaphor may occur as a spontaneous coinage in any English speaking community. 3.… …   Contemporary slang

  • she — /ʃi / (say shee) pronoun (personal), third person, singular, subjective (objective her) 1. the female being in question or last mentioned. 2. used instead of it of things to which female gender is attributed, as a ship. 3. used instead of it in… …  

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  • She's apples — everything is alright …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • she's apples — Australian Slang everything is alright …   English dialects glossary

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