בסדר

HebrewEdit

EtymologyEdit

Root
ס־ד־ר(s-d-r)

From בְּ־(b'-, in) +‎ סֵדֶר(séder, order), probably calque of German in Ordnung, also alles in Ordnung.

AdjectiveEdit

בְּסֵדֶר (b'séder)

  1. all right, okay, O.K., fine
    הכל בסדר?‎‎
    hakól b'séder?
    [Is] everything all right?
    הדקדוק שלו בסדר גמור, אבל קשה להבין אותו בגלל המבטא.‎‎
    ha-dikdúk sheló b'séder gamúr, avál kashé l'havín otó biglál hamivtá.
    His grammar is completely fine, but it’s hard to understand him because of his accent.

Usage notesEdit

  • Grammatically speaking, this is a prepositional phrase, not a true adjective; hence, it doesn’t inflect for gender or number.

AdverbEdit

בְּסֵדֶר (b'séder)

  1. all right, okay, O.K.

InterjectionEdit

בְּסֵדֶר (b'séder)

  1. all right, okay, O.K.; a weakly positive interjection.

DescendantsEdit

  • South Levantine Arabic: بسيدر