What is the meaning of fine with me?

What is the meaning of fine with me?

that’s fine with me: no problem, it’s OK as far as I’m concerned. idiom.

Which is correct fine by me or Fine with me?

There is no difference in meaning, but “fine by me” is used in informal speech; “fine with me” is the standard English phrase.

How do you say time is fine?

Senior Member. “Anytime” is not a word; it should be written as two words, “any time.” You can say “Any time is OK,” or “Any time would be fine,” or lots of similar things.

Is fine with or for?

You (or another person) can be fine with something like a plan, an idea, a situation. For example: “I’m with with John’s plan to reduce overtime payments.” And: “We’re both fine with the arrangements you’ve made for the Christmas party.” Whereas, something can be fine for something else.

Are you okay with me meaning?

It is OK with me. = I agree with it. It is OK for me.

Do good by me meaning?

: to treat (someone) well The company did well by me when I retired.

Is saying fine with me rude?

It’s not rude or archaic – just informal (so you probably don’t want to use it in business correspondence).

What’s the difference between anytime and anytime?

“Any time” can function as either a noun phrase or an adverbial phrase. “Any time” is always correct. “Anytime” is always an adverb. “Anytime” cannot follow a preposition such as “at.”

Do you say any time or anytime?

When in doubt, write any time as two words. It might look a little old-fashioned, but it won’t be wrong. Anytime is an adverb that means “whenever” or “at any time.” You can use it like you would any other adverb: Call me anytime. Call me often.

Can we say fine for me?

“Fine with me” and “fine by me” are used to express permission, or at least an absence of objection, in a situation where a personal objection might be expected. Timpaec’s “fine for me” works more along the lines of “fine in my opinion” in a situation where an opinion, not permission, was being elicited.