All Right, Okay
adverb, noun, な adjective
The big height of your husband makes everything safe and all right. Nothing you need to worry about when you have your super giant husband around to protect you. This is a really useful word, and it is used all the time. If someone asks: "Are you alright?" you could say in response "大丈夫" to mean you're doing all right.
This is a jukugo word that uses the on'yomi readings of the kanji. You should be able to read this on your own. Watch out for the rendaku.
Is this sun screen safe for babies?
"Achoo!" "Are you all right?"
Anytime is okay. I’ll go with whatever time is convenient for you, so it’s whenever you’d like.