I sometimes mix up phrases between English and Afrikaans. In Afrikaans, there's a question "Het jy reg gekry?" Which literally is "Did you come right?"
It means "Did the situation work out?" or "Did things work out?"
Often, the reply is "Ja, ek het reg gekry", or "yes, I came right (with it)". I hear these phrases often in both English and Afrikaans in my bilingual community, since most people are fluent in both languages.
Since I only hear these phrases at home, I don't know if the English versions are common in the wider English-speaking world. Are they common in British or American English?
I googled and found one entry here, but didn't find a significant number of results that indicate it is very common/normal to hear.