Similar words: oak, of, oh, on, or, CH, Co., cor. Meaning: [‚əʊ'keɪ] n. 1. a state in south central United States 2. an endorsement. adj. being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition. adv. an expression of agreement normally occurring at the beginning of a sentence.
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(1) It's OK, you're among friends now.
(2) I think I did OK in the exam.
(3) The meeting's at 2, OK?
(4) Is cold meat and salad OK for lunch?
(5) Ok, my questions are over, stand down, sir.
(6) OK. I'll tell him that you called.
(7) Don't fret - I'm sure he's OK.
(8) I'd like to have another key, if that's ok.
(9) You look pale. Are you OK?
(10) Are you OK? You're white as a sheet .
(11) Don't cry, Laura. It'll be OK.
(12) OK, you've made your point!
(13) I'll do it my way, OK?
(14) We can't go on pretending that everything is OK.
(15) OK, if that's what you prefer.
(16) OK everybody, today we're going to do a physical fitness test, which will soon sort out the men from the boys!
(17) I'd rather e-mail than phone, if that's OK by you.
(18) Actually I wanted to say on that day,Shall we never get apart,OK?
(19) It doesn't matter is ok, just everything cannot go back. Sentencedict.com
(20) You're looking a little peaky. Are you OK?
(21) OK everybody, it's a wrap!
(22) I've met Jim once, and he seems OK.
(23) Is it OK if I leave now?
(24) Ok, all of us second the motion.
(25) Shall we go for a walk? ——OK,I'm on.
(26) Stop making like you know everything, OK?
(27) I hope the meeting goes OK.
(28) Is it OK for me to come too?
(29) Do you know what's so hard about being too strong? Nobody might care to ask if you are OK.
(30) Give the new arrangements time to shake down - I'm sure they'll be OK.