Ok Definition

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# Sentence Times
1. 'Are you okay?' I asked. She nodded and smiled. 1
2. 'Are you sure it's okay?' she said with an appealing smile. 1
3. 'I'll leave this here, ok?' 'Fine.' 1
4. 'What a terrible place to live, ' muses amateur entomologist Niki Jumpei (Eiji Okada) as he scours a remote desert region for signs of a blister beetle. 0
5. 'Will 2.30 be ok for you?' 'Perfect, thanks.' 1
6. 'You should really have asked me first.' 'Right, okay, fair comment.' 1
7. " ok,'sonny said. " Everybody get rolling. " 1
8. " Okay, there's the cutting board, a knife's in the drawer right below it.' 0
9. " The beneficial effects of green tea lasted for a week, but with black tea, the effect wore off after a day, " said Dr Okello, whose study appears in the journal phytotherapy Research. 0
10. "I feel we have now entered a danger zone, " said World Bank Managing Director Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala of Nigeria. 0
11. "I'm just borrowing your black dress, ok?" said Maxine, without waiting for a reply. 1
12. "I'm okay," she said shakily. 1
13. "It is just a goal, " he said confidently. "If I don't succeed I am okay. I will try again. "Romero has already climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa and Mount McKinley in Alaska among others. 1
14. "It's okay now," he said reassuringly. 1
15. "Sanrio depends on Hello Kitty too much, so it'd be good to add a major character, " said Takashi Oka, a Tokyo-based analyst at TIW Inc. 0
16. "That's ok," she said, trying to hide her disappointment. 1
17. "The car, Annie," said Max rather grimly.— 'So okay. the car. What about it.'. 1
18. "They probably wouldn't let a brat like you in, " I said nastily , "but me and the others would be okay. 1
19. "This earthquake is a lesson in humility," says Emile Okal, a geophysicist at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, who studies great earthquakes and tsunamis. 0
20. "Until January 25, if tourists asked me what I thought about Mubarak I would say, 'He's OK', " Khairy told us. "Now I can say that people had more rights in pharaonic times than under Mubarak." 0
21. $500? ok, it's a deal. Put it there! 1
22. 1945 - World War II: The Japanese battleship Yamato is sunk 200 miles north of Okinawa while in-route to a suicide mission. 0
23. A - ok - tech private enterprise in manufacturing, selling, installation of water treatment whole equipment and automatic system. 1
24. A body was found on Saturday in Okanagan lake 200 miles east of Vancouver. 0
25. A certain someone had a senior moment. But that's okay, because we love him, and we got a free rug out of it. 1
26. A city of eastern Oklahoma on the Arkansas River southeast of Tulsa. Founded in1872, it is a trade and industrial center. Population, 37, 708. 0
27. A city of southeast Florida on Lake Okeechobee west of West Palm Beach. It was rebuilt after a hurricane in 928. Population, ', 77. 0
28. A city of southern British Columbia, Canada, on Okanagan Lake east - northeast of Vancouver andand lumbering area. 0
29. A city of southwest Okinawa, Japan, in the Ryukyu Islands on the East China Sea . It is a port and the commercial center of the islands. 0
30. A city of southwest Okinawa, Japan, in the Ryukyu Islands on the East China Sea. It is a port and the commercial center of the islands. Population, 303, '80. 0
 

Ok

[ˌōˈkā]

EXCLAMATION

okay (adjective)

  - used to express assent, agreement, or acceptance.

ADJECTIVE

okay (adverb)

  - satisfactory but not exceptionally or especially good.

ADVERB

OKs (plural noun) · okay (noun) · okays (plural noun)

  - in a satisfactory manner or to a satisfactory extent.

NOUN

OK's (third person present) · OK'd (past tense) · OK'd (past participle) · OK'ing (present participle) · okay (verb) · okays (third person present) · okayed (past tense) · okayed (past participle) · okaying (present participle) · OKs (third person present) · OKed (past tense) · OKed (past participle) · OKing (present participle)

  - an authorization or approval.

VERB

  - sanction or give approval to.

ABBREVIATION

  - Oklahoma (in official postal use).

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

A-
Afro-
After-
Ambi-
Amphi-
An-
Ana-
Anglo-
Ante-
Anti-
Ap-
Apo-
Arch-
Astro-
Auto-
Back-
Be-
Bi-

List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
-Ate
-En