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Used to express assent, agreement, or acceptance,
  1. Used to express assent, agreement, or acceptance
    • - OK, I'll pass on your message
    • - OK, OK, I give in
  2. Used to introduce an utterance
    • - “OK, let's go.”
Abbreviation
  1. Oklahoma (in official postal use)

Noun
  1. An authorization or approval
    • - do you know how long it takes for those pen-pushers to give us the OK?
Adverb
  1. In a satisfactory manner or to a satisfactory extent
    • - the computer continues to work OK
Adjective
  1. Satisfactory but not exceptionally or especially good
    • - the flight was OK
  2. (of a person) In a satisfactory physical or mental state
    • - are you OK, Ben?
  3. Permissible; allowable
    • - I'm not sure if it's OK to say that to a teacher
Verb
  1. Sanction or give approval to
    • - the governor recently OK'd the execution of a man who had committed murder

  1. Oklahoma: a state in south central United States
  2. all right: being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition; "an all-right movie"; "the passengers were shaken up but are all right"; "is everything all right?"; "everything's fine"; "things are okay"; "dinner and the movies had been fine"; "another minute I'd have been fine"
  3. very well: an expression of agreement normally occurring at the beginning of a sentence
  4. O.K.: an endorsement; "they gave us the O.K. to go ahead"
  5. OK! is a British weekly magazine specializing in celebrity news. Originally launched as a monthly, its first issue was published in April 1993. In September 2004, OK! publishers Northern and Shell launched in Australia as a monthly title – the magazine went weekly in October 2006. ...
  6. Okay (also spelled OK, O.K.) is a colloquial English word denoting approval, assent, or acknowledgment. "Okay" has frequently turned up as a loanword in many other languages. ...
  7. Ok is the debut release of tabla player and music producer Talvin Singh, and it was nine months in the making. The title was chosen because of the universality of the word OK, which can be understood almost anywhere in the world. ...
  8. "OK" is the second single from British R&B collective Big Brovaz. It was also the second single taken from their debut album Nu-Flow, released in late 2002. The album was re-released two weeks after the release of "OK" with the "OK" radio edit added and bonus tracks.
  9. OK is a Chang Chen-yue vocal album released in 2007.
  10. The OK Dinghy is an international class sailing dinghy, designed by Knud Olsen in 1956.
  11. alternative capitalization of OK
  12. endorsement; approval; To approve; To confirm by activating a button marked OK; all right, permitted; satisfactory, reasonably good; not exceptional; in good health or a good emotional state; satisfactorily, sufficiently well; Used to indicate acknowledgement or acceptance; An utterance ...
  13. (OKS) optokinetic stimulus
  14. Registered domain that is active and available for any operation
  15. 'ONLY WATCHING:' For a seat at "Cock Rock," a classicist, Jock, hocked his clock.
  16. air ticket status that confirmes the passenger’s right to complete his flight
  17. acknowledgement that the person is about to start climbing
  18. LOGI The requested operation was successful.
  19. thumbs up :) The domain is properly transferred and mapped. Your mail, http, etc is working properly. However, you may still experience the effects of a propagation delay as mentioned above.
  20. kr33m b3at3r is only four feet tall, but it’s six feet of climbing if you tack on the way-proud sit start.
  21. Consenting to what is without having to judge, and therefore seperate from it. Extremely useful first step in perceiving anything.
  22. The time has come to put skills you possess that you never knew even existed in SPAM to the test. Read on, young Cheepawan, and find your Inner Cheepness.
  23. Oll Korrect; intentional misspelling of “all correct” from  humorous abbreviation fad begun in Boston in the summer of 1838 and spread to New York and New Orleans in 1839; in 1840 Martin Van Buren’s political opponents used phrase to smear him, saying that it had originated with Van Buren's ...
  24. This is the nominal status value for a domain object at all times, whether or not the domain has pending operations or prohibitions.
  25. Soft key that selects the current menu choice and advances to the next screen.