OK


OK
(also okay) adj., adv.
VERBS
be, feel, look, seem, smell, sound, taste
do

I think I did OK in the exam. (BrE)

I think I did OK on the exam. (AmE)

go, turn out

I hope the meeting goes OK.

ADVERB
perfectly, quite (esp. BrE), really, totally (esp. AmE)

I'm perfectly OK now, thanks.

PREPOSITION
by sb

John has suggested meeting at six, and that's OK by me.

with sb/sth

Is it OK with you if I come around six?

Are you sure you're OK with the arrangement?


Collocations dictionary. 2013.


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