OK

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Positive
OK

Comparative
none

Superlative
none

  1. You use OK to show that you agree with something.
    "I'll be late tonight, mom." "OK, dear!"
    "You don't have to come tomorrow." "OK, I'll see you next week then."
  2. You use OK to check if someone agrees with you.
    I'm leaving now, OK?
  3. You use OK to show that you are changing topic.
    Does anybody have questions? No? OK, let's look at the homework then.

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Positive
OK

Comparative
more OK

Superlative
most OK

  1. If someone is OK, they are fine or not hurt.
    Oh, sorry! Are you OK? Let me help you.
    Thanks, I'm feeling OK now.
  2. If something is OK, it is good enough, fine, or not bad.
    "Do you like this?" "It's OK, I guess. Do you have anything nicer?"
    "Is it OK if I do it tomorrow?" "Yeah, it's OK with me.
    "How was your day?" "Oh, it was OK--nothing special."
  3. If someone is OK, they are nice.
    He's an OK guy.

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Plain form
OK

Third-person singular
OK's

Past tense
OK'd

Past participle
OK'd

Present participle
OK'ing

  1. (transitive) If you OK something, you approve it.
    The manager has to OK it before I can let you in.
  2. (transitive) If you OK something with somebody, you ask them to approve it.
    Did you OK this with your dad?

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Noun[change]

Singular
OK

Plural
OK's

  1. (countable) (usually singular) If you give something your OK, you approve it.
    We got the OK to go ahead.

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