OK

OK, O.K., okay, okey, okeh

(noun) an endorsement; “they gave us the O.K. to go ahead”

Oklahoma, Sooner State, OK, Okla.

(noun) a state in south central United States

Source: WordNet® 3.1


Proper noun

Ok (plural er-noun)

Alternative form of Ok. Abbreviation of Oklahoma.

Interjection

Ok

Alternative form of OK (okeh)

Anagrams

• KO, ko

Etymology 1

Noun

OK (plural OKs)

Endorsement; approval.

Synonyms

• (endorsement or approval): approval, endorsement, green light, thumbs up, go-ahead

Verb

OK (third-person singular simple present OKs, present participle OKing, simple past and past participle OKed)

To approve.

(computing) To confirm by activating a button marked OK.

Synonyms

• approve

• greenlight

Adjective

OK (comparative more OK, superlative most OK)

All right, permitted.

Satisfactory, reasonably good; not exceptional.

In good health or a good emotional state.

Synonyms

• (all right, permissible): allowed, all right, permissible

• (satisfactory): adequate, all right, not bad, satisfactory

• (in good health or a good emotional state): fine, well

Antonyms

• (all right, permissible): forbidden

• (satisfactory): bad, inadequate, poor, unsatisfactory

• (in good health or a good emotional state): ill, poorly, sick, under the weather, unwell

Adverb

OK (comparative more OK, superlative most OK)

Satisfactorily, sufficiently well.

Synonyms

• (satisfactorily): adequately, satisfactorily

Antonyms

• (satisfactorily): badly, inadequately, poorly, unsatisfactorily

Interjection

OK

Used to indicate acknowledgement or acceptance.

Synonyms: okey-dokey, okeh, okey, k, 'kay, m'kay, A-OK, all right

Used to introduce a sentence in order to draw attention to the importance of what is being said.

Synonyms: now, now then

Used in turn-taking, serving as a request to the speaker to grant the turn to the interrupter.

Etymology 2

Proper noun

OK

United States postal abbreviation for Oklahoma, a state of the United States of America.

Synonyms

• (Oklahoma): Oklahoma, Okla, Okla.

Anagrams

• KO, ko

Adjective

ok

(informal) Alternative letter-case form of OK

Anagrams

• KO, ko

Source: Wiktionary



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