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verb
okay  v. t.  To approve; as, the boss okayed my proposal.
Synonyms: approve, ok, sanction.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Okay" Quotes from Famous Books



... "Okay, Colonel!" said Sergeant Bellews bitterly. "You got the right to spoil machines! But if you want them to work right you ...
— The Machine That Saved The World • William Fitzgerald Jenkins

... government scientists. If I would give him the virus, and my notes, he'd start the ball rolling. I know that Washington ball; it's all angles, and doesn't roll worth a damn. I went cold at the thought. Before you can get an okay on anything big from a bureau there, your long, grey beard will be ...
— Revenge • Arthur Porges

... tremendous weight seemed to crush them as the ship was brought out of the dive not more than two hundred feet from the ground. Close to blacking out, Wade nevertheless shot it in as close to the field as he dared. Anxiously he called to Arcot, who answered with a brief "Okay!" The planes loomed gigantic now, their true proportions showing clearly against the brilliant light of the field. A tremendous wave of sound burst from the loudspeaker as the planes rolled across the ground to leap gracefully into the air—half ...
— The Black Star Passes • John W Campbell



Words linked to "Okay" :   confirm, clear, sanction, support, disapprove, plunk for, authorize, back, hunky-dory, okeh, warrant, approve, indorsement, visa, endorse, okey, countenance, endorsement, pass, ok, plump for



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