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OK {adj} {adv} [coll.]
Internet ight [sl.] [alright]
ok [ugs.] [in Ordnung, okay]
Klaro! [ugs.] [ja]
A-OK! [coll.] [Am.]Alles bestens!
OKin Ordnung <i. O.>
OKo. k.
OK {adv} [coll.] [not too bad / badly]einigermaßen (gut)
OK'd {adj} {past-p} [coll.]genehmigt
OK'ed {adj} {past-p} [coll.]genehmigt
to OK sth. [coll.]
etw.Dat. zustimmen
to OK sth. [coll.]
etw. genehmigen
to OK sth. [coll.]
etw. billigen
to OK sth. [coll.]
etw. gutheißen
to OK sth. [coll.]
etw. bestätigen
OK [coll.]
Zustimmung {f}
OK [coll.]Okay {n} [ugs.]
geogr. Oklahoma <OK> [Sooner State]Oklahoma {n} [US-Bundesstaat]
2 Words: Others
completely OK {adj} [coll.]völlig in Ordnung
Everything's OK!Alles paletti! [ugs.]
I'm OK. [coll.]Mir gehts danke. [ugs.]
It's OK.Ist ja gut. [ugs.]
It's OK.Schon in Ordnung.
Oh, ok.Ach so.
OK then.Also gut.
sb. is OK [coll.]jd. ist schwer in Ordnung [ugs.]
2 Words: Verbs
to be OK [coll.]klargehen [ugs.]
to be OK [everything is OK]in Ordnung sein [alles ist in Ordnung]
to go OK [coll.]klargehen [ugs.]
2 Words: Nouns
high sign [esp. Am.] [coll.]OK-Zeichen {n}
comp. tech. OK messageGutmeldung {f}
automot. engin. OK parts [have passed quality inspection]Gutteile {pl}
comp. tech. OK resultGutmeldung {f}
econ. organizational communication <OC>Organisationskommunikation {f} <OK>
med. ovarian cancer <OC>Ovarialkarzinom {n} <OK>
upper edge <UE>Oberkante {f} <OK>
anat. upper jaw <UJ>Oberkiefer {m} [österr., bayer. auch {n}] <OK>
3 Words: Others
Are you ok?Ist alles in Ordnung bei dir?
comp. Continue with OK.Weiter mit OK.
Everything is OK. [idiom]Alles geht mit rechten Dingen zu. [Redewendung]
I am OK.Mir geht es gut.
idiom It'll be OK.Es wird schon schiefgehen! [ugs.]
3 Words: Verbs
to be OK'd by sb. [coll.]von jdm. das Okay bekommen [ugs.]
to give one's OK [coll.]sein Okay geben [ugs.]
to give sb. the nod [Br.] [Aus.] [coll.] [idiom]jdm. das OK geben [ugs.]
3 Words: Nouns
dent. maxillary anterior toothOberkiefervorderzahn {m} <OK-Vorderzahn> [ugs.] [Oberkieferfrontzahn]
dent. maxillary anterior toothOK-Frontzahn {m} [Oberkieferfrontzahn]
dent. maxillary anterior toothOK-Vorderzahn {m} [ugs.] [Oberkiefervorderzahn]
4 Words: Others
Everything OK with you? [coll.]Alles paletti bei dir? [ugs.]
Everything's ok with me.Alles ok bei mir.
I hope you're OK.Ich hoffe, dir ist nichts passiert.
is OK with usist uns recht
OK, if you like.Ok, von mir aus.
OK, that's settled then.OK, abgemacht!
OK, that's settled then.OK, es ist beschlossen.
Well, maybe a bit.Ok, vielleicht ein bisschen.
4 Words: Verbs
to be OK / okay with sb. [coll.]jdm. recht sein
to be OK / okay with sth. [coll.]etw.Akk. okay finden [ugs.]
to be OK / okay with sth. [coll.]mit etw.Dat. leben können
to see that everything's OK [coll.]nach dem Rechten sehen
5+ Words: Others
He is an OK guy. [coll.] [esp. Am.]Er ist ganz in Ordnung. [ugs.]
comm. idiom It's a bit over, is that ok? [more than you requested]Darf es / darfs ein bisschen mehr sein?
OK ok, you've made your point!Ja, ich hab's jetzt verstanden! [ugs.]
Unverified Ok, I'll let you off, you're quite right. [idiom]Ich will dir mal ausnahmsweise recht geben.
idiom Ok. We do it the hard way.O. k. / O. K., dann eben auf die harte Tour.
That's OK with / by me. [coll.]Das ist mir recht. [ugs.]
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