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OK
oʊ'keɪ
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Being satisfactory or in satisfactory condition.
(名) As a noun
  1. An endorsement.
  2. A state in south central United States.
(副) As an adverb
  1. OK.
HyphenationOK
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确定quèdìngdefinite; certain; fixed; to fix (on something); to determine; to be sure; to ensure; to make certain; to ascertain; to clinch; to recognize; to confirm; OK (on computer dialog box)
hàoto be fond of; to have a tendency to; to be prone to
hǎogood; well; proper; good to; easy to; very; so; (suffix indicating completion or readiness); (of two people) close; on intimate terms
不错bùcuòcorrect; right; not bad; pretty good
可以kěyǐcan; may; possible; able to; not bad; pretty good
没意见méi yìjiànOK, I agree
好的hǎodeOK; yes; good
好吗hǎomaOK?
yes (used by Emperor or ruler); OK; to accede; to assent; (Chinese surname)
不差bùchànot bad; OK
èn(nonverbal grunt as interjection); OK, yeah; what?
好不好hǎo bùhǎo(coll.) all right?; OK?
对不对duì bùduìright or wrong?; Is it right?; OK, yes? (colloquial)
认可rènkěto approve; approval; acknowledgment; OK
zhōngwithin; among; in; middle; center; while (doing something); during; (dialect) OK; all right; China; Chinese; (Chinese surname)
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