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Ways of agreeing with someone

OK

interjection

used for showing that you agree with something, approve of it, or understand it

of course

adverb

used for agreeing or disagreeing with someone

no

adverb, determiner

used for agreeing with a negative statement or for agreeing to a negative request

yes

noun

an answer that expresses agreement or that gives permission

right

interjection

used for saying that you agree with a statement or accept a suggestion or an order

oh

interjection

used for accepting someone’s answer to your question

done

interjection

used for saying that you will accept the price or offer

okey-dokey

interjection

OK: used for showing that you accept something or agree with something

ditto

adverb

used for saying that you agree with what someone has just said or that your feelings or wishes are the same as theirs

righto

interjection

used for saying that you agree with a statement, or you accept a suggestion or an order

pre-cation

a paid holiday given to a new employee before they start their job

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