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interjection OK pronunciation in American English /oʊˈkeɪ/
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    used for showing that you agree with something, approve of it, or understand it

    "I'd like to buy some new clothes." "OK."

    OK, but I don't see how that proves your point.

    1. a.
      used for asking if someone agrees with what you have just said, or if he or she understands it

      Let's go see a movie tonight, OK?

      So that means that "C" is the best answer. OK?

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    used when you want to start talking about something or want to continue discussing it after a pause

    OK, I think we were looking at page seven.

    OK. Everyone ready?

    Synonyms and related words for this sense of OK

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