Description: OK is an English word denoting approval, acceptance, agreement, assent, acknowledgment, or a sign of indifference. OK is frequently used as a loanword in other languages. It has been described as the most frequently spoken or written word on the planet. Its origins are disputed. As an adjective, OK principally means "adequate" or "acceptable" as a contrast to "bad"; it can also mean "mediocre" when used in contrast with "good". It fulfills a similar role as an adverb. As …
Description: OK 1 of 3 adverb or adjective variants or okay ō-ˈkā : all right OK 2 of 3 noun variants or okay : approval gave their OK to start the project OK 3 of 3 verb variants or okay OK'd or okayed; OK'ing or okaying : approve sense 2 More from Merriam-Webster on OK Nglish: Translation of OK for Spanish Speakers
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Description: OK! is a British weekly magazine that primarily specialises in royal and celebrity news. Originally launched as a monthly magazine, its first issue was published in April 1997. In September 2004, OK! launched in Australia as a monthly title – the magazine went weekly in October 2006. In 2005, a US version was launched, followed by an Indian edition in May 2006, a Spanish-language version in Mexico in 2006, a Bulgarian-language version in 2007 and a Spanish edition in 2008.
Description: OK: Directed by Ian Lang. With Cameron Judd, Ian Lang, Brandon Zimbelman, Parker Pannell. In the wake of his Mother's death, young Matthew and his Father seek to overcome their grief by moving to a new town to get a 'fresh start', unfortunately, being the 'new kid' is not easy, and Matt quickly finds himself learning that life is not so black and white because 'Everyone has a story'
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Description: History [ edit] In 1956 Axel Damgaard Olsen of Vordingborg, asked the Danish yacht designer Knud Olsen to prepare drawings for a light and fast single-handed sailing dinghy based on conventional plywood construction. The resulting design was named the "OK", using Knud Olsen's initials in reverse. The OK was intended as a preparation class for the Olympic Finn and it has followed its technical evolution ever since.