英 [əʊˈkeɪ] 美 [oˈke]
形容词 好的; 还不错的; 很好的
1. That car goes okay now.
2. Let's go there, okay?
1. " Business is Ok and as usual, " said a Uygur fruits peddler.
2. If they fail to act on the plan, the money could be released as soon as specific projects get the OK.
3. He will return to his squad in Guangzhou if a later physical check in Shanghai proves his health is ok.
4. There are all sorts of scenarios you can think of where the banks come through OK.
5. It is the system's constant hum that reassures passengers the air is still OK.
6. The town's police chief was hit in the head with a crowbar but was OK.
7. The gala premiere of his movie " I am a Cyborg, but that's OK " will be during at the Hong Kong International Film Festival.
8. Franks said Guard troops will check on her twice daily to make sure she's OK.
9. That's OK if they feel depressed and sad psychologically about their imperfection and feel better inside after plastic surgery.
10. Despite Li's obvious disapproval of Chinese players transferring to other international teams, some sports fans think it is ok.
B：When can you come in for an interview?
A：Is (Friday afternoon/ Monday morning/ Tuesday) ok with you?
A：How about going swimming?
B：OK. Where should we go?
A：Why don't we go down to the pool? It's not too far from here.
B：Fine. I'll be ready in a minute.
A：Good morning， ABC Computers， Sally speaking. Can I help you?
B：My name is Lance Stevens. May I speak to your Customer Service manager?
A：I'm sorry， he's in a meeting. May I take a message?
B：When will he be available?
A：I don't know， sir. Would you like to leave a message?
B：No， that's OK. I'll call back.