okay , OK, O.K., ok
Check that the baby's okay. Vérifie que le bébé va bien.
I'll be okay ça va aller
→ `Don't worry about me,' I said. `I'll be okay.'
are you okay? ça va?
→ You're looking a bit unhappy. Are you okay?
are you O.K. for money? ça ira question argent?
→ It's sure to be expensive there. Are you okay for money?
are you okay? tu n'as rien?
he's okay il n'a rien
(=quite nice) sympa
"What's your teacher like?" -- "He's okay." "Il est comment ton prof?" -- "Il est sympa."
to be okay
(=undamaged) ne rien avoir
The car is OK. La voiture n'a rien.
(=not bad) pas mal
→ The film was okay, but the book was better.
"How was your holiday?" -- "It was okay." "C'était comment tes vacances?" -- "Pas mal."
I guess for a fashionable restaurant like this the prices are OK. Je trouve que pour un restaurant à la mode comme ça, les prix sont OK.
it's OK to ..., It's okay to eat with your fingers. On peut manger avec ses doigts.
That cheese is a bit old. Is it okay, d'you think? Ce fromage est un peu vieux. Il est encore bon tu crois?
(asking for/giving agreement to a suggestion)
Is that okay? C'est d'accord?
Is it okay if I come by myself? C'est OK si je viens tout seul?
to be okay by sb, Is that okay by you? Ça te va (or Ça vous va)?
I'll do it tomorrow, if that's okay with you. Je le ferai demain, si tu es d'accord.
→ I'll have another coffee, if that's okay.
It's O.K. by me. Ça me va., C'est OK pour moi.
Choose whichever one you like, it's okay by me. Choisis celui qui te plaît, c'est OK pour moi.
[manage, play, get on] pas mal
→ We seemed to manage okay for the first year or so after David was born.
to do okay bien se débrouiller
She's doing okay. Elle se débrouille pas mal.
→ We did okay for the first year or so.
→ `Just tell him Sir Kenneth would like to talk to him.'-`OK.' ...
→ `Shall I give you a ring on Friday?'-`Yeah okay.'
→ "I'll be back at a quarter past one." -"Okay. I'll see you then."
"Could you call back later?" -- "Okay!" "Tu peux rappeler plus tard?" -- "D'accord!", "Tu peux rappeler plus tard?" -- "OK!"
(checking that sb understands)
→ I'll be back in fifteen minutes, okay?
→ We'll get together next week, OK?
→ Add them together, divide by five, and you've got the average. Okay? ...
I'll meet you at six o'clock, okay? Je te retrouve à six heures, d'accord?
(=right then) OK
→ OK. Now, let's talk some business ...
→ Tim jumped to his feet. `Okay, let's go.'
Okay, let's go. OK, allons-y.
→ Okay, so I'm forty-two.
→ "What do you know about life in England?" - "Okay, so I wasn't born here, but I've spent a lot of time here."
Okay, there is a slight difference ... D'accord, il y a une légère différence
→ His doctor wouldn't OK the trip ...
→ We are all wondering why the government is suddenly okaying a brand new school on the island.
The bank refused to okay his overdraft. La banque a refusé d'autoriser son découvert.
(=permission) to give sth one's O.K. donner son accord à qch to give the okay to do sth donner son accord pour que qch soit fait → He gave the okay to issue a new press release ... to give sb the okay to do sth autoriser qn à faire qch → The doctor's given him the OK to play on Saturday. to get the okay obtenir l'autorisation → We are ready to start flying to Britain as soon as we get the okay.
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