Synonyms of OK in English:

OK

(also okay)

See definition of OK

exclamation

1‘OK, I'll go with him’

SYNONYMS

all right, right, right then, right you are, very well, yes, very good, fine, agreed

oke, okey-dokey, okey-doke, roger

British righto, righty-ho

Indian acha


adjective

1‘the film was OK’

SYNONYMS

satisfactory, all right, fine, in order, acceptable, up to scratch, up to the mark, up to standard, up to par, competent

adequate, tolerable, passable, reasonable, quite good, fair, decent, not bad, average, middling, moderate, unremarkable, unexceptional

hunky-dory, so-so, fair-to-middling

British dated tickety-boo

North American NZ Australian jake

ANTONYMS

unsatisfactory, unacceptable, inadequate

2‘Jo's feeling OK now’

SYNONYMS

fine, all right, well, in good shape, in good health, fit, healthy, as fit as a fiddle, as fit as a flea, in fine fettle, up to snuff

in the pink

British as right as a trivet

ANTONYMS

ill, unwell

3‘is it OK for me to come?’

SYNONYMS

permissible, allowable, acceptable, all right, in order, permitted, fine, fitting, suitable, appropriate


adverb

1‘‘How's the job going?’ ‘Okay.’’

SYNONYMS

all right, fine, well, well enough, satisfactorily, passably, tolerably, acceptably


noun

1‘he's just given me the OK’

SYNONYMS

authorization, approval, seal of approval, agreement, consent, assent, permission, endorsement, ratification, sanction, approbation, acquiescence, confirmation, blessing, leave, imprimatur

the go-ahead, the green light, the thumbs up, say-so

ANTONYMS

refusal, denial


verb

1‘the move must be okayed by the president’

SYNONYMS

authorize, approve, agree to, consent to, sanction, pass, ratify, endorse, allow, give something one's consent, say yes to, accede to, give something one's approval, give something the nod, rubber-stamp

give something the go-ahead, give something the green light, give something the thumbs up, give something one's say-so

ANTONYMS

refuse, forbid, veto