be doing OK

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be doing OK

1. To be feeling fine or coping satisfactorily. Often used as a response to a question about one's wellbeing to indicate that one is relatively well. Oh, I'm doing OK—the grief has begun to lessen with time.
2. To be performing moderately successfully. Thankfully, our business is doing OK this quarter because we've had a lot more sales.
See also: OK

be doing OˈK/oˈkay

(informal) be successful; be making a lot of money: ‘How’s business?’ ‘We’re doing OK, thanks.’They’re doing more than okay with those new restaurants. They’re making a fortune.
See also: OK, okay
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I had to borrow some money too but I am doing okay now.
I have come from two sugars in my tea to one, and I am doing okay.
I set up a small business about eight months ago and am doing okay.
I think my performances could get a lot better then but I think I am doing okay at the moment.
Personally, I sense I am doing okay, but there are still plenty of ways I need to improve," he says.
I came off the bench to play against the Ospreys after Simon (Easterby) broke his hand, but I like to think I am playing well at the moment anyway and am doing okay.
As long as I can live up to my own expectations, I am doing okay," said McIlroy, the youngest player ever to make it to the top-20 of the World Golf Rankings.
I am doing okay and the team are doing well which is the most important thing.
I am playing first-team football now and people are getting to know my name because I am doing okay.
I know I am doing okay, that is the main thing because I am getting constant top coaching.
Whether I am doing okay or not, you've got to look at the team's position: that's what it is all about.
I will not please everybody but if there are more than a handful think I am doing okay, then that will be all right.
But I have really enjoyed what I have done so far I am doing okay and I think that the team we have got here is well capable of staying up".
I am doing okay at school, I don't get wrecked and I don't do drugs, so why can't they just leave me alone?
I am doing okay at school and hope to go to uni and become a lawyer.