be OK

be OK

To be fine; to be not especially good or bad. A: "How have you been?" B: "Oh, I've been OK." These fries are OK, but they're not the best I've ever had.
See also: OK

(I've) been okay.

Inf. a standard response to a greeting inquiry that asks how one has been. Bill: Well, how have you been, good buddy? John: I've been okay. Sue: How you doing? Jane: Been okay. And you? Sue: The same.
See also: been, okay
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We think at this point Aron will be OK for the start of the season," said Mackay.
I am OK, I will be OK, but a lot of people out there are not and they need to speak to someone.
As its origins are in Christianity, my faith should be OK with it, but the modern church is not, and goes to great lengths to warn congregations about it.