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(Is) everything OK?

Are you all right? How are you? Said when one suspects that the person being addressed is feeling sad or not their usual self. Everything OK? You seem kind of tense today. A: "Is everything OK?" B: "Oh yeah, everything's fine."
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(Is) everything okay?

Inf. How are you?; How are things? John: Hi, Mary. Is everything okay? Mary: Sure. What about you? John: I'm okay. Waiter: Is everything okay? Bill: Yes, it's fine.
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He said he saw a few soldiers resting at some points, and noticed one in particular who was sitting down, but added: "I think maybe if we had walked past another walker who was on their own, you might have gone 'Is everything OK?
The police, they come to us and say, 'Is everything OK?
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But then it started ringing and as I sheepishly answered, I was told it was the police and was everything OK?
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As the plane descended rapidly,heaskedthe54-year-old pilot: "Is everything OK?
As the jet descended rapidly, he asked the 54-year-old pilot: "Is everything OK?
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