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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.
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(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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If you play then everything is OK but if you can't - because you are injured or whatever - then you always have problems.
Now everything is OK and I am looking forward to this game.
I pleaded guilty to driving Maggie Jane in the condition she was, but not to dangerous driving' My eyesight is OK and I don't wear glasses when I am driving.
Mrs Ditton said: 'Over night has been pretty worrying but now I'm happy he is OK.
After two operations I want to be sure that everything is OK before I start again - I have not played now for three months.