adj. (colloq.) OK to + inf. (it is OK to bring your lunch with you)


n. (colloq.)


1) to give one's OK

2) to get the OK

3) the OK to + inf. (we got the OK to continue)

* * *
(colloq.) ['approval'] to give one's OK
to get the OK
(colloq.) OK to + inf. (it is OK to bring your lunch with you)
the OK to + inf. (we got the OK to continue)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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