WOMAN: Okay, Peter.
adj. to be okay for sth：有足够的某物
Are you okay for money?
Check that the baby's okay.
Are you okay?
I'll be okay.
Are you feeling okay?
I felt okay at first but then I found that I could not move my legs.
I know I will be okay to play on Saturday.
Are you okay to drive?
She isn't overjoyed but she's okay about it.
Were your parents okay about you getting married?
The car is okay.
Is the milk still okay?
Is everything okay between them?
Would you like a cup of tea?—No, thanks, I 'm okay.
What's your teacher like?—He's okay.
He's an okay guy.
How was your holiday?—It was okay.
The film was okay, but the book was better.
Is that okay?
Does that sound okay?
Is it okay if I come by myself?
Is that okay by you?
Choose whichever one you like, it's okay by me.
I'll do it tomorrow, if that's okay with you.
It's okay to eat with your fingers.
He asked if it was okay to smoke.
It's okay for men to wear moisturizer.
Family members insisted it was okay for me to cry.
We seemed to manage okay for the first year or so after David was born.
Everything seems to be going okay.
Are you sleeping okay?
when the agency was doing okay
We did okay for the first year or so.
We did okay in the first half.
He's doing okay, but he's pretty shaken up.
His doctor wouldn't okay the trip.
We are all wondering why the government is suddenly okaying a brand-new school on the island.
The bank refused to okay his overdraft.
I won't go unless my boss gives his okay.
Felicity will have to give her okay before I can talk to you.
He gave the okay to issue a new press release.
The doctor has given him the OK to play on Saturday.
Don't say anything unless I give you the okay.
We are ready to start flying to Britain as soon as we get the okay.