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Thread: okey-dokey?


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    okey-dokey?

    what's okey-dokey? I heard people say it several times but I dont know what does that mean~?
    ( i dont know if I spell it right)


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    Re: okey-dokey?

    Hi, wml,
    Yes, the spelling is OK. It means OK= satisfactory, good, correct. There are a lot of variants: Annie Oakley, Dokey, Kayo, oak, okay, okeh etc.
    Bye

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    #3

    Re: okey-dokey?

    Okey dokey is pretty common in British English.


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    #4

    Re: okey-dokey?

    I think americans say it a lot too~


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    #5

    Re: okey-dokey?

    It just a 2-word rhythmic sounding, informal variant of okay.

    Jackie

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