Expressions used in Everyday Spoken English in Social and Professional contexts
1) agree with something, start or continue talking about something
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Okey-dokey, how about we meet tomorrow at 1?
Okey-dokey is an informal and childish version of 'OK', you can use it instead of 'ok' or show that you agree or would like to talk about or begin doing something else. This is an informal expression almost always used in speech.
Social Examples (Basic)
You want to meet for lunch today? Okey-dokey, how about 1 pm at the place around the corner?
Okey-dokey, that ought to do it. Your car should start without any trouble now.
Professional Examples (Basic)
Oh, you're just about to go into a meeting? Okey-dokey, I'll give you a call later, then.
Okey-dokey, now that's out of the way, let's discuss last month's sales figures.
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