Informal. OK; perfect:
an A-OK rocket launching.
(informal, mainly US) in perfect working order; excellent
1961, said to be an abbreviation of all (systems) OK; popularized in the jargon of U.S. astronauts. See OK.
Proceeding or functioning properly; giving no cause for worry; copacetic, go: Your X rays are A-OK
: The plan’s going A-OK (1960s+ Space travel)
in perfect condition or order
Shuzo [shoo-zaw] /ˈʃu zɔ/ (Show IPA), 1844–1914, first Japanese ambassador to U.S., 1905–09. Contemporary Examples Aoki says she is surprised by how little attention the education emergency in West Africa has garnered. The Radio Battle to Educate Ebola’s Kids Abby Haglage December 10, 2014 I remember I got paid $4K and spent $7K building Aoki […]
dominant online service of the late 1990s, initialism of America Online, company name from late 1989. Contemporary Examples One top agent notes the last huge merger in the entertainment world that he can remember was between Time Warner and aol. Hollywood’s Coming Culture Clash Kim Masters March 24, 2009 We saw aol dropping in 2002 […]
no; not at all.
aoml Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory