[oh-kotsk; Russian uh-khawtsk] /oʊˈkɒtsk; Russian ʌˈxɔtsk/
Sea of, an arm of the N Pacific enclosed by the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Kurile Islands, Sakhalin, and the Russian Federation in Asia. 582,000 sq. mi. (1,507,380 sq. km); greatest depth, 10,554 feet (3217 meters).
/ˈəʊkɒtsk; Russian aˈɔxtsk/
Sea of Okhotsk, part of the NW Pacific, surrounded by the Kamchatka Peninsula, the Kurile Islands, Sakhalin Island, and the E coast of Siberia. Area: 1 589 840 sq km (613 838 sq miles)
[oh-kuh-nou-wuh, -nah-wuh; Japanese aw-kee-nah-wah] /ˌoʊ kəˈnaʊ wə, -ˈnɑ wə; Japanese ˈɔ kiˈnɑ wɑ/ noun 1. the largest of the Ryukyu Islands, in the N Pacific, SW of Japan: taken by U.S. forces April–June 1945 in the last major amphibious campaign of World War II. 544 sq. mi. (1409 sq. km). /ˌəʊkɪˈnɑːwə/ noun 1. a coral […]
[oh-key, oh-key, oh-key] /ˈoʊˈkeɪ, ˌoʊˈkeɪ, ˈoʊˌkeɪ/ adjective 1. all right; proceeding normally; satisfactory or under control: Things are OK at the moment. 2. correct, permissible, or acceptable; meeting standards: Is this suit OK to wear to a formal party? 3. doing well or in good health; managing adequately: She’s been OK since the operation. 4. […]
1. . abbreviation 1. Oklahoma Oklahoma
[oh-kluh-hoh-muh] /ˌoʊ kləˈhoʊ mə/ noun 1. a state in the S central U.S. 69,919 sq. mi. (181,090 sq. km). . Capital: . Abbreviation: OK (for use with zip code), Okla. /ˌəʊkləˈhəʊmə/ noun 1. a state in the S central US: consists of plains in the west, rising to mountains in the southwest and east; important […]