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copacetic

Line breaks: copa|cet¦ic
Pronunciation: /ˌkəʊpəˈsɛtɪk
 
, -ˈsiːt-/

Definition of copacetic in English:

adjective

North American informal
In excellent order: he said to tell you everything is copacetic
More example sentences
  • But, you know, because it's defending an adulterer, this is just mind-boggling and I can't believe, you know, half of you are copacetic with it and say, oh, well, he might have a chance.
  • But Those 70s ‘stars’ are not so copacetic, according to the Page Sixers.
  • So once that supply line is copacetic, then you're going to see a bigger smile.

Origin

early 20th century: of unknown origin.

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