The English term "O.K., agreed" matches the Dutch term "in orde"

other english words that include "o_k_" : dutch :
workhouse, almshouse aalmoezeniershuis
mockery aanfluiting
ape, monkey aap
apish, ape-like, monkey-like aapachtig
crockery, earthenware, pottery aardewerk
locked afgesloten
O.K., agreed afgesproken
hard-worked, hackneyed, commonplace, trite afgezaagd
unhook, uncouple afhaken
episode, delivery, exercise-book, notebook aflevering
O.K., chord, arrangement, settlement, agreed akkoord
aconite, monkshood akoniet
workman, laborer, operative, labourer arbeider
workhouse, almshouse armhuis
workplace atelier
rock, swing balanceren
bench, bank, workbench, tressle, easel bank
buttocks bips
blockade blokkade
bookshop boekenwinkel
bookseller boekhandelaar
book-keeping boekhouden
book-keeping boekhouding
booklet boekje
bookshop boekwinkel
blouse, smock, overalls boezeroen
goat, easel, workbench, tressle bok
coach-work, body carrosserie
cocktail cocktail
rock, swing doen schommelen
oak, oaken eikehouten
oaken, oak eiken
crook, rogue ellendeling
monkey-wrench Engelse sleutel
tressle, ass, workbench, donkey, easel ezel
holder, vessel, container, socket foedraal
folklore folklore
work, operate, function functioneren
cloakroom garderobe
cooked gekookt
guide-book, handbook, guidebook gids
handbook, guide-book, guidebook gidsboek
OK, okay, estate, O.K., good, well, correct, ranch goed
good-looking goeduitziend
bracket, clamp, hook, staple, parenthesis haakje
cockfight hanengevecht
work, function, operate het doen
hockey hockey
whore, hooker hoer
holder, socket houder
hardworking, diligent, industrious ijverig
coat, mantle, cloak, overcoat jas
booking-office kaartjesloket
framework, cadre kader
cockroach kakkerlak
notebook, exercise-book katern
overalls, smock, keel, blouse kiel
hit, knock, strike, click, rattle klappen
shamrock, clover klaver
cloakroom kleedkamer
clock, bell klok
cook, boil koken
backside, rump, buttocks kont
stocking kous
croak, caw krassen
flock, herd, collection, livestock, bevy kudde
corkscrew, cork-screw kurketrekker
booklet libretto
whore, hooker lichtekooi
cadre, framework, picture-frame, table, tablet lijst
air-pocket luchtzak
clockwise met de klok mee
monkshood, aconite monnikskap
screw, needlework, fuck naaien
sewing-basket, work-basket naaimandje
industrious, hardworking, diligent naarstig
shopkeeper neringdoende
network, elegant, net, fine, beautifully, handsome net
hardworking, industrious, diligent nijver
works oeuvre
uncooked ongekookt
locked op slot
booklet operatekst
Orkneys Orkney Eilanden
crook, rogue, scoundrel ploert
polka polka
hooker, whore prostituée
framework, window, cadre raam
rocket raket
hoarse, uncooked rauw
clockwise rechtsom
guidebook, handbook reisgids
workbench, cabinet, easel, tressle rek
hock, Rhine-wine Rijnwijn
flock, herd roedel
crook, rogue schavuit
vagina, holder, socket, scabbard schede
shock-absorber schokbreker
tressle, workbench, easel schraag
exercise-book, notebook schrift
strike, knock, hit slaan
lock, castle, hook slot
locksmith slotenmaker
Stockholm Stockholm
overlook, release uitlaten
o'clock, hour uur
guidebook, handbook vademecum
cloakroom vestiaire
diligent, hardworking, industrious vlijtig
folk, nation, people volk
folklore volkskunde
rocket vuurpijl
fireworks vuurwerk
works, vary, ferment werken
operative, laborer, labourer, workman, worker werker
workman, laborer, operative, labourer werkkracht
labourer, workman, operative, laborer werkman
workplace, workshop werkplaats
shopkeeper winkelier
vodka wodka
bag, pocket zak
buttocks zitvlak
other english words that include "agreed" : dutch :
O.K., agreed afgesproken
O.K., chord, arrangement, settlement, agreed akkoord


Dutch as an Influencer
The English language has much to thank Dutch for. Dutch settlers came to the American colonies during the 17th century and added a few words to the vocabulary. Words like Santa Claus, waffle, blink, cookie, bazooka, gin, and iceberg wouldn’t exist without it.
Learning Dutch is Easier for English Speakers
Given the influence Dutch has had on English, it makes sense that Dutch is easier for speakers to learn. This is in part because Dutch, German, and English have similar roots. It’s between English and German. It only has two definite articles, “de” and “het” to English’s one “the” and German’s “der”, “die”, “das”. But Dutch words are more difficult to pronounce. The way words are pronounced indicates to a native speaker whether they’re talking to a second-language speaker.
Dutch is a Melting Pot of Languages
Just as English owes a lot to Dutch for contributing to its vocabulary, Dutch owes the same to other languages. It picked up words like jus d’orange (orange juice) and pantalon from French, mazzel (lucky) and tof (cool) from Hebrew and others. Dutch also incorporates texting and social media slang from English as well as street slang from places like Morocco, the Antilles, and Suriname.