In what languages does “everything is in order” stand for “everything is alright” (and sounds natural)?

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Posted in categories: Linguistics, Modern Greek

Add Modern Greek, as a calque from German into Ancient Greek (Katharevousa):

όλα εν τάξει. Now spelled as a single word εντάξει, because that’s a fricking dative, and we don’t have datives any more.

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