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  • morally good, justified, or acceptable.
    E.g. I hope we're doing the right thing
  • true or correct as a fact.
    E.g. I'm not sure I know the right answer
  • in a satisfactory, sound, or normal state or condition.
    E.g. that sausage doesn't smell right
  • on, towards, or relating to the side of a human body or of a thing that is to the east when the person or thing is facing north.
    E.g. my right elbow
  • complete; absolute (used for emphasis).
    E.g. I felt a right idiot
  • favouring conservative or reactionary views.
    E.g. are you politically right, left, or centre?
  • to the furthest or most complete extent or degree (used for emphasis).
    E.g. the car spun right off the track
  • correctly.
    E.g. he had guessed right
  • on or to the right side.
    E.g. turn right off the B1269
  • that which is morally correct, just, or honourable.
    E.g. she doesn't understand the difference between right and wrong
  • a moral or legal entitlement to have or do something.
    E.g. she had every right to be angry
  • the right-hand part, side, or direction.
    E.g. take the first turning on the right
  • a group or party favouring conservative or reactionary views.
    E.g. the Right got in at the election
  • restore to a normal or upright position.
    E.g. we righted the capsized dinghy
  • restore to a normal or correct state.
    E.g. righting the economy demanded major cuts in defence spending
  • used to indicate agreement or to acknowledge a statement or order.
    E.g. ‘Barry's here.’ ‘Oh, right’

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