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  1. right wing

    • IPA[ˌrʌɪt ˈwɪŋ]

    英式

    • n.
      the section of a political party or system that advocates free enterprise and private ownership, and typically favours socially traditional ideas; the conservative group or section;the right side of a team on the field in soccer, rugby, and field hockey
    • adj.
      advocating or taking measures to promote free enterprise and private ownership, and typically favouring socially traditional ideas; conservative
    • noun: right wing, plural noun: right wings

    • 釋義

    名詞

    • 1. the section of a political party or system that advocates free enterprise and private ownership, and typically favours socially traditional ideas; the conservative group or section a candidate from the right wing of the party
    • 2. the right side of a team on the field in soccer, rugby, and field hockey he reverted to his normal position on the right wing
    • the right side of an army at Austerlitz in 1805 he commanded the right wing of the Allied army

    形容詞

    • 1. advocating or taking measures to promote free enterprise and private ownership, and typically favouring socially traditional ideas; conservative their allies are starting to push back against the mostly right-wing criticism he's very right wing