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  1. right

    • IPA[rīt]

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    • adj.
      morally good, justified, or acceptable;true or correct as a fact
    • adv.
      to the furthest or most complete extent or degree (used for emphasis);exactly; directly (used to emphasize the precise location or time of something)
    • n.
      that which is morally correct, just, or honorable;a moral or legal entitlement to have or obtain something or to act in a certain way
    • v.
      restore to a normal or upright position;restore to a normal or correct condition or situation
    • excl
      used to indicate one's agreement or to acknowledge a statement or order;used at the end of a statement to invite agreement, approval, or confirmation
    • noun: right, plural noun: rights

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    • 1. informal used to indicate one's agreement or to acknowledge a statement or order “Barry's here.” “Oh, right right you are, sir
    • informal used at the end of a statement to invite agreement, approval, or confirmation you went to see Angie on Monday, right?
    • informal used as a filler in speech or to introduce an utterance, exhortation, or suggestion right, let's have a drink and I didn't think any more of it, right, but Mom said I should take him to a doctor
    • plural
      (in the US) the rights and powers held by individual states rather than by the federal government: they took up arms to defend liberty and states' rights

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      rights believed to belong to animals to live free from use in medical research, hunting, and ... advocates of animal rights believe that more than reform of the system is needed animal rights activists

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      the rights, especially to sexual relations, regarded as exercisable in law by each partner in a ...

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      rights to freedom over sexual activity and reproduction, in particular with reference to sexual ... activists have demanded the recognition of their sexual rights

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      the rights of all citizens to equal treatment under the law: clashes between religious and equality rights have lately been a combustible topic

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      the legal and civil rights of gay people, especially the right to be treated without discrimination: a gay rights activist

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    • n.
      an issue of shares offered at a special price by a company to its existing shareholders in ...

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      the right to build or develop in the airspace above a property: they bought and sold the house next door but retained the air rights above it

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    • IPA[rʌɪt]

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    • adj.
      morally good, justified, or acceptable: I hope we're doing the right thing you were quite right to criticize him
    • adv.
      to the furthest or most complete extent or degree (used for emphasis): the car spun right off the track I'm right out of ideas
    • n.
      that which is morally correct, just, or honourable: she doesn't understand the difference between right and wrong the rights and wrongs of the matter
    • v.
      restore to a normal or upright position: we righted the capsized dinghy
    • excl
      used to indicate agreement or to acknowledge a statement or order: ‘Barry's here.’ ‘Oh, right right you are, sir

    Oxford Dictionary