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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
      a temporary position of ascendancy in a closely contested rivalry: he walked off with a guaranteed $25,000 and bragging rights for at least a year

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

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    • ph.
      if things had happened or been done fairly or correctly

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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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      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 right to extract minerals from a piece of land: most cotton farmers here do not own the mineral rights for the land that they farm

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      rights believed to belong to animals to live free from use in medical research, hunting, and ... animal rights activists

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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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    • 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

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