adj. 右边的; 正确的; 恰当的; 正常的; 正派的; 完全的
adv. 向右; 正好; 立刻; 一直，完全地; 正确地; 顺利地
n. 右边; 权利; 版权; 正确; 右派
v. 矫正; 改正; 把…扶正
int. （表示同意或遵从）是的，好的; 对吗
If something is right, it is correct and agrees with the facts.
That's absolutely right...
Clocks never told the right time...
If you do something in the right way or in the right place, you do it as or where it should be done or was planned to be done.
Walking, done in the right way, is a form of aerobic exercise...
They have computerized systems to ensure delivery of the right pizza to the right place...
If you say that someone is seen in all the right places or knows all the right people, you mean that they go to places which are socially acceptable or know people who are socially acceptable.
He was always to be seen in the right places...
Through his father, he had met all the right people.
If someone is right about something, they are correct in what they say or think about it.
Ron has been right about the result of every General Election but one...
Is that true? Was she right?...
If something such as a choice, action, or decision is the right one, it is the best or most suitable one.
She'd made the right choice in leaving New York...
The right decision was made, but probably for the wrong reasons...
If something is not right, there is something unsatisfactory about the situation or thing that you are talking about.
Ratatouille doesn't taste right with any other oil...
The name Sue Anne never seemed quite right to Molly...
If you think that someone was right to do something, you think that there were good moral reasons why they did it.
You were right to do what you did, under the circumstances...
The president was absolutely right in ordering the bombing raid.
Right is used to refer to activities or actions that are considered to be morally good and acceptable.
It's not right, leaving her like this...
Fox hunting is popular among some people in this country. It doesn't make it right though...
If you right something or if it rights itself, it returns to its normal or correct state, after being in an undesirable state.
They recognise the urgency of righting the economy...
Your eyesight rights itself very quickly.
If you right a wrong, you do something to make up for a mistake or something bad that you did in the past.
We've made progress in righting the wrongs of the past...
Having spent 25 years righting his own mistakes, he is anxious that children should not waste opportunities.
If you right something that has fallen or rolled over, or if it rights itself, it returns to its normal upright position.
He righted the yacht and continued the race...
The helicopter turned at an awful angle before righting itself.
The right side of a material is the side that is intended to be seen and that faces outwards when it is made into something.
If you say that things are going right, you mean that your life or a situation is developing as you intended or expected and you are pleased with it.
I can't think of anything in my life that's going right...
I was pleased with my performance on Saturday — everything went right.
If someone has behaved in a way which is morally or legally right, you can say that they are in the right. You usually use this expression when the person is involved in an argument or dispute.
She wasn't entirely in the right...
Legally, the local tax office is in the right.
If you put something right, you correct something that was wrong or that was causing problems.
We've discovered what's gone wrong and are going to put it right.
You can use Mr Right ,Miss Right, or Ms Right to talk about the kind of person that you imagine you will marry or spend the rest of your life with.
She confesses to having trouble finding Mr Right.
...bachelors searching for Ms Right.
1. an abstract idea of that which is due to a person or governmental body by law or tradition or nature;
2. (frequently plural) the interest possessed by law or custom in some intangible thing;
3. location near or direction toward the right side; i.e. the side to the south when a person or object faces east;
4. a turn to the right;
5. those who support political or social or economic conservatism; those who believe that things are better left unchanged
6. anything in accord with principles of justice;
7. the hand that is on the right side of the body;
8. the piece of ground in the outfield on the catcher's right
1. make reparations or amends for;
2. put in or restore to an upright position;
3. regain an upright or proper position;
4. make right or correct;
1. free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth;
2. being or located on or directed toward the side of the body to the east when facing north;
3. socially right or correct;
4. in conformance with justice or law or morality;
5. correct in opinion or judgment;
6. appropriate for a condition or occasion;
7. of or belonging to the political or intellectual right
8. in or into a satisfactory condition;
9. intended for the right hand;
10. in accord with accepted standards of usage or procedure;
11. having the axis perpendicular to the base;
12. of the side of cloth or clothing intended to face outward;
13. most suitable or right for a particular purpose;
1. precisely, exactly;
4. toward or on the right; also used figuratively;
5. in the right manner;
6. an interjection expressing agreement
8. (Southern regional intensive) very;
9. in accordance with moral or social standards;
10. in a correct manner;
accurate, exact, precise, right, true, correct
bang ( 或北美
be in the right
do right by
in one's own right
(not) in one's right mind
not right in the head
(as) of right (或 by right)
the right stuff
put (或 set) someone right
put (或 set) something to rights
(as) right as rain
right (或 straight) away ( 或 非正式
A cause of action has accrued when the right to sue has become vested.
We found him to be the right sort of timber.
Production has already been put on the right track.
He asked his father for the car, but his father said right off that he couldn't have it.
She guessed the right answer at once.