Rigth or right

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Rigth
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Right

Right

Adjective

Definition:

Morally good, justified, or acceptable

Examples:

  1. I hope we're doing the right thing
  2. You were quite right to criticize him

Synonyms:

  • Just
  • Fair
  • Equitable
  • Good

Right

Adverb

Definition:

To the furthest or most complete extent or degree (used for emphasis)

Examples:

  1. The car spun right off the track
  2. I'm right out of ideas

Synonyms:

  • Completely
  • Fully
  • Entirely
  • Totally

Right

Noun

Definition:

That which is morally correct, just, or honourable

Examples:

  1. She doesn't understand the difference between right and wrong
  2. The rights and wrongs of the matter

Synonyms:

  • Goodness
  • Rightness
  • Righteousness
  • Virtue

Right

Verb

Definition:

Restore to a normal or upright position

Examples:

  1. We righted the capsized dinghy

Synonyms:

  • Turn the right way up again
  • Turn back over
  • Set upright again
  • Stand upright again

Right

Interjection

Definition:

Used to indicate agreement or to acknowledge a statement or order

Examples:

  1. ‘Barry's here.’ ‘Oh, right’
  2. right you are, sir

Synonyms:

  • Agreed
  • Settled
  • All right
  • Very well

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