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Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis right reiškia 1. a 1) dešinysis; 2) tiesus; right line tiesioji; right angle statusis kampas; 3) teisingas, teisus; to be right būti teisiam; to get it right teisingai suprasti; to put/set right ištaisyti, sutvarkyti; 2. v 1) pasitaisyti; ištaisyti; 2) ištiesinti; 3. n lietuviškai.

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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • adjective: Conforming with or conformable to justice, law, or morality: do the right thing and confess.
  • adjective: In accordance with fact, reason, or truth; correct: the right answer.
  • adjective: Fitting, proper, or appropriate: It is not right to leave the party without saying goodbye.
  • adjective: Most favorable, desirable, or convenient: the right time to act.
  • adjective: In or into a satisfactory state or condition: put things right.
  • adjective: In good mental or physical health or order.
  • adjective: Intended to be worn or positioned facing outward or toward an observer: the right side of the dress; made sure that the right side of the fabric was visible.
  • adjective: Of, belonging to, located on, or being the side of the body to the south when the subject is facing east.
  • adjective: Of, relating to, directed toward, or located on the right side.
  • adjective: Located on the right side of a person facing downstream: the right bank of a river.
  • adjective: Of or belonging to the political or intellectual right.
  • adjective: Mathematics Formed by or in reference to a line or plane that is perpendicular to another line or plane.
  • adjective: Mathematics Having the axis perpendicular to the base: right cone.
  • adjective: Mathematics Having a right angle: a right triangle.
  • adjective: Straight; uncurved; direct: a right line.
  • adjective: Archaic Not spurious; genuine.
  • noun: That which is just, morally good, legal, proper, or fitting.
  • noun: The direction or position on the right side.
  • noun: The right side.
  • noun: The right hand.
  • noun: A turn in the direction of the right hand or side.
  • noun: The people and groups who advocate the adoption of conservative or reactionary measures, especially in government and politics. Also called right wing.
  • noun: The opinion of those advocating such measures.
  • noun: Sports A blow delivered by a boxer's right hand.
  • noun: Baseball Right field.
  • noun: Something that is due to a person or governmental body by law, tradition, or nature.
  • noun: Something, especially humane treatment, claimed to be due to animals by moral principle.
  • noun: A just or legal claim or title.
  • noun: A stockholder's privilege of buying additional stock in a corporation at a special price, usually at par or at a price below the current market value.
  • noun: The negotiable certificate on which this privilege is indicated.
  • noun: A privilege of subscribing for a particular stock or bond. Often used in the plural.
  • adverb: Toward or on the right.
  • adverb: In a straight line; directly: went right to school.
  • adverb: In the proper or desired manner; well: The jacket doesn't fit right.
  • adverb: Exactly; just: The accident happened right over there.
  • adverb: Immediately: called me right after dinner.
  • adverb: Completely; quite: The icy wind blew right through me.
  • adverb: According to law, morality, or justice.
  • adverb: Accurately; correctly: answered the question right.
  • adverb: Chiefly Southern U.S. Considerably; very: They have a right nice place.
  • adverb: Used as an intensive: kept right on going.
  • adverb: Used in titles: The Right Reverend Jane Smith.
  • verb-transitive: To put in or restore to an upright or proper position: They righted their boat.
  • verb-transitive: To put in order or set right; correct: measures designed to right generations of unfair labor practices.
  • verb-transitive: To make reparation or amends for; redress: right a wrong.
  • verb-intransitive: To regain an upright or proper position.
  • idiom: by rights In a just or proper manner; justly.
  • idiom: in (one's) own right Through the force of one's own skills or qualifications.
  • idiom: right and left From all directions or on every side: criticism coming right and left; questions raised from right and left.
  • idiom: away Immediately; at once; without delay.
  • idiom: right on Slang Used as an exclamation of encouragement, support, or enthusiastic agreement.
  • idiom: to rights In a satisfactory or orderly condition: set the place to rights.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • tiesus
  • right line tiesioji
  • right angle statusis kampas
  • to be right būti teisiam
  • to get it right teisingai suprasti
  • pasitaisyti
  • ištaisyti
  • ištiesinti
  • dešinysis
  • teisingas
  • teisus
  • to put/set right ištaisyti
  • sutvarkyti
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