Definitions for Right
This dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word Right.
an abstract idea of that which is due to a person or governmental body by law or tradition or nature
"they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights"; "Certain rights can never be granted to the government but must be kept in the hands of the people"- Eleanor Roosevelt; "a right is not something that somebody gives you; it is something that nobody can take away"
location near or direction toward the right side; i.e. the side to the south when a person or object faces east
"he stood on the right"
right field, rightfield, rightnoun
the piece of ground in the outfield on the catcher's right
right, right wingnoun
those who support political or social or economic conservatism; those who believe that things are better left unchanged
right, right handnoun
the hand that is on the right side of the body
"he writes with his right hand but pitches with his left"; "hit him with quick rights to the body"
a turn toward the side of the body that is on the south when the person is facing east
"take a right at the corner"
anything in accord with principles of justice
"he feels he is in the right"; "the rightfulness of his claim"
(frequently plural) the interest possessed by law or custom in some intangible thing
"mineral rights"; "film rights"
being or located on or directed toward the side of the body to the east when facing north
"my right hand"; "right center field"; "a right-hand turn"; "the right bank of a river is the bank on your right side when you are facing downstream"
free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth
"the correct answer"; "the correct version"; "the right answer"; "took the right road"; "the right decision"
socially right or correct
"it isn't right to leave the party without saying goodbye"; "correct behavior"
in conformance with justice or law or morality
"do the right thing and confess"
correct in opinion or judgment
"time proved him right"
appropriate for a condition or purpose or occasion or a person's character, needs
"everything in its proper place"; "the right man for the job"; "she is not suitable for the position"
of or belonging to the political or intellectual right
in or into a satisfactory condition
"things are right again now"; "put things right"
intended for the right hand
"a right-hand glove"
in accord with accepted standards of usage or procedure
"what's the right word for this?"; "the right way to open oysters"
having the axis perpendicular to the base
"a right angle"
(of the side of cloth or clothing) facing or intended to face outward
"the right side of the cloth showed the pattern"; "be sure your shirt is right side out"
good, right, ripeadjective
most suitable or right for a particular purpose
"a good time to plant tomatoes"; "the right time to act"; "the time is ripe for great sociological changes"
"a veracious account"
right, compensate, redress, correctverb
make reparations or amends for
"right a wrongs done to the victims of the Holocaust"
put in or restore to an upright position
"They righted the sailboat that had capsized"
regain an upright or proper position
"The capsized boat righted again"
correct, rectify, rightadverb
make right or correct
"Correct the mistakes"; "rectify the calculation"
"stand right here!"
"she called right after dinner"
"he fell flop on his face"
toward or on the right; also used figuratively
"he looked right and left"; "the party has moved right"
properly, decently, decent, in good order, right, the right wayadverb
in the right manner
"please do your job properly!"; "can't you carry me decent?"
right, right onadverb
an interjection expressing agreement
"she felt right at home"; "he fell right into the trap"
mighty, mightily, powerful, rightadverb
(Southern regional intensive) very; to a great degree
"the baby is mighty cute"; "he's mighty tired"; "it is powerful humid"; "that boy is powerful big now"; "they have a right nice place"; "they rejoiced mightily"
in accordance with moral or social standards
"that serves him right"; "do right by him"
correctly, right, arightadverb
in an accurate manner
"the flower had been correctly depicted by his son"; "he guessed right"
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Etymology: rigt , Saxon; recht, Dutch; ritto, Italian; rectus, Latin.
How forcible are right words! but what doth your arguing reprove? Job vi. 25.
The words of my mouth are plain to him that understandeth, and right to them that find knowledge. Prov. viii.
The Lord God led me in the right way. Gen. xxiv. 48.
There being no law of nature, nor positive law of God, that determines which is the right heir in all cases, the right of succession could not have been certainly determined. John Locke.
If there be no prospect beyond the grave, the inference is certainly right, let us eat and drink, for to-morrow we die. John Locke.
Our calendar wants to be reformed, and the equinox rightly computed; and being once reformed and set right, it may be kept so, by omitting the additional day at the end of every hundred and thirty-four years. William Holder, on Time.
A time there will be, when all these unequal distributions of good and evil shall be set right, and the wisdom of all his transactions made as clear as the noon-day. Francis Atterbury.
You are right, justice and you weigh this well;
Therefore still bear the balance and the sword. William Shakespeare.
Their heart was not right with him, neither were they stedfast in his covenant. Psalm lxxviii. 37.
The lady has been disappointed on the right side, and found nothing more disagreeable in the husband, than she discovered in the lover. Joseph Addison, Spectator.
It is not with that certainty to be received, what is believed concerning the right and left hand, that men naturally make use of the right, and that the use of the other is a digression. Thomas Browne, Vulgar Errours.
The left foot naked, when they march to fight,
But in a bull’s raw hide they sheathe the right. Dryden.
The idea of a right lined triangle necessarily carries with it an equality of its angles to two right ones. John Locke.
Then shall the right aiming thunder-bolts go abroad, and from the clouds, as from a well-drawn bow, shall they fly to the mark. Wisdom v. 21.
With strict discipline instructed right,
Have learn’d to use your arms before you fight. Wentworth Dillon.
Take heed you steer your vessel right, my son,
This calm of heaven, this mermaid’s melody,
Into an unseen whirlpool draws you fast,
And in a moment sinks you. John Dryden, Spanish Fryar.
To understand political power right, and derive it from its original, we must consider what state all men are naturally in, and that is a state of perfect freedom to order their actions, and dispose of their possessions and persons. John Locke.
Let thine eyes look right on, and let thine eyelids look straight before thee. Proverbs iv. 25.
Ye shall be driven out right forth, and none shall gather up him that wandereth. Jer. xlix. 5.
The people passed over right against Jericho. Jos. iii. 16.
Insects have voluntary motion, and therefore imagination; for ants go right forwards to their hills, and bees know the way from a flowery heath to their hives. Francis Bacon.
This way, right down to Paradise descend. John Milton.
I gat me to my Lord right humbly. Psalm xxx. 8.
Right noble princes,
I’ll acquaint our duteous citizens. William Shakespeare, Rich. III.
Pardon us the interruption
Of thy devotion and right christian zeal, William Shakespeare.
I cannot joy, until I be resolv’d
Where our right valiant is become. William Shakespeare, Henry VI.
God shall help her right early. Psalm xlvi. 5.
The senate will smart deep
For your upbraidings: I should be right sorry
To have the means so to be veng’d on you,
As I shall shortly on them. Ben Jonson.
Right many a widow his keen blade,
And many fatherless, had made. Hudibras, p. i.
I mention the right honourable Thomas Howard lord high marshal. Henry Peacham, on Drawing.
An expression of approbation.
Right, cries his lordship, for a rogue in need
To have a taste, is insolence indeed:
In me ’tis noble, suits my birth and state. Alexander Pope.
Persons of noble blood are less envied in their rising; for it seemeth but right done to their birth. Francis Bacon.
In the midst of your invectives, do the Turks this right, as to remember that they are no idolaters. Francis Bacon.
One rising, eminent
In wise deport, spake much of right and wrong,
Of justice, of religion, truth, and peace,
And judgement from above. John Milton, Par. Lost.
Long love to her has borne the faithful knight,
And well deserv’d, had fortune done him right. Dryden.
He, that would do right to religion, cannot take a more effectual course, than by reconciling it with the happiness of mankind. John Tillotson.
Seldom your opinions err;
Your eyes are always in the right. Matthew Prior.
The Roman citizens were, by the sword, taught to acknowledge the pope their lord, though they knew not by what right. Walter Raleigh, Essays.
The proud tyrant would many times say, that whatsoever belonged unto the empire of Rome, was of right his, for as much as he was possessed of the imperial scepter, which his great grandfather Mahomet had by law of arms won from Constantine. Richard Knolles, History of the Turks.
Subdue by force, all who refuse
Right reason for their law; and for their king
Messiah, who by right of merit reigns. John Milton.
My right to it appears,
By long possession of eight hundred years. Dryden.
Might and right are inseparable in the opinion of the world. Roger L'Estrange, Fables.
Descriptions, figures, and fables must be in all heroick poems; every poet hath as much right to them, as every man hath to air. Dryden.
Judah pronounced sentence of death against Thamar: our author thinks it is very good proof, that because he did it, therefore he had a right to do it. John Locke.
Agrippa is generally ranged in sets of medals among the the emperors; as some among the empresses have no other right. Addison.
To thee doth the right of her appertain, seeing thou only art of her kindred. Tob. vi. 11.
The custom of employing these great persons in all great offices, passes for a right. William Temple.
The pris’ner freed himself by nature’s laws,
Born free, he sought his right. John Dryden, Knight’s Tale.
A subject in his prince may claim a right,
Nor suffer him with strength impair’d to fight. Dryden.
God hath a sovereign right over us, as we are his creatures, and by virtue of this right, he might, without injustice, have imposed difficult tasks: but in making laws, he hath not made use of this right. John Tillotson.
Let them but have their rights, are ever forward
In celebration of this day with shews. William Shakespeare.
Their only thoughts and hope was to defend their own rights and liberties, due to them by the law. Edward Hyde.
On his right
The radiant image of his glory sat,
His only son. John Milton.
These strata failing, the whole tract sinks down to rights into the abyss, and is swallowed up by it. John Woodward.
Several have gone about to inform them, and set them to rights; but for want of that knowledge of the present system of nature, have not given the satisfaction expected. John Woodward.
To do justice to; to establish in possessions justly claimed; to relieve from wrong.
How will this grieve you,
When you shall come to clearer knowledge, that
You thus have publish’d me? gentle my lord,
You scarce can right me throughly. William Shakespeare.
If the injured person be not righted, every one of them is wholy guilty of the injustice, and bound to restitution. Taylor.
I cou’d not expedient see,
On this side death, to right our family. Edmund Waller.
Make my father known,
To right my honour, and redeem your own. Dryden.
Rights are legal, social, or ethical principles of freedom or entitlement; that is, rights are the fundamental normative rules about what is allowed of people or owed to people according to some legal system, social convention, or ethical theory. Rights are of essential importance in such disciplines as law and ethics, especially theories of justice and deontology. The history of social conflicts has often involved attempts to define and redefine rights. According to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, "rights structure the form of governments, the content of laws, and the shape of morality as it is currently perceived".
In general, "right" refers to a moral or legal entitlement or claim that individuals or groups possess to act, think, or possess something without interference or infringement by others.
straight; direct; not crooked; as, a right line
upright; erect from a base; having an upright axis; not oblique; as, right ascension; a right pyramid or cone
conformed to the constitution of man and the will of God, or to justice and equity; not deviating from the true and just; according with truth and duty; just; true
fit; suitable; proper; correct; becoming; as, the right man in the right place; the right way from London to Oxford
characterized by reality or genuineness; real; actual; not spurious
according with truth; passing a true judgment; conforming to fact or intent; not mistaken or wrong; not erroneous; correct; as, this is the right faith
most favorable or convenient; fortunate
of or pertaining to that side of the body in man on which the muscular action is usually stronger than on the other side; -- opposed to left when used in reference to a part of the body; as, the right side, hand, arm. Also applied to the corresponding side of the lower animals
well placed, disposed, or adjusted; orderly; well regulated; correctly done
designed to be placed or worn outward; as, the right side of a piece of cloth
in a right manner
in a right or straight line; directly; hence; straightway; immediately; next; as, he stood right before me; it went right to the mark; he came right out; he followed right after the guide
according to the law or will of God; conforming to the standard of truth and justice; righteously; as, to live right; to judge right
according to any rule of art; correctly
according to fact or truth; actually; truly; really; correctly; exactly; as, to tell a story right
in a great degree; very; wholly; unqualifiedly; extremely; highly; as, right humble; right noble; right valiant
that which is right or correct
the straight course; adherence to duty; obedience to lawful authority, divine or human; freedom from guilt, -- the opposite of moral wrong
a true statement; freedom from error of falsehood; adherence to truth or fact
a just judgment or action; that which is true or proper; justice; uprightness; integrity
that to which one has a just claim
that which one has a natural claim to exact
that which one has a legal or social claim to do or to exact; legal power; authority; as, a sheriff has a right to arrest a criminal
that which justly belongs to one; that which one has a claim to possess or own; the interest or share which anyone has in a piece of property; title; claim; interest; ownership
privilege or immunity granted by authority
the right side; the side opposite to the left
in some legislative bodies of Europe (as in France), those members collectively who are conservatives or monarchists. See Center, 5
the outward or most finished surface, as of a piece of cloth, a carpet, etc
to bring or restore to the proper or natural position; to set upright; to make right or straight (that which has been wrong or crooked); to correct
to do justice to; to relieve from wrong; to restore rights to; to assert or regain the rights of; as, to right the oppressed; to right one's self; also, to vindicate
to recover the proper or natural condition or position; to become upright
hence, to regain an upright position, as a ship or boat, after careening
Etymology: [AS. rihtan. See Right, a.]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
rīt, adj. straight: most direct: upright: erect: according to truth and justice: according to law: true: correct: just: fit: proper: exact: most convenient: well performed: most dexterous, as the hand: on the right-hand: on the right-hand of one looking towards the mouth of a river: righteous: duly genuine: correct in judgment: equitable: not crooked: to be preferred: precise: in good health: denoting the side designed to go outward, as cloth: opposed to left, as the right-hand: (math.) upright from a base: containing 90 degrees.—n. Right′ness. [A.S. riht; Ger. recht, L. rectus.]
rīt, adv. in a straight or direct line: in a right manner: according to truth and justice: correctly: very: in a great degree.
rīt, n. that which is right or correct: truth: justice: virtue: freedom from error: what one has a just claim to: privilege: property: the right side.—n. Right′-about′, in the opposite direction.—adj. Right′-ang′led, having a right angle or angles; Right′-drawn (Shak.), drawn in a right or just cause.—v.t. Right′en, to set right.—n. Right′er, one who sets right or redresses wrong.—adj. Right′ful, having a just claim: according to justice: belonging by right.—adv. Right′fully.—ns. Right′fulness, righteousness: justice; Right′-hand, the hand which is more used, convenient, and dexterous than the other.—adj. chiefly relied on.—adj. Right′-hand′ed, using the right-hand more easily than the left: dextral: clockwise.—ns. Right′-hand′edness; Right′-hand′er, a blow with the right-hand.—adjs. Right′-heart′ed, having right or kindly dispositions: good-hearted; Right′less, without right.—adv. Right′ly, uprightly: suitably: not erroneously.—adj. Right′-mind′ed, having a right or honest mind.—ns. Right′-mind′edness, the state of being right-minded; Right′ness, the character of being right, correctness: the state of being on the right-hand; Right-of-way, the right which the public has to the free passage over roads or tracks, esp. such as are not statutory roads.—advs. Rights (obs.); Right′ward.—n. Right′-whale, the Greenland whale, the most important species of the true whales.—Right and left, on both sides; Right ascension (see Ascension); Right bank of a river, the bank on the right hand of a person looking in the direction the water flows; Right down, plainly; Right of action, a right which will sustain a civil action; Right off, immediately; Right the helm, to put it amidships, in a line with the keel.—Absolute rights, those which belong to human beings as such; At all rights, in all points; Base right (Scots law), the right which a disposer acquires when he disposes of feudal property; By right, or rights, rightfully; Claim of Right, the statement of the right of the church to spiritual independence and liberty from the interference of the civil courts in her spiritual functions, adopted by an immense majority of the General Assembly in 1842; Contingent rights, such as are distinguished from vested rights; Declaration and Bill of Rights, the instrument drawn up by the Convention Parliament which called the Prince and Princess of Orange to the throne of England in 1689, stating the fundamental principles of the constitution; Declaration of the Rights of Man, a famous statement of the constitution and principles of civil society and government adopted by the French National Assembly in August 1789; Do one right, to do one justice; Have a right, to be under a moral necessity; Have right, to be right; In one's own right, by absolute and personal right; In the right, free from error; Natural rights, those which exist by virtue of natural law—liberty, security of person and property; Petition of right, an action by which a subject vindicates his rights against the Crown; Public rights, the rights which the state has over the subject, and the subject against the state; Put to rights, to arrange; The Right, among continentals, the conservatives, from their usually sitting on the president's right in legislative assemblies; The right side, the place of honour; Writ of right, an action to establish the title to real property.
Dictionary of Nautical Terms
As to direction, fully or directly; thus, right ahead, or right away, &c.
Be just and fair and contribute to cocreating optimum health, human rights, right to life, shared prosperity for all, stability, unity government, solidarity, cohesion, animal rights, right to housing, right to education, right to parent, right to childcare, right to a standard of living, right to internet access, economic stability, financial stability, civil rights, equal rights, equal opportunities, employment rights, childrens rights, sustainable development, sustainable development goals, united partnership, multi-party working, community empowerment systems, equal distribution of income, wealth, fairness and justness across society, the country, europe and the world and contribute to the cocreation of global and national peace agreements, peace treaties, the universes truth and a fair, just and transparent system of checks and balances.
We know it is right that everyone has access to public housing on public land as its a basic human right.
Submitted by MaryC on January 22, 2020
Be just and fair.
It is right to affirm positive thoughts and know what we require is possible in order of priority which is optimum health and human rights.
Submitted by MaryC on October 7, 2020
To act, behave and create legislation with a sense of ethics, equality, fairness, justness and morality.
It is right to ensure we all have optimum health, human rights, right to life, civil rights and shared prosperity for everyone.
Submitted by MaryC on April 16, 2020
When an animal, human or thing is naturally facing forward north it is to the direction east.
The GPS system said turn right at the top of the street so when the car is facing forward north right is to the direction east. My right hand is on the east side of my body in that moment.
Submitted by MaryC on December 4, 2015
British National Corpus
Spoken Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'Right' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #316
Written Corpus Frequency
Rank popularity for the word 'Right' in Written Corpus Frequency: #79
Rank popularity for the word 'Right' in Nouns Frequency: #84
Rank popularity for the word 'Right' in Adverbs Frequency: #41
Rank popularity for the word 'Right' in Adjectives Frequency: #17
The numerical value of Right in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of Right in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8
It is easy to fly into a passion--anybody can do that--but to be angry with the right person and at the right time and with the right object and in the right way--that is not easy, and it is not everyone who can do it.
An action will not be right unless the will be right for from thence is the action derived. Again, the will will not be right unless the disposition of the mind be right for from thence comes the will.
We talk inside a lot. OK ? And I don't ever ask for patience from anybody. Let's get that clear right now. All right ? And the fans have every right to have an opinion. That's why they're fans. They have every right. You buy a ticket, come to the stadium, you have every right to boo me going out of the stadium. That's the way it is. That's what we sign up for, right ? And it's New York. It's supposed to be a tough place to be, certain cities in this country, they don't even know if their teams playing today. All right ? So you sign up for a job in a city like New York, you expect to have this. I never shied away from that. I ain't worried about that at all. When we talk internally, you look at a lot of things moving in the right direction and you know the targets of what you have to improve going forward. The important things is we know the direct targets of what you have to prove.
Anyone can become angry. That is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose and in the right way - that is not easy.
Easy is right. Begin right and you are easy. Continue easy and you are right. The right way to go easy is to forget the right way And forget that the going is easy.
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Translations for Right
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- حق, يَمِين, على اليمين, إلى اليمين, یمین, صحيح, صَحَّحَArabic
- төҙ, уңдағы, тура, уң яҡ, уңға, дөрөҫ, хоҡуҡ, хаҡ, уңда, уң, төҙәтеү, дөрөҫләүBashkir
- ве́рны, пра́вы, пра́вільны, справа, направа, прамы́Belarusian
- прав, право, десен, ве́рен, перпендикулярен, десничарски, надясно, пра́вилен, права, дясно, де́сен, отдясно, коригирам, изправямBulgarian
- dretCatalan, Valencian
- vpravo, právo, pravice, na pravé, správný, pravý, napravitCzech
- правъOld Church Slavonic, Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian
- sgŵr, rhaith, de, cywir, hawl, reitWelsh
- retvinklet, lige, ret, rettighed, højre, konservativ, korrekt, side, højre-, rigtig, korrigere, retteDanish
- rechts, Recht, Rechte, nach rechts, richtig, gerade, rechtwinklig, ganz, ne?, oder?, richtigstellen, nicht wahr?, berichtigen, korrigierenGerman
- δεξιός, δεξιά, ορθός, σωστό, προς τα δεξιά, συντηρητικός, σωστάGreek
- rekta, rajto, dekstra, korekta, ĝusta, ortaEsperanto
- sano, derecho, justo, a la diestra, derecha, recto, correcto, perpendicular, a la derecha, de derecha, diestra, de derechas, de la derecha, ¿vale?, ¿verdad?, corregir, ¿cierto?, ¿no?, verdad, valeSpanish
- õigus, parem, otse, õigeEstonian
- eskuin, eskubi, ongi, eskuma, zuzen, zuzenduBasque
- راست, راستگرا, در سمت راست, درستPersian
- oikea, oikeus, oikeistolainen, oikeaan, oikealla, oikeanpuoleinen, terve, suora, oikealle, oikeisto, aivan, oikein, [[kääntää]] [[oikein]] [[päin]], oieta, eikö niin, ihan miten vain, ihan, todella, korjata, [[nostaa]] [[pystyyn]], no niin, [[nousta]] [[pystyyn]]Finnish
- correct, droit, droite, juste, à droite, bon, de droite, se redresser, hein, n'est-ce pas, non, corriger, redresser, d'accordFrench
- deas, rechtIrish
- còirScottish Gaelic
- dereita, dereitoGalician
- של האגף הימני, זְכוּת, יָמִין, ימיןHebrew
- ठीक, दाहिना, दाहिनेHindi
- dwaHaitian Creole
- jobb, egyenes, jog, jobboldal, helyesHungarian
- ուղիղ, աջ, ուղղահայաց, ճիշտ, իրավունքArmenian
- dextra, juste, dextere, correcte, dextera, dextre, derectoInterlingua
- hak, betul, lurus, benar, kananIndonesian
- dextra, korekta, yuro, dextroIdo
- rétt, hægri, réttur, horn, bein, beinn, beintIcelandic
- diritto, a destra, destra, corretto, destro, correggereItalian
- 正しい, 垂直, 権利, 右, 直, まっすぐ, 右翼, ね, 訂正するJapanese
- 우익, 곧다, 오른쪽, 권리, 오른, 옳다, 바른, 바르다Korean
- rastê, ماف, rast, راست, rastgir, تهواو, maf, heq, durist, rêk, راست کردن, sererast kirin, rast kirin, durist kirinKurdish
- directus, dexter, elegans, rectus, emendatusLatin
- rietsLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- десно, прав, од десно, нормален, право, десничарски, исправен, правилен, десница, десен, де́сен, точен, исправа, корегира, поправаMacedonian
- kanan, tepat, betulMalay
- tajba, koretta, dritta, tajjeb, korett, lemin, drittMaltese
- rechts, rechterkant, rechter-, recht, correct, juist, toch, verbeterenDutch
- rettighet, høyre siden, riktig, rett, høyreNorwegian
- nishʼnáájígo, akótʼéNavajo, Navaho
- gichinik, gwayak, gwekibagizoOjibwe, Ojibwa
- prawa, prawidłowy, w prawo, prawy, poprawny, na prawo, prawo, prawica, prawda, co nie, niePolish
- correto, justo, [[à]] [[direita]], reto, direita, direito, perpendicular, certo, de direita, direto, né, endireitar-se, corrigirPortuguese
- pe dreapta, la dreapta, dreapta, drept, corectitudine, sănătos, așa-i, e drept, și atunci?, nimic de zis, nu-i așa?, sigur, așa-iRomanian
- пра́вый, направо, права, правый, справа, ве́рный, как ра́з, прямо́й, вправо, право, пра́вильный, перпендикуля́рный, исправить, выпрямлять, пра́вильно, ве́рно, исправлять, выпрямить, верно, правильноRussian
- točan, ispravan, на̏десно, pravo, desnica, ispravno, nȁdesno, точан, исправно, desni, okomit, prav, desničarski, десни, исправан, ravan, uspraviti, ispravitiSerbo-Croatian
- na pravé, vpravo, pravýSlovak
- pravi, desni, na desni, desničarski, pravica, desnica, desno, popravljati, popravitiSlovene
- djathtë, drejtëAlbanian
- rätvinklig, rak, rät, högern, rätt, åt höger, rättighet, höger, höger-, riktig, vinkelrät, korrigera, eller hur?, rätta, rätaSwedish
- kulia, hakiSwahili
- సరైన, లంబ, కుడి, హక్కు, సరిTelugu
- ดิ่ว, ใช่, มุมฉาก, ขวา, ถูก, ตรง, ฝ่ายขวา, แก้, ตำหนิเพื่อแก้ไข, ซื่อThai
- karapatan, kananTagalog
- dik, sağ, düz, tutucu, doğru, hak, muhafazakâr, dikey, düzeltmek, doğrultmakTurkish
- пра́вильний, направо, зправа, ві́рний, прями́й, пра́вийUkrainian
- oʻng, sogʻUzbek
- cánh hữu, phải, thẳng, quyền lợi, hữu khuynh, ở bên phải, quyền, bên phải, đúng, có lýVietnamese
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