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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “right”

right

adjective (CORRECT)
正確的
 
 
/raɪt/
correct
正確的;準確的;對的;正當的
You got three answers right and two wrong.
你答對了三道題,錯了兩道。
I set the clock to the right time.
我把鐘調準了。
"Is that Ms Kramer?" "Yes, that's right."
「是克雷默女士嗎?」「是的,我就是。」
Am I right in thinking (= Is it true) that you will be at the conference?
你要去參加會議,是這麽回事吧?
You're right to be annoyed - you've been treated very badly.
你生氣是理所應當的——一直以來他們對你的態度都很差。
You must put matters right (= make the situation better) by telling the truth.
你必須說出實情,這樣事情才會出現轉機。
→ Compare wrong adjectiveAccurate and exact
If you are right about something or someone, you are correct in your judgment or statement about it or them
(判斷或說法)準確的,確切的,恰當的
You were right about Pete - he's a real troublemaker.
你對彼特的看法沒錯——他的確只會製造麻煩。
Accurate and exact
(Definition of right adjective (CORRECT) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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