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right first timeadverb

uk   us  
PRODUCTION if something is done ​right first ​time, it is done perfectly every ​time, and no ​time and ​money is ​wastedcorrectingerrors caused by doing it too fast or without ​controllingquality

right first timeadjective

uk   us   (also right-first-time)
PRODUCTION done perfectly the first ​time: Our ​aim is to ​provide a right-first-time ​service to all of our ​customers.
(Definition of right first time from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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