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right-wing

adjective uk   us   /ˌraɪtˈwɪŋ/
C2 supporting the political right: She's extremely right-wing.
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in Korean 우익의, 우파의…
in Arabic يَميني…
in Portuguese direita…
in Catalan de dretes…
in Japanese 右翼の, 右派の…
in Italian di destra…
in Chinese (Traditional) 右翼的…
in Russian принадлежащий к правому крылу…
in Turkish sağ kanat, muhafazakâr kanat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 右翼的…
in Polish prawicowy…
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