right adverb (EXACTLY) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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Translation of "right" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

right

adverb (EXACTLY)
恰好
 
 
/raɪt/
exactly or all the way
正好,恰好;一直,径直
I've got a pimple right on the end of my nose.
一个粉刺正好长在我鼻尖上。
They built a row of hotels right along the sea-front.
他们沿着海岸修了一排宾馆。
Accurate and exact
used for emphasis
(表示强调)完全地,彻底地
The car ran right (= completely) out of fuel.
车把汽油彻底用光了。
She walked right (= all the way) past me without noticing me.
她跟我走了个面对面,可是没有注意到我。
I'll be right back/I'll be right with you (= I will return very soon).
我马上就回来。
Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
right away/now immediately
立即,立刻,马上
You'd better leave right now.
你最好马上离开。
Immediately
right now at the present time
就是现在;就在此刻
We're very busy right now.
我们现在很忙。
Now
(Definition of right adverb (EXACTLY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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