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too right

UK informal
said when you agree completely
一点儿不错,太对了;太有道理了
"You can't do anything in this town if you haven't got any money." "Too right."
“在这个城市里你要是没有钱,什么也做不成。”“一点都不错。”
Words and phrases expressing agreement and acceptance
Translations of “too right”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一點不錯,太對了, 太有道理了…
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