right noun (MORALLY ACCEPTABLE) translate to Traditional Chinese

Translation of "right" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary


[U] what is considered to be morally good or acceptable
Your conscience should tell you the difference between right and wrong.
Virtue and moral good
in the right If you are in the right, what you are doing is morally or legally correct.
Virtue and moral good
[C] the claim which a person or animal has to be treated in a fair, morally acceptable or legal way, or to have the things that are necessary for life
She campaigned for women's rights during the 1960s.
Everyone has a right to education.
She has no more right to a company car than I have (= She does not deserve one more than I do).
[+ to infinitive] You're not my boss, so what right (= authority) have you got to criticize me?
You have every right (= You have a good reason) to complain.
Morality and rules of behaviour
within your rights If you are within your rights to do something, you are legally allowed to do it
I think I'm quite within my rights to demand a full refund.
Allowing and permitting
rights [plural] the legal authority over who may use a book or film
He has acquired the film rights to the book (= He is allowed to make a film of the book).
Court cases, orders and decisions
new shares for a particular company that have become available for existing shareholders to buy: The company made a rights issue of one new share for every four held.Investment and stock markets
put/set sth to rights to improve or correct something
The company needs over a million dollars to set its finances to rights.
Making things betterBecoming better
(Definition of right noun (MORALLY ACCEPTABLE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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