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Translation of "right" - English-Polish dictionary

right

adverb     /raɪt/
EXACTLY
B1 exactly in a place or time akurat, dokładnie He's right here with me. I fell asleep right in the middle of her speech.Accurate and exact
CORRECTLY
B2 correctly dobrze, poprawnie He guessed right most of the time.FunctioningPerforming a function
DIRECTION
A2 to the right side w prawo Turn right after the bridge.General location and orientation
right away/now/after
B1 immediately natychmiast/zaraz/zaraz potem Do you want to start right away?Immediately
ALL
all the way Did you read it right through to the end?Complete and wholeVery and extreme
IN SPEECH UK
A2 used at the beginning of a sentence to get someone's attention or to show you have understood someone dobra, dobrze Right, who's turn is it to tidy up? Right, so Helen's coming tomorrow and Trevor on Thursday.Connecting words joining words or phrases with similar or related meanings
Right
used in the UK as part of the title of some politicians and Christian officials wielce, prze- Right Honourable/ReverendNames and titlesGovernment ministers and civil servantsReligious titles
rightness noun [U]
słuszność, poprawność
→  See also be right up sb's alley , be right up sb's street
(Definition of right adverb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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