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Translation of "right" - English-Polish dictionary

right

noun
 
 
/raɪt/
LAW [C] B2 something that the law allows you to do
prawo
the right to free speech [+ to do sth] the right to voteHuman rights
DIRECTION [U] A2 the right side of your body, or the direction towards this side
prawa strona
You'll find her in the second room on the right.General location and orientation
BEHAVIOUR [U] B2 morally correct behaviour
dobro
I've tried to teach them the difference between right and wrong.Virtue and moral goodMorality and rules of behaviour
have a/no right to do sth to have, or not have, a good reason for something
mieć prawo/nie mieć prawa do czegoś lub robić coś/czegoś
He has a right to be angry. She had no right to speak to me like that.Motives and reasons
the Right/right political groups which support capitalism (= a system in which industries and companies are owned by people and not the government)
prawica
The right campaigned against the president.Political movements and groups
(Definition of right noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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