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all right

  

      adj  
1    acceptable, adequate, average, fair, O.K. or okay     (informal)   passable, satisfactory, so-so     (informal)   standard, unobjectionable, up to scratch     (informal)  
2    hale, healthy, out of the woods, safe, sound, unharmed, unimpaired, uninjured, well, whole  
      adv  
3    acceptably, adequately, O.K. or okay     (informal)   passably, satisfactorily, unobjectionably, well enough  
  
Antonyms     
,       adj  
1    bad, inadequate, not good enough, not up to scratch     (informal)   objectionable, poor, unacceptable, unsatisfactory  
2    ailing, bad, ill, injured, off colour, out of sorts, poorly, sick, sickly, unhealthy, unwell  
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right  
      adj  
1    equitable, ethical, fair, good, honest, honourable, just, lawful, moral, proper, righteous, true, upright, virtuous  
2    accurate, admissible, authentic, correct, exact, factual, genuine, on the money     (U.S.)   precise, satisfactory, sound, spot-on     (Brit. informal)   true, unerring, valid, veracious  
3    advantageous, appropriate, becoming, comme il faut, convenient, deserved, desirable, done, due, favourable, fit, fitting, ideal, opportune, proper, propitious, rightful, seemly, suitable  
4    all there     (informal)   balanced, compos mentis, fine, fit, healthy, in good health, in the pink, lucid, normal, rational, reasonable, sane, sound, unimpaired, up to par, well  
5    conservative, reactionary, Tory  
6    absolute, complete, out-and-out, outright, pure, real, thorough, thoroughgoing, utter  
      adv  
7    accurately, aright, correctly, exactly, factually, genuinely, precisely, truly  
8    appropriately, aptly, befittingly, fittingly, properly, satisfactorily, suitably  
9    directly, immediately, instantly, promptly, quickly, straight, straightaway, without delay  
10    bang, exactly, precisely, slap-bang     (informal)   squarely  
11    absolutely, all the way, altogether, completely, entirely, perfectly, quite, thoroughly, totally, utterly, wholly  
12    ethically, fairly, honestly, honourably, justly, morally, properly, righteously, virtuously  
13    advantageously, beneficially, favourably, for the better, fortunately, to advantage, well  
      n  
14    authority, business, claim, due, freedom, interest, liberty, licence, permission, power, prerogative, privilege, title  
15    equity, good, goodness, honour, integrity, justice, lawfulness, legality, morality, propriety, reason, rectitude, righteousness, truth, uprightness, virtue  
16    by rights      equitably, in fairness, justly, properly  
17    to rights      arranged, in order, straight, tidy  
      vb  
18    compensate for, correct, fix, put right, rectify, redress, repair, settle, set upright, sort out, straighten, vindicate  
  
Antonyms     
,       adj  
1    bad, dishonest, immoral, improper, indecent, unethical, unfair, unjust, wrong  
2    counterfeit, erroneous, fake, false, fraudulent, illegal, illicit, inaccurate, incorrect, inexact, invalid, mistaken, questionable, uncertain, unlawful, untruthful, wrong  
3    disadvantageous, inappropriate, inconvenient, undesirable, unfitting, unseemly, unsuitable, wrong  
4    abnormal, unsound  
5    left, leftist, left-wing, liberal, radical, right-on     (informal)   socialist  
      adv  
7    inaccurately, incorrectly  
8    improperly  
9    incompletely, indirectly, slowly  
13    badly, poorly, unfavourably  
      n  
15    badness, dishonour, evil, immorality, impropriety  
      vb  
18    make crooked, topple  


all right  
      adj  
1    acceptable, adequate, average, fair, O.K. or okay     (informal)   passable, satisfactory, so-so     (informal)   standard, unobjectionable, up to scratch     (informal)  
2    hale, healthy, out of the woods, safe, sound, unharmed, unimpaired, uninjured, well, whole  
      adv  
3    acceptably, adequately, O.K. or okay     (informal)   passably, satisfactorily, unobjectionably, well enough  
  
Antonyms     
,       adj  
1    bad, inadequate, not good enough, not up to scratch     (informal)   objectionable, poor, unacceptable, unsatisfactory  
2    ailing, bad, ill, injured, off colour, out of sorts, poorly, sick, sickly, unhealthy, unwell  
right away     
at once, directly, forthwith, immediately, instantly, now, posthaste, promptly, pronto     (informal)   right off, straightaway, straight off     (informal)   this instant, without delay, without hesitation  

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all right

  

in BRIT, also use alright     
1       adj   If you say that someone or something is all right, you mean that you find them satisfactory or acceptable.  
v-link ADJ   (=okay)  
Is it all right with you if we go now?..., `How was school?'—`It was all right.'     
      All right is also used before a noun.  
INFORMAL      adj   ADJ n  
He's an all right kind of guy really.     
2       adv   If you say that something happens or goes all right, you mean that it happens in a satisfactory or acceptable manner.  
ADV after v   (=okay)  
Things have thankfully worked out all right...     
3       adj   If someone or something is all right, they are well or safe.  
v-link ADJ   (=okay)  
All she's worried about is whether he is all right..., Are you feeling all right now?     
4       convention   You say `all right' when you are agreeing to something.,   (formulae)    (=okay)  
`I think you should go now.'—`All right.'...     
5       convention   You say `all right?' after you have given an instruction or explanation to someone when you are checking that they have understood what you have just said, or checking that they agree with or accept what you have just said.   (=okay)  
Peter, you get half the fees. All right?...     
6       convention   If someone in a position of authority says `all right', and suggests talking about or doing something else, they are indicating that they want you to end one activity and start another.  
All right, Bob. You can go now...     
7       convention   You say `all right' during a discussion to show that you understand something that someone has just said, and to introduce a statement that relates to it.   (=okay)  
`I'm a bit busy now.'—`All right, why don't I come back later?'     
8       convention   You say all right before a statement or question to indicate that you are challenging or threatening someone.   (=okay)  
All right, who are you and what are you doing in my office?...     

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right          [1]     ( rights    3rd person present)   ( righting    present participle)   ( righted    past tense & past participle  )   (CORRECT, APPROPRIATE, OR ACCEPTABLE)  
Please look at category 16 to see if the expression you are looking for is shown under another headword.     
1       adj   If something is right   , it is correct and agrees with the facts.       (=correct)     (Antonym: wrong)    That's absolutely right..., Clocks never told the right time..., The barman tells me you saw Ann on Tuesday morning. Is that right?     
      Right is also an adverb., adv   ADV after v  
He guessed right about some things.     
  rightly      adv   ADV after v  
She attended one meeting only, if I remember rightly.     
2       adj   If you do something in the right    way or in the right    place, you do it as or where it should be done or was planned to be done.         
usu ADJ n   (=correct)     (Antonym: wrong)    Walking, done in the right way, is a form of aerobic exercise..., The chocolate is then melted down to exactly the right temperature.     
      Right is also an adverb., adv   ADV after v   (=correctly)  
To make sure I did everything right, I bought a fat instruction book.     
3       adj   If you say that someone is seen in all theright    places or knows all theright    people, you mean that they go to places which are socially acceptable or know people who are socially acceptable.         
usu ADJ n     (Antonym: wrong)    He was always to be seen in the right places...     
4       adj   If someone is right   about something, they are correct in what they say or think about it.   ,   (Antonym: wrong)    Ron has been right about the result of every General Election but one...     
  rightly      adv  
He rightly assumed that the boy was hiding.     
5       adj   If something such as a choice, action, or decision is the right    one, it is the best or most suitable one.   ,   (Antonym: wrong)    She'd made the right choice in leaving New York..., The right decision was made, but probably for the wrong reasons...     
  rightly      adv   ADV with v  
She hoped she'd decided rightly.     
6       adj   If something is notright   , there is something unsatisfactory about the situation or thing that you are talking about.      
v-link ADJ, with brd-neg     (Antonym: wrong)    Ratatouille doesn't taste right with any other oil...     
7       adj   If you think that someone was right   to do something, you think that there were good moral reasons why they did it.      
v-link ADJ, usu ADJ to-inf     (Antonym: wrong)    You were right to do what you did, under the circumstances...     
  rightly      adv   ADV before v, ADV with cl  
The crowd screamed for a penalty but the referee rightly ignored them...     
8       adj   Right is used to refer to activities or actions that are considered to be morally good and acceptable.  
v-link ADJ, oft with brd-neg     (Antonym: wrong)    It's not right, leaving her like this...     
      Right is also a noun., n-uncount  
At least he knew right from wrong.     
  rightness      n-uncount   usu N of n  
Many people have very strong opinions about the rightness or wrongness of abortion.     
9       verb   If you right    something or if it rightsitself, it returns to its normal or correct state, after being in an undesirable state.      
They recognise the urgency of righting the economy...      V n  
Your eyesight rights itself very quickly.      V pron-refl  
10       verb   If you right    a wrong, you do something to make up for a mistake or something bad that you did in the past.       (=rectify)  
We've made progress in righting the wrongs of the past...      V n  
11       verb   If you right    something that has fallen or rolled over, or if it rightsitself, it returns to its normal upright position.      
He righted the yacht and continued the race...      V n  
The helicopter turned at an awful angle before righting itself.      V pron-refl  
12       adj   The right    side of a material is the side that is intended to be seen and that faces outwards when it is made into something.      
ADJ n     (Antonym: wrong)   
13    If you say that things are going right, you mean that your life or a situation is developing as you intended or expected and you are pleased with it.  
to go right      phrase   V inflects  
I can't think of anything in my life that's going right...     
14    If someone has behaved in a way which is morally or legally right, you can say that they are in the right. You usually use this expression when the person is involved in an argument or dispute.  
in the right      phrase   usu v-link PHR     (Antonym: in the wrong)    She wasn't entirely in the right...     
15    If you put something right   , you correct something that was wrong or that was causing problems.      
to put sth right      phrase   V inflects  
We've discovered what's gone wrong and are going to put it right.     
16   
    heart in the right place  
    heart  
    it serves you right  
    serve  
    on the right side of  
    side  

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right away, rightful, righteous, rig

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adj.
all right; runing smoothly
[Slang];[UK] Everything is tickety-boo with building our new house; soon we will move in.
adj.
all right; good, OK, satisfactory
informal
v.
be exactly right
[Fam.] Ex.: Her guess was right on the money.
n.
legal exclusive right of a person in pure virtual property which he can dispose of with its free will.
[Tech.];[Leg.]
adv.
in spite of the flaws/minuses/disadvantages; with goods and bads; with minuses and pluses
love / accept smb. flaws and all = love /accept smb. as he/she is, with qualities and flaws.
id.
expression referring to the belief that those who hold the power are entitled to anything
adj.
liked best of all
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exp.
expression meaning that a situation is no longer certain or predictable and that anything can happen
originating from horse racing where "all bets are off" indicated that bets already made were null due to various unpredicted factors
exp.
intensifying expression, often used with "look"
he looked for all the world as if he was going to cry: il avait vraiment l'air d'être sur le point de pleurer
id.
do or say something exactly right
My bestie hit the nail on the head when she figured out why I was worried / Identifying the specific cause of the failure, the technician hit the nail on the head
exp.
have everything together; have all things settled/organized
E.g.: Just when I had got all my ducks in a row and I was ready to go, I received a call and had to cancel my trip.
n.
rules concerning what people are owed to or allowed of, according to ethical principles of freedom and applied in society
abbr. acron.
greatest of all time
[Slang] You won! You're the GOAT!
v.
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This is a term rising in popularity
exp.
reach an extreme point or an upper limit; exhaust all options or resources
exp.
it occurred to me, I suddenly thought of it, I had an idea all of a sudden
E.g: I wondered all day long how to solve this problem and it suddenly hit me...I had to talk to Marry.
n.
Phrase used when someone has brought all the evidences to support his point of view; "I'm done with explanations"
exp.
go to the extreme; do everything that could be done; exhaust all possibilities and resources
exp.
a humorous way of saying that something is not needed at all
[Hum.];[Iron.]
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