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王晰:Right,是什么意思?

  1、adj.正当;妥当;正确的;真正的;真;适当的;正好的;恰当的

  I incline to the view that he is right.

  我倾向于认为他是正确的。

  2、adv.正好;恰好;直接地;一直;径直;完全地;立即;马上;毫不耽搁

  We had taken a wrong turning,but a policeman put us right.

  我们转错了弯,但有一位警察给我们指出了正确的方向。

  3、n.正当;公正;正义;正确;正当的要求;权利;版权;发行权

  The property belongs to her as of right.

  这财产按理说是属于她的。

  4、v.使回到正常位置;把…扶正;使…直立;改正;纠正;使恢复正常

  I had to right the picture before I could feel comfortable.

  我得把这幅画扶正才能感到舒服。

  5、int.(表示同意或遵从)是的,好的;(引起注意,表示已作好准备或让别人做某事)嗨,喂;(要确保对方同意或明白时说)对不

  Right, I'll be back in a minute

  好的,我一会儿就回来。

  相关短语:

  1、right angle 直角

  2、right answer 正确的回答

  3、right bank 右岸

  4、right eye 右眼

  5、right hand 右手

  扩展资料:

  词义辨析:

  adj. (形容词)

  right,correct这两个词意思相同,都表示“正确”,多数情况下可互换。例如:

  Your answer is right〔correct〕.你的答案是正确的。其区别是:

  1、correct含有按标准或规则往往是“正确”的意味; 而right含有按道德规范往往是“正确”的意味。例如:

  This sentence is grammatically correct but idiomatically wrong.

  这句话从语法上讲是对的,但不符合习惯用法。

  I don't think it's right to leave children alone in a house.

  我认为把小孩独自留在房里是不对的。

  2、right有“正常的”“正义的”“井井有条的”等意思,而correct没有。例如:

  He invited the right persons.

  他邀请了该请的客人。

  Ms是无论对已未婚的女子的一个总称呼。如果,不敢肯定子是“小姐”还是“太太”时,就可以称它为Ms。比如说,当你的朋友带了一位新朋友来见你时,你不知道对方是否结婚,你对她的称呼就可以用Ms xxx。这样就不会因为说错而太尴尬。

  right

  [rait]

  n.

  正义, 公正, 正确, 权利, 右边, 右派

  adj.

  正, 正确的, 对的, 合适的, 恰当的, 健康的, 健全的, 正面的

  adv.

  正当地, 正确地, 一直地, 直接地, 完全地, 彻底地, 在右边

  right

  right

  AHD:[rot]

  D.J.[ra!t]

  K.K.[ra!t]

  adj.(形容词)

  right.er,right.est 缩写 r.,R.,rt.

  Conforming with or conformable to justice, law, or morality:

  正当的,正直的:与正义,法律或道德相符合的或可相符合的:

  do the right thing and confess.

  做正确的事并进行忏悔

  In accordance with fact, reason, or truth; correct:

  正确的:与事实,常理或真实情况相一致的;正确的:

  the right answer.

  正确的回答

  Fitting, proper, or appropriate:

  合适的:适宜的,合适的,恰当的:

  It is not right to leave the party without saying goodbye.

  不说声再见就离开舞会是不合适的

  Most favorable, desirable, or convenient:

  顺利的,有利的:最有利的,最需要的或最方便的:

  the right time to act.

  采取行动的最佳时间

  In or into a satisfactory state or condition:

  好的,正常的:处于令人满意的状态或情况:

  put things right.

  把事情办好

  In good mental or physical health or order.

  健康的,健全的:在神志上或身体上健康的或健全的

  Intended to be worn or positioned facing outward or toward an observer:

  正面的:需要面向外或面对观察者穿着或放置的:

  the right side of the dress; made sure that the right side of the fabric was visible.

  衣服的正面;保证织物的正面可以看到

  Of, belonging to, located on, or being the side of the body to the south when the subject is facing east.

  右方的:当面向东的时候,属于、位于或是身体朝南的一侧的

  Of, relating to, directed toward, or located on the right side.

  右侧的:属于,有关,直对或位于右侧的

  Located on the right side of a person facing downstream:

  右的:当某人面向下游方向时,于其右侧的:

  the right bank of a river.

  河右岸

  Often Right Of or belonging to the political or intellectual Right.

  常作 Right 右翼的:(属于)右翼政治派别或学术见解的

  Mathematics

  【数学】

  Formed by or in reference to a line or plane that is perpendicular to another line or plane.

  垂直的:有关垂直于另一条线或面的线或平面的,或者由其构成的

  Having the axis perpendicular to the base:

  直角的:具有垂直于基线的轴的:

  right cone.

  直角锥

  Straight; uncurved; direct:

  笔直的:直的;不弯的;直接的:

  a right line.

  一条直线

  Archaic Not spurious; genuine.

  【古语】 真的:不是假的;真正的

  n.(名词)

  That which is just, morally good, legal, proper, or fitting.

  正确,正当,公正,正义:公正的、在道德上好的、合法的、合适的或恰当的东西

  The direction or position on the right side.

  右:在右侧的方向或位置

  The right side.

  右侧

  The right hand.

  右手

  A turn in the direction of the right hand or side.

  靠右:右手或右侧方向的改变

  Often Right

  常作 Right

  The people and groups who advocate the adoption of conservative or reactionary measures, especially in government and politics.Also called right wing

  右翼分子:支持使用保守的或反动的措施的人或组织,尤指政府中或政治上的也作 right wing

  The opinion of those advocating such measures.

  右翼主张:支持右翼措施的人的主张

  Sports A blow delivered by a boxer's right hand.

  【体育运动】 右手拳:拳击选手右手所击出的一拳

  Baseball Right field.

  【棒球】 右外野

  Something that is due to a person or governmental body by law, tradition, or nature:

  权利:由法律,习惯或本性赋予某人或政府机构的东西:

  “Certain rights can never be granted to the government, but must be kept in the hands of the people”(Eleanor Roosevelt)

  “某些权利永不能归属于政府,必须掌握在人民手中”(埃莉诺·罗斯福)

  A just or legal claim or title.

  权利:合法或正当的要求或命令

  A stockholder's privilege of buying additional stock in a corporation at a special price, usually at par or at a price below the current market value.

  优惠权:通常以票面价值或低于市场价格的特殊价格在公司中购买增资股票的优惠认股权

  The negotiable certificate on which this privilege is indicated.

  优惠认股流通券:有以上权利的可流通证券

  Often rights A privilege of subscribing for a particular stock or bond.

  常作 rights 认股权:认购特定的股票或债券的特权

  adv.(副词)

  Toward or on the right.

  向右,右边

  In a straight line; directly:

  直接地:以直线地;直接地:

  went right to school.

  直接去学校

  In the proper or desired manner; well:

  好:以正确的或需要的态度地;好地:

  The jacket doesn't fit right.

  这件夹克衫不合适

  Exactly; just:

  恰当地;正好:

  The accident happened right over there.

  事故正好发生在那里

  Immediately:

  立刻:

  called me right after dinner.

  饭后立刻给我打电话

  Completely; quite:

  完全:完全地;彻底地:

  The icy wind blew right through me.

  冰冷的风直吹向我

  According to law, morality, or justice.

  正直地,正当地,公正地:符合法律,道德或正义地

  Accurately; correctly:

  正确地;准确地:

  answered the question right.

  准确地回答出问题

  Chiefly Southern U.S. Considerably; very:

  【多用于美国南部】 可观地;非常:

  They have a right nice place.

  他们有一个非常好的地方

  Used as an intensive:

  用干加强语气:

  kept right on going.

  一直向前

  Used in titles:

  用于称谓:

  The Right Reverend Jane Smith.

  至尊至贵的琼·史密斯

  v.(动词)

  right.ed,right.ing,rights

  v.tr.(及物动词)

  To put in or restore to an upright or proper position:

  扶直,使正:安置或恢复垂直或正常的位置:

  They righted their boat.

  他们使船恢复了平衡

  To put in order or set right; correct:

  整理,整顿,纠正:按顺序放置或调整;纠正:

  measures designed to right generations of unfair labor practices.

  为修正几代人不公平的劳工条例而制定的措施

  To make reparation or amends for; redress:

  补偿:修补,赔偿;弥补:

  right a wrong.

  补偿过失

  v.intr.(不及物动词)

  To regain an upright or proper position.

  恢复平衡:恢复直立的或正确的位置

  by rights

  In a just or proper manner; justly.

  按理说,正当地:正当合理地;按理

  in (one's) own right

  Through the force of one's own skills or qualifications.

  凭本身的能力或资格

  right and left

  From all directions or on every side:

  四面八方,到处:

  criticism coming right and left; questions raised from right and left.

  来自四面八方的批评;从四面八方提出的问题

  to rights

  In a satisfactory or orderly condition:

  恢复正常:处于令人满意地或井井有条的状态:

  set the place to rights.

  把这地方布置好

  Middle English

  中古英语

  from Old English riht * see reg-

  源自 古英语 riht *参见 reg-

  right“er

  n.(名词)

  right,privilege,prerogative,perquisite,birthright

  These nouns apply to something, such as a power or possession, to which one has an established claim.

  这些名词指某人享有既定的所有权的东西,例如权力或财产。

  Right refers to a legally, morally, or traditionally just claim:

  Right 指合法的,符合道德规范的或传统上的正当权力:

  “I'm a champion for the Rights of Woman” (Maria Edgeworth).

  “我是女性权力的捍卫者” (玛莉亚·埃奇沃恩)。

  “An unconditional right to say what one pleases about public affairs is what I consider to be the minimum guarantee of the First Amendment” (Hugo L. Black).

  “对公共事件发表意见的自由权力正是我认为应是第一修正案的最低保证” (雨果·L.布莱克)。

  “Our children are not individuals whose rights and tastes are casually respected from infancy, as they are in some primitive societies” (Ruth Benedict).

  “我们的孩子不是那种从婴儿期起,其权力和爱好就好象他们在低等社会那样被漫不经心地看待的人” (露丝·本尼迪克特)。

  Privilege usually suggests a right not enjoyed by everyone:

  Privilege 通常指不是每个人都能享受的权利:

  “When the laws undertake to . . . grant . . . exclusive privileges, to make the rich richer and the potent more powerful, the humble members of society . . . have a right to complain of the injustice of their government” (Andrew Jackson).

  “如果法律保证排他的特权,从而使富者更富有,有权有势者更有权势,那么生活于社会下层的人们就有权力指责他们政府的不公平” (安德鲁·杰克)。

  Prerogative denotes an exclusive right or privilege, as one based on custom, law, office, or recognition of precedence:

  Prerogative 指某人基于习惯,法律,职务或公认地优先地位的基础得到的排他权利或特权:

  It is my prerogative to change my mind. Aperquisite is a privilege or advantage accorded to one by virtue of one's position or the needs of one's employment:

  是否改变主意是我的权利。 Perguisite 是指由于某人地位的功效或者其工作需要而享有的特权或利益:

  “The wardrobe of her niece was the perquisite of her [maid] ” (Tobias Smollett).Abirthright is a right to which one is entitled by birth:

  “这个大衣箱是她表妹作为〔淑女〕 的特权” (托比阿斯·斯莫莱特)。Birthright 是某人生来就享有的权利:

  Many view gainful employment as a birthright.

  许多人认为能获得职业是与生俱来的权利

  right

  [rait]

  adj.

  右面的; 右派的

  (指行为等)正当的; 合法的; 应该的

  正确的; 令人满意的, 真实的

  最合适的; (就情况等而言)最好的, 可取的

  健康的; 神智清楚的

  笔直的; 直角 的

  (人、性格)正直的; [美]同情的, 有好意的

  (布的)正面的

  You were right in deciding not to go.

  你决定不去是正当的。

  What's the right time?

  现在准确的时间是几点?

  Have you got the right [exact] fare?

  你有正好的钱付车费吗?

  He is the right man for the job.

  他是担任这份工作最合适的人选。

  Learn to say the right at the right time.

  学习在适当的时候说适当的话。

  Do you feel all right?

  你感觉一切都好吗(就身体而言)?

  right

  adv.

  一直地; 直接地

  全程地(与to, round 等连用); 完全地; 彻底地(与off, out 等连用)

  公正地; 正确地, 令人满意地; 适当地

  [古、方]极度地; 非常地

  立刻, 马上, 立即地, 立时地

  =very(用在尊称之前, 意为"极受人尊敬的", 如:the right Reverend 对主教之尊称)

  向右地, 右方地

  Put it right in the middle.

  把它放在正中间。

  The wind was rightin our faces.

  风迎面吹来。

  Go right to the end of the street, and then turn left.

  走完这条街再向左拐。

  Nothing seems to go right with him.

  他似乎干什么事都不顺心。

  right

  n.

  公理; 正确; [pl. ] 事情的真相

  公正; 正义; 道理

  权利; 有权利要求的东西; [常用复](董事对新股的)优惠权

  右面; 右侧

  【军】右翼; [美](海军)右舷

  [Right ](从主席台上看去)右座议员[党员]; 右翼[右派](分子); 保守派, 保守分子

  know the difference between right and wrong

  明辨是非

  What are the rights and wrongs of the case?

  这案件的真相如何?

  right

  vt.

  扶直; 拨正

  改[纠]正; 整理

  [美]把(舵)转向右舷

  使恢复名誉或权力; 为...报复; 拯救

  right a fallen pole

  把倒下的木杆扶直

  right errors

  纠正错误

  right the oppressed

  公正对待受压迫者

  right

  vi.

  (船等)恢复正常[平稳]

  The ship slowly righted again.

  那船慢慢恢复平稳。

  right-about

  [5raitEbaut]

  n.

  相反方向; 向后转; 转变

  right

  adj., adv.

  向后转的[地]

  vt., vi.

  (使)向后

  rightabout-face

  [`raItE9baJt`feIs]

  n., vi.

  向后转, 根本转变

  right-alternative

  adj.

  右交错的

  right-angled

  adj.

  成直角的, 有直角的, 正交的

  right-annihilating

  n.

  右零化

  right-down

  [`raItdaJn]

  adj.,adv.

  彻底的[地]; 真正的[地]

  right-footed

  adj.

  右脚踢球的

  right-hand

  adj.

  右边的; [喻]得力的

  (=right-handed)

  adj.

  (惯用)右手的; 顺时针方向的, 向右转的

  right-hander

  n.

  惯用右手的人

  用右手打的一击

  right-handwise

  adv.

  顺时针方向, 右旋地

  right-invariant

  n.

  右不变量

  right-justify

  vt.

  向右对齐

  right-laid

  adj.

  正绞的

  right-of-way

  n.

  筑路[公路]用

  right

  right来自古英语riht直的,垂直的。right hand是指比较强有力的那只手,对一般人来说,是右手,由此right又取得了“右的,右边的”含义。自古以来,人们认为右手最重要,因此认为right就是“正确的”。

  对....右

  correct....meaning1

  direction..meaning 2

  对``正确`

  右边`