Last modified on 23 October 2014, at 11:18

right on

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AdjectiveEdit

right on (comparative more right on, superlative most right on)

  1. (UK, often pejorative) Possessing political and social views that are considered to be fashionable and left-wing.
    • 2014 October 23, Pitel, Laura, “Charity refuses money from Ukip calypso song”, The Times, number 71335, page 2:
      Ukip said that it was saddened that "synthetic outrage" from the "right-on media" had forced Read to withdraw the single and announced that the full profits would be donated to the Red Cross Ebola Outreach programme.

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right on

  1. (US, idiomatic) An expression of enthusiasm or encouragement.
    I knew you could do it. Right on!