adjective see right on 2

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  • Right On — can mean the following:* Right On (album) , the 1970 album recorded by The Supremes for the Motown label, the first Supremes album not to feature former lead singer Diana Ross * Right On! , an American teen magazine catering to African American… …   Wikipedia

  • right on — adj informal 1.) BrE someone who is right on supports social justice, equal rights, the protection of the environment etc often used to show disapproval because someone does this in an extreme way →↑PC, politically correct ↑politically correct ▪… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Right On! — is an American teen magazine. It is published by Dorchester Media in New York City, and it was a sister publication of Tiger Beat .The magazine was born in 1971, out of necessity to have a teen idol type of magazine for Black teens in the United… …   Wikipedia

  • right on — ► right on informal 1) expressing support, approval, or encouragement. 2) (right on) informal, often derogatory in keeping with fashionable liberal or left wing opinions and values. Main Entry: ↑right …   English terms dictionary

  • right on — adjective AMERICAN INFORMAL correct or true: I think your analysis of the situation is right on …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • right-on — ☆ right on [rīt΄än′ ] adj. Slang sophisticated, informed, current, etc …   English World dictionary

  • right on — UK / US adjective informal 1) British someone who is right on has fashionable left wing views on political and social issues. This word often shows that you dislike people like this Her parents are very right on. right on thinking 2) American… …   English dictionary

  • right-on — 1) adj American admirable, thoroughgoing, authentic. A term of approval from the late 1970s which derives from right on! , the 1960s exclamation of enthusiasm, support, agreement or solidarity (itself originally from black American speech). The… …   Contemporary slang

  • right on — adjective 1 BrE someone who is right on or has right on opinions, supports social justice, equal rights etc: It s one of those annoyingly right on magazines about the environment. 2 AmE someone is right on when they say something that is correct… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • right-on — ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n You can describe someone as right on if they have liberal or left wing ideas, especially if you disagree with them or want to make fun of them. right on → see right The people that come to watch the play are all those right… …   English dictionary

  • Right-On — Infobox Album | Name = Right On Type = Live album Artist = Charly Antolini Dick Morrissey Released = 1993 Recorded = 6th May 1993 Genre = Jazz Length = Label = Bellaphone Producers = Reviews = Last album = Charly Antolini Meets Dick Morrissey… …   Wikipedia

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