righto
interjection Date: 1896 — used to express cheerful concurrence, assent, or understanding

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • righto — [rīt′ō, rī′tō′] interj. Chiefly Brit. yes; certainly …   English World dictionary

  • righto — [[t]ra͟ɪto͟ʊ[/t]] also right oh EXCLAM (formulae) Some people say righto to show that they agree with a suggestion that someone has made. [BRIT, INFORMAL] Righto, Harry. I ll put Russ Clements in charge. Syn: OK …   English dictionary

  • righto — right|o [ˌraıtˈəu US ˈou] interjection also .right oh BrE informal used to show that you agree with a suggestion that someone has made = ↑OK ▪ Righto, I ll see you at six …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • righto — right|o [ ,raı tou ] interjection BRITISH SPOKEN OLD FASHIONED used for saying that you agree with a statement or accept a suggestion or an order: Will you come with me to pick up the kids? Righto! …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • righto — UK [ˌraɪˈtəʊ] / US [ˌraɪˈtoʊ] interjection British spoken old fashioned used for saying that you agree with a statement, or you accept a suggestion or an order Will you come with me to pick up the kids? Righto! …   English dictionary

  • righto — /ruyt oh , ruyt oh ; ruy toh , toh /, interj. Chiefly Brit. (used to express understanding or assent). [1895 1900; RIGHT + O] * * * …   Universalium

  • righto — interjection okay …   Wiktionary

  • Righto — okay; that s right …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • righto — Australian Slang okay; that s right …   English dialects glossary

  • righto — (also righty ho) exclamation Brit. informal expressing agreement or assent …   English new terms dictionary

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