• US /raɪts/
  • UK /raɪts/
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  • noun pl. 權利; 權利; 權利;所有物;
  • v. 改正,糾正; 恢復平穩;
  • Quinn would not sell the rights to her father's book
  • The policeman read him his rights
  • You need to buy a permit for the rights to build on this land
  • Sue carefully rights the painting by using a level
  • Steve rights the chair that fell over in the storm

第一夫人蜜雪兒怎麼說?2012全美人民民主代表大會 First Lady Michelle Obama's Remarks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention - Full Speech

第一夫人蜜雪兒怎麼說?2012全美人民民主代表大會 First Lady Michelle Obama's Remarks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention - Full Speech Image 24:42
  1. lives for our most fundamental rights, then surely we can do our part as citizens of

  2. this great democracy to exercise those rights.  surely, we can get to the polls on election day and

    在這個偉大的民主國家裡,我們可以行使這些權利。 當然,我們可以在選舉日到投票站去投票,然後
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  1. perfect, good, flawless
    1) Damn nigga, you see that bitch? 2) Yeah homie, that ass is right 1) I bet I can hit 2) Nigga please ----------
  2. A word you use when you're sort of indifferent to what a person is telling you. Often used as a bland filler in conversations. Frequently used in the phrases "I know right?" and "Right on!". Occasisonally said in a sarcastic manner.
    1.)Shelley: So then Tony was all "I've always loved you forever" and isn't he the cutest? And I know we'll always be together, and isn't he the greatest? And you think he's hot don't you and oh yeah you still don't have a boyfriend but don't you think tony's the cutest? Me: Right. (secretly rolling my eyes) 2.)Ryan: Jeez, that Shelley chik just goes on and on about herself and her pretentious boyfriend Tony. Me: I know right? 3.)Shelley: Hey guess what? Tony's related to the Olson twins! Isn't that amazing? Me: Oh, right on! (secretly thinking "NOT")
  3. Canadian and British slang implies real
    That guy is a right tosser.
  4. A sarcastic version of agreeing with someone about an argument.
    "I ran out the door and there were 200 cows on my front lawn" -Derek "right." -Sean
  5. well, it is a very complicated concept really. It is hard to explain in words so ill be leaving you wit this -----> that might be a clue. if not, i will understand. put up both of ur hands so the thumb and the pointer finger makes an "L" on each finger. Which ever "L" is facing the right way is left. Right is the other one. if u dont know ur alphabet than u wouldnt be able to read this anyway. if someone is reading this for u, then fuck that person. [sphinkter boy]
    Ching: hey man, turn right at this next intersection. This is extremely important. Wang: O.K. left it is.
  6. A question used to agree with someone
    Jimmy: "How come all of these children are in my car?" Dan: "Right?"
  7. Shortened form of "I know, right." Used to indicate agreement, often on such a level as to question the need for the statement being agreed to
    "That guy tried to Lars me in court today!" "Right!"
  8. Used in the North East of England, in place of the phrase: "damn right!"
    1. Person A: Want a beer? Person B: Aye, rights I do!!
  9. In England: During information-gathering conversations, "right" is an unconsciously uttered filler word that precedes the response to a question. The duration of the utterance is directly related to the assuredness of the response that follows. Short utterances indicate that respondents are confident of their answers. Drawn-out utterances denote that respondents have less confidence in their answers. When the pronunciation is drawn-out excessively, respondents are signaling that they do not know the correct answer, yet feel obliged to respond anyway.
    "How many eggs should I use in this quiche?" "Right. Three eggs ought to be enough." "What is the most direct route to Scarborough Fair?" "Ri-i-i-ght. I believe you follow this road to a roundabout, and go west." "Is the library open on Sunday?" "Ri-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-i-ight. I do remember a time when the library was open seven days a week."
  10. east coast of canada expression. (we seriously say this all the time.) it means 'really'.
    "man, that was right fucked up." "that's right cool" "it's right cold out"