rightadverb

  • jaすぐに
  • enimmediately; without delay

Examples

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1.
In here, I'll be right back, okay?
2.
My mom, she'll find you.
3.
Do you understand?
4.
I won't tell her about you, I promise.
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1.
Kyra, would you mind showing the young lady where she can find the restroom?
2.
Sure, come on, young lady.
3.
I'll be right back, Kel.
4.
Take your time!
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1.
Hey, so do you maybe wanna get back together just for the ceremony today?
2.
Totally.
3.
And then we'd break up again right after?
4.
Yeah, 'cause I have a date with this congressman guy tomorrow.
5.
We're going to a hotel, and we have to use fake names.
6.
Mine's gonna be "Shh."
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1.
Ross.
2.
Your little creature's got the remote again.
3.
Marcel, Marcel, give Rossy the remote.
4.
Marcel.
5.
Marcel, you give Rossy the remote right now.
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1.
Lynn?
2.
I need an ambulance right away.
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1.
Didn't know what to get him so I just went with Legos.
2.
Sorry, I'll be right back.
3.
That's cool.
4.
What kind of Legos?
5.
Red.
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1.
We've detected some unusual activity on your credit card.
2.
Oh, man. Do you think it was stolen?
3.
First, would you mind verifying your home address?
4.
Yes.
5.
383 Linden Ave., Scranton, PA.
6.
And may I have the last 4 digits of your Social Security?
7.
6-6-5-0.
8.
Well, Mr. Halpert, you're obviously not in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
9.
- Wait a minute. Yes, I am. - I'm going to go ahead and put a hold on your card.
10.
No. I think that we should let the criminal use the card a little longer.
11.
Very funny, sir.
12.
- We'll get a new card out to you right away. - No—
13.
Have a nice day, and thank you.
14.
Shoot.
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1.
So, ladies, uh, how are you enjoying your meal?
2.
You know what?
3.
- The food was popping. - Yeah, it was.
4.
How about I do you guys a favor and box up your leftovers for you?
5.
- Yes, sure, thanks. - Okay then, let me grab that for you.
6.
- I got you. - Alright.
7.
I'll be right back, okay?
8.
- Well, that was nice. - He's so nice.
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Even when I did my first few movies,
2.
I would go right back into class.
3.
Do a movie, back into class.
4.
'Goodfellas,' back into class.

Other meanings for right...

rightadjective

  • ja右の
  • enof, on, or towards the side of the body that is towards the east when a person faces north
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Something just brushed up against my right leg.
2.
- What is it? - Oh.
3.
Oh, it's okay. It was just my left leg.
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1.
James Bond, in America, we drive on the right side of the road.
2.
I am.
3.
You try driving in platforms.
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1.
Could you get 'round, and scratch behind my right ear?
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1.
I've heard about the guy you're fighting.
2.
Be worried.
3.
I saw him sparring the other day.
4.
He's blind in his right eye.
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1.
Now, which section of the first tier?
2.
Right, left,
3.
right center, center—
4.
Just any section is fine.
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1.
I really did break every bone in my right arm.
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1.
Left foot, red.
2.
Left foot, red!
3.
Do you think if I could tell my right from my left, I'd be a lunch lady?
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1.
Mr Heffernan, can you describe the pain?
2.
Yeah, it was pain just shooting down my right arm.

rightadjective

  • ja正しい
  • entrue, correct, acceptable or proper
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Mute
1.
What are you doing here?
2.
You can't be here.
3.
I've come to talk to Ross.
4.
What?
5.
Nothing.
6.
No, nothing.
7.
I was gonna call him but—
8.
You came to tell him you love him.
9.
I knew it!
10.
I was right!
11.
I'm right, right?
12.
I'd really rather talk to him.
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1.
You just want me out of here so you can make your move!
2.
Oh, 'cause you're such a threat.
3.
That's right.
4.
She will not be able to resist these pearls.
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1.
Do I look my age?
2.
If I say yes, is that gonna be the right answer?
3.
No.
4.
No then.
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1.
I just finally know what I have to do.
2.
And I know in my heart that it's right.
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1.
Ross said my name up there.
2.
I mean, come on, I can't just pretend that didn't happen, can I?
3.
Ugh, I don't know.
4.
Monica, what should I do?
5.
Just do the right thing.
6.
What?
7.
Tow the line!
8.
Thread the needle!
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1.
Why would an 18-year-old want to carry someone else's baby?
2.
It sounds cracked.
3.
I just know that this is right.
4.
I said no.
5.
Well, I'm doing it, with or without you.
6.
Good.
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1.
Cal?
2.
Becky?
3.
Something's not right about this.
4.
I think we should head back to the road.
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Mute
1.
But, the important thing is to show people that rebounding from failure…
2.
is more important than never failing in the first place.
3.
You're right.
4.
Thanks for the talk, tío.
5.
I feel better.
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Mute
1.
You have to finish your presentation.
2.
Just because you're my boyfriend doesn't mean you get to tell me what to do.
3.
I'm doing this because I care about you, and you care about the girls in GEmS.
4.
You help people. That's what you do.
5.
You're right.
6.
I can't let them down.