Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Right"

The meaning of "Right" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Что значит get right into?
A: @Tantrum: start immediately.
Q: Что значит I know, right??
A: I'd equate it to 「そうな!」.
Q: Что значит right opposite?
A: It means directly opposite, implicitly very near.
Q: Что значит "for right" in "Hackers for right" in the image ?
A: I think it means:
hackers fighting for the right thing.
Or
hackers fighting for the rights of others.
Q: Что значит "right" in 1185?
A: "correct"

Example sentences using "Right"

Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с right now .
A: I don't know where I'm supposed to be right now.

I think I'll go to bed right now.

I'm not ready to go to bed right now.

Can you call me right now?

Stop moving right now!

(I hope those examples helped)
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с it serves ~ right.
A: e.g. If I saw someone cut in line in front of other people, but upon getting to the front of the line he's not allowed inside, I would say "serves him right."
e.g. If my friend throws away a lot of food and later runs out of snacks, I would say "it serves you right for wasting food."
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с right.
A: - He turned left and then right
- Turn right in 100m

- You were right, the answer was 1
- I was right!
- Right, listen to me
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с serve/served/serves you right.
A: @Kuching: serve tu perkhidmatan ... Utk makanan.. Hidang.
I have served the company well.
He serve us a drink..

Served tu past tense..

Serve you right lak padan muka.
Q: Покажите мне примеры предложений с about right.
A: when fixing something you could say "that looks about right"

Synonyms of "Right" and their differences

Q: В чем разница между you're right и you could be right ?
A: You're right means that whatever that person said is true.
You could be right means that they are possibly right.

X: I think pi is 3.141597.
Y: You could be right.
X: Sorry it's 3.141596.
Y: You're right.
Q: В чем разница между right now и just now ?
A: "Right now I'm eating dinner"

"When did Steve call?"
"Just now, he said he's coming over"
Q: В чем разница между "I'll thank you to come right away" и "Thank you for coming right away" ?
A: Saying "I'll thank you to..." expresses a demand of someone. It implies that the person will be thanked at a future time when that demand is met. But the "thank you" is not meant literally. Usually the phrase is used in a condescending tone.
Q: В чем разница между "right now" и "right away" ?
A: Right now はnowの強調した言い方、「この瞬間」

Stop that right now!

Right awayはsoonの強調した言い方「今すぐ」

I will finish this work right away!

意味が重なる場合もいっぱいあるけど、right nowは「その場でできること」で、right awayは「少し時間がかかること」で使い分ける。
Q: В чем разница между I'll be right there. и I'll be right over. ?
A: It's pretty much the same thing. Just two different ways to say it.

Translations of "Right"

Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? is the right word "backpack"? it contains laptop and books...
A: Yes, backpack is correct
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? is the right word: electrical plug, outlet or something else?
A: I would say that is a "plug" connected to an "outlet".
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? "follow the right side of the mall and in the middle the shopping mall you can find the toilet sign "Is it awkward to say or incorrect? and what's better to say?
A: No, it is not awkward
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? "it/that" stands for "그것", right? Then I want to say "그것들" in english.
A: @JJunn: it would actually be Better to say ( There were many kinds of food/ dishes there .They were very fresh . After I ate them I felt fresh. )
Q: Как сказать на Английском (американский вариант)? what is the right to say the below is updates for windows 7 or to say the below are updates for windows 7 ( is or are ) for the previous or for the next
A: First of all, native speakers will put the location at the end. "The apples are below the table" instead of "below the table are the apples".

Is/are change based on the noun. Below isn't a noun. So the word here that matters is "updates" not below.

Other questions about "Right"

Q: is this right sentence?

(she has been overcooking a chicken soup since a while ago)
you are suppose to boil the chicken soup even more for it to become a porridge
A: suppose --> supposed
You are supposed to boil the chicken soup even more for it to become a porridge.
Or use 'even longer' instead of 'even more'
You are supposed to boil the chicken soup even longer for it to become a porridge.
Q: is this right sentence?

Having to watch TV from a distance so that you keep your eyesight has to be an essential behavior.
A: Watching TV from a distance is essential to protect your eyesight
Q: if i say "what you've been up to?" is wrong right? cause "have" goes first when asking? "what have you been up to?"
A: If I say "what you've been up to?" it's wrong, right? cause "have" goes first when asking? "what have you been up to?"


Right. "what you've been up to?" doesn't work as a question. It works as the start of a statement though
Q: is this right sentence?

Have you given any thought to which we eat?
A: It's incorrect because you used 'which'. 'which' needs to go with something (examples: "...any thought to *that* which we eat", "...any thought to which apples we eat?"

Correct sentences:
"Have you given any thought to what we're going to eat?" (what we're going to eat later in the future)
or
"Have you given any thought to what we're eating?" (what we're eating right now at this current moment"
Not 'which', because something needs to go with 'which' (example: "...any thought to *that* which we eat", "...any thought to which thing we're eating?"
or
"Have you given any thought to what we eat?" (less common, if for example, a lot of the food contained GMOs and you didn't like that, you could say this. This is hard to explain, "what we eat" is like overall what we always eat. I guess. Gosh if that's too confusing just hit reply and ask for a better explanation. I will try my best to deliver!)

Q: is this right sentence?

If she would be aware that you have been cheating on her, you would probably be put out on the street .
A: “If she would have been aware that you had been cheating in her, then you would probably be out in the streets.” I added would “have been” because you are talking in past tense. I also put “had” instead of “have” also because “have” is a present tense and “had” is past. I added “then” after the comma just to make it more fluid and show the time line of the sentence a bit better. And lastly, i just simplified “out on the street” to “out in the streets” because it sounds a bit better and more natural. hope this helps :))

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