The Word is:”right”

right

/rʌɪt/
adjective
adjective: right; comparative adjective: righter; superlative adjective: rightest

1. morally good, justified, or acceptable.
“I hope we’re doing the right thing”

synonyms: just, fair, equitable, good, upright, righteous, virtuous, proper, moral, morally justified,
ethical, honourable, honest, principled; More
lawful, legal
“I do not believe that it would be right to reverse this decision”

antonyms: wrong, unjust
2. true or correct as a fact.
“I’m not sure I know the right answer”

synonyms: correct, accurate, without error, unerring, exact, precise; accepted, proper, valid,
orthodox, conventional, established, official, formal, regular;
informalon the mark;
informalspot on;
de règle;
archaicmeet
“he was first to give the right answer”

antonyms: wrong, inaccurate

  • correct in one’s opinion or judgement.
    “she was right about Tom having no money”
    synonyms: correct, accurate, without error, unerring, exact, precise; accepted, proper, valid, orthodox, conventional, established, official, formal, regular;
    informal on the mark;
    informal spot on; de règle; archaicmeet
    “he was first to give the right answer”
    antonyms:wrong, inaccurate
  • according to what is correct for a particular situation.
    “is this the right way to the cottage?”
  • best or most appropriate for a particular situation.
    “he was clearly the right man for the job”
    synonyms: suitable, appropriate, acceptable, fitting, fit, correct, proper, desirable, preferable,

    ideal; well suited, well qualified
    “the right person for the job”
  • opportune, advantageous, favourable, auspicious, propitious, promising, heaven-sent, golden, good, lucky, happy, fortunate, benign, providential, felicitous, timely, well timed, ripe, convenient, expedient, suitable, appropriate, apt, fitting;
    archaicseasonable
    “you’ve come at just the right moment”
    antonyms: wrong, unsuitable, inopportune
  • socially fashionable or important.
    “he was seen at all the right places”
  • 2. relating to a person or group favouring conservative views.
    “are you politically right, left, or centre?”

    adverb
    adverb: right

    1. to the furthest or most complete extent or degree (used for emphasis).
    “the car spun right off the track”

    synonyms: completely, fully, entirely, totally, wholly, absolutely, altogether, utterly, thoroughly,
    quite; all the way, to the maximum extent, to the hilt, in all respects, in every respect
    “she was right at the limit of her patience”
  • dialectarchaic
    very.
    “it’s right spooky in there!”
  • 2. on or to the right side.
    “turn right off the B1269”

    noun
    noun: right; plural noun: rights; noun: the right; noun: Right; noun: the Right

    1. that which is morally correct, just, or honourable.
    “she doesn’t understand the difference between right and wrong”

    synonyms: goodness, rightness, righteousness, virtue, virtuousness, integrity, rectitude,
    uprightness, principle, propriety, morality, truth, truthfulness, honesty, honour, honourableness, justice, justness, fairness, equity, equitableness, impartiality; More
    lawfulness, legality
    “the difference between right and wrong”

    antonyms: wrong

    3. the right-hand part, side, or direction.
    “take the first turning on the right”

  • (in football or a similar sport) the right-hand half of the field when facing the opponent’s goal.
    “they made a neat series of passes over on the right”
  • the right wing of an army.
    “the allies succeeded in overrunning the French right”

  • a right turn.
    “he made a right in Dorchester Avenue”
  • a road or entrance on the right.
    “take the first right over the stream”
  • a person’s right fist, especially a boxer’s.
    “he ducked down low then brought up his right”
  • a blow given with the right fist.
    “the young copper swung a terrific right”
  • 4. a group or party favouring conservative views and supporting capitalist principles.
    “the Right got in at the election”

    verb
    verb: right; 3rd person present: rights; past tense: righted; past participle: righted; gerund or present participle: righting

    1. restore to a normal or upright position.
    “we righted the capsized dinghy”
    synonyms: turn the right way up again, turn back over, set upright again, stand upright again
    “you must be able to right a capsized dinghy”
    antonyms: invert, capsize

    exclamation informal
    exclamation: right

    1. used to indicate agreement or to acknowledge a statement or order.
    “‘Barry’s here.’ ‘Oh, right’”

  • used at the end of a statement to invite agreement, approval, or confirmation.
    “you went to see Angie on Monday, right?”
  • used as a filler in speech or to introduce an utterance or exhortation.
    “right, let’s have a drink”
  • Source credit: Google