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Pronunciation of Rights: Learn how to pronounce Rights in English correctly

Learn how to say Rights correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word right:

1morally good, justified, or acceptable:
I hope we’re doing the right thing
[with infinitive]:
you were quite right to criticize him
2true or correct as a fact:
I’m not sure I know the right answer
her theories were proved right
[predic.] correct in one’s opinion or judgement:
she was right about Tom having no money
according to what is correct for a particular situation:
is this the right way to the cottage?
you’re not holding it the right way up
best or most appropriate for a particular situation:
he was clearly the right man for the job
I was waiting for the right moment to ask him
socially fashionable or important:
he was seen at all the right places
3 [predic.] in a satisfactory, sound, or normal state or condition:
that sausage doesn’t smell right
if only I could have helped put matters right
4on, towards, or relating to the side of a human body or of a thing which is to the east when the person or thing is facing north:
my right elbow
the right edge of the field
5 [attributive] British informal complete; absolute (used for emphasis):
I felt a right idiot
6relating to a person or group favouring conservative views:
are you politically right, left, or centre?
1to the furthest or most complete extent or degree (used for emphasis):
the car spun right off the track
I’m right out of ideas
exactly; directly (used to emphasize the precise location or time of something):
Harriet was standing right behind her
informal without delaying or hesitating; immediately:
I’ll be right back
[as submodifier] dialect or archaic very:
it’s right spooky in there!
he had guessed right
in the required or necessary way; satisfactorily:
nothing’s going right for me this season
3on or to the right side:
turn right off the B1269