“]”. ASCII character 93.
Common names: right square bracket; ITU-T: closing bracket; unbracket. Rare: unsquare; INTERCAL: U turn back.
Paired with left bracket.
noun 1. the cerebral hemisphere on the right side of the corpus callosum, controlling activity on the left side of the body, showing in humans some degree of specialization for spatial and nonverbal concepts. right-brained or right-brain [rahyt-breynd] /ˈraɪtˌbreɪnd/ adjective 1. having the right brain dominant, therefore being more adept at spatial and nonverbal concepts […]
or right-brain [rahyt-breynd] /ˈraɪtˌbreɪnd/ adjective 1. having the right brain dominant, therefore being more adept at spatial and nonverbal concepts and being more creative and emotional than logical and analytical. 2. of or relating to a person whose right brain is dominant.
[rahyt-bran-ching, -brahn-] /ˈraɪtˌbræn tʃɪŋ, -ˌbrɑn-/ adjective, Linguistics. 1. (of a grammatical construction) characterized by greater structural complexity in the position following the head, as the phrase the house of the friend of my brother; having most of the constituents on the right in a tree diagram (opposed to left-branching).
noun, Geometry. 1. a cone whose surface is generated by lines joining a fixed point to the points of a circle, the fixed point lying on a perpendicular through the center of the circle.