Also, straight out. Plainly, without holding back, as in He told her right out that he couldn’t run for another term, or When Jan told us she wanted to study medicine, Dad said straight out that he couldn’t afford medical school.
- Right outer join
- Right ovarian vein
right ovarian vein n. A vein that begins at the pampiniform plexus at the hilum of the ovary and opens into the inferior vena cava.
- Right parenthesis
character “)”. ASCII character 41. Common names: right paren; right parenthesis; right; close; thesis (“(” = paren); close paren; close parenthesis; right parenthesis; right banana. Rare: already (“(” = so); rparen; ITU-T: closing parenthesis; close round bracket, right round bracket, INTERCAL: wane (“(” = wax); unparenthisey (“(” = parenthisey); right ear. Paired with left parenthesis. […]
noun 1. an official form of address for abbots, abbesses, Anglican bishops, and other prelates. Right Reverend adjective 1. (in Britain) a title of respect for an Anglican or Roman Catholic bishop