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1 of 18) Right : ٹھیک Theek : (adjective) free from error; especially conforming to fact or truth.

He does right.
Just said right.+ More

Urdu Synonym(s) : درست Durust

English Synonym(s) : Correct

Related : Rightness Accurate Precise


2 of 18) Right : حق Haq : (noun) an abstract idea of that which is due to a person or governmental body by law or tradition or nature.

They are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights.
Certain rights can never be granted to the government but must be kept in the hands of the people.+ More

Related : Due Entree Human Right

3 of 18) Right : زر تلافی دینا Zar E Talafi Dena : (verb) make reparations or amends for.

Right a wrongs done to the victims of the incident.

English Synonym(s) : Compensate Correct Redress

Related : Modify Expiate

4 of 18) Right : بحال کرنا Bahal Karna : (verb) put in or restore to an upright position.

They righted the sailboat that had capsized.

Related : Modify

5 of 18) Right : فوراً Furan : (adverb) immediately.

She called right after dinner.

6 of 18) Right : بالکل Bilkul : (adverb) exactly.

English Synonym(s) : Flop

Related : Colloquialism

7 of 18) Right : قدامت پسند Qadamat Pasand : (noun) those who support political or social or economic conservatism; those who believe that things are better left unchanged.

Urdu Synonym(s) : نئے خیالات کا مخالف Naay Khayalat Ka Mukhalif

English Synonym(s) : Right Wing

Related : Sect

8 of 18) Right : درست کرنا Durust Karna : (verb) make right or correct.

Urdu Synonym(s) : صحیح کرنا Saheh Karna

English Synonym(s) : Correct Rectify

Related : Turn Repair Debug

9 of 18) Right : سیدھا ہاتھ Sidha Haath : (noun) the hand that is on the right side of the body.

He writes with his right hand but pitches with his left.
Hit him with quick rights to the body.

Urdu Synonym(s) : دایاں ہاتھ Daiyan Haath

English Synonym(s) : Right Hand

Related : Paw

10 of 18) Right : سچا Sacha : (adjective) correct in opinion or judgment.

Time proved him right.

English Synonym(s) : Correct

12 of 18) Right : دائیں جانب Dain Janib : (noun) a turn toward the side of the body that is on the south when the person is facing east.

Take a right at the corner.

13 of 18) Right : معقول Maqool : appropriate for a condition or purpose or occasion or a person's character, needs.

The right man for the job.

Urdu Synonym(s) : مناسب Munasib راست Rast

English Synonym(s) : Proper

Related : Appropriate

14 of 18) Right : سچائی Sachai : (noun) anything in accord with principles of justice.

He feels he is in the right.
The rightfulness of his claim.

English Synonym(s) : Rightfulness

Related : Justness

15 of 18) Right : نہایت Nihayat : (adverb) (Southern regional intensive) very; to a great degree.

They have a right nice place.

Urdu Synonym(s) : بہت Bohat

English Synonym(s) : Mightily Mighty Powerful

Related : Intensive

16 of 18) Right : صحیح Saheh : (adverb) in an accurate manner.

He guessed right.

Urdu Synonym(s) : ٹھیک Theek ٹھیک طرح Theek Tarha

English Synonym(s) : Aright Correctly

17 of 18) Right : مناسب Munasib : most suitable or right for a particular purpose.

The right time to act.

English Synonym(s) : Good Ripe

Related : Opportune

18 of 18) Right : صحیح Saheh : precisely accurate.

Urdu Synonym(s) : بالکل درست Bilkul Durust

English Synonym(s) : Veracious

Related : Accurate

Right in Book Titles

The Right to Food: In Theory and Practice.
Right-wing Women: From Conservatives to Extremists Around the World.
Natural Right and History.
Euthanasia and the Right to Die: A Comparative View.
The Rights of Others: Aliens, Residents, and Citizens.
The International Law on the Rights of the Child.

Useful Words

Abstract Abstraction : تصور Tasawwur : a concept or idea not associated with any specific instance. "They loved her only in the abstract"

Body Organic Structure Physical Structure : جسم Jisim : the entire structure of an organism (an animal, plant, or human being). "He felt as if his whole body were on fire"

Conforming Conformist : مقلد : adhering to established customs or doctrines (especially in religion).

Due : واجب الادا رقم Wajib Ul Ada Raqam : owed and payable immediately or on demand. "Payment is due"

Computer Error Error : ایرر Error : (computer science) the occurrence of an incorrect result produced by a computer. "When did this error come up?"

Especially Particularly Peculiarly Specially : خاص طور پر Khas Tor Par : to a distinctly greater extent or degree than is common. "He was particularly fussy about spelling"

Fact : اصل معلومعات Asal Malumat : a piece of information about circumstances that exist or events that have occurred. "Just get your facts straight before arguing with me"

Free Spare : فارغ Farigh : not taken up by scheduled activities. "Are you free right now ?"

Governmental : حکومتی Hukumti : relating to or dealing with the affairs or structure of government or politics or the state. "Governmental policy"

Idea Thought : ارادہ Irada : the content of cognition; the main thing you are thinking about. "Your thoughts would put you in a big trouble one day"

Jurisprudence Law : اصول Usool : the collection of rules imposed by authority. "Ever since he returned from London as a convict, he needs a legal advisor who specialize in British immigration and criminal law"

Nature : عادت Aadat : the complex of emotional and intellectual attributes that determine a person`s characteristic actions and reactions. "He is bound to his nature"

Individual Mortal Person Somebody Someone Soul : شخص Shakhs : a human being. "Every individual was gone through corona test before passing the immigration"

Tradition : روایت Riwayat : an inherited pattern of thought or action.

Truth : صداقت Sadaqat : a fact that has been verified. "Speak little, but speak the truth"

Which : کونسا Konsa : interrogatively. "Which matter?"