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right wing

n.
1. The conservative or reactionary faction of a group.
2. See right.

right′-wing′ adj.
right′-wing′er n.

right-wing

Supporting or belonging to the most conservative and reactionary element of a political party or other group.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.right-wing - believing in or supporting tenets of the political right
right - of or belonging to the political or intellectual right

right-wing

right-wing

adjective
Strongly favoring retention of the existing order:
Translations

right-wing

[ˈraɪtˈwɪŋ] ADJ (Pol) → derechista, de derechas
see also right

right-wing

[ˌraɪtˈwɪŋ] adj (Pol) → di destra

right-wing

يـَمِينيّ pravicový højrefløjs- rechtsgerichtet δεξιός de derecha, de derechas oikeistolainen de droite Delete ljevičarski! di destra 右派の 우익의 rechts høyreorientert prawicowy da ala direitista, de direita правый högervriden พรรคการเมืองอนุรักษ์นิยม sağ kanat thuộc phe hữu 右翼的
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