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right·ward

 (rīt′wərd)
adv. & adj.
To or on the right.

rightward

(ˈraɪtwəd)
adj
situated on or directed towards the right
adv
a variant of rightwards

right•ward

(ˈraɪt wərd)

adv.
1. Also, right′wards. toward or on the right.
adj.
2. situated on the right.
3. directed toward the right.
Translations

rightward

[ˈraɪtwəd]
A. ADJ [movement etc] → a or hacia la derecha
B. ADV [move etc] → a or hacia la derecha

rightward

[ˈraɪtwərd] rightwards [ˈraɪtwərdz] (POLITICS)
adj [trend, shift] → vers la droite
advvers la droiteright wing n
(SPORT)aile f droite
to play on the right wing → jouer ailier droit
(POLITICS)droite f
(MILITARY)aile f droiteright-wing [ˌraɪtˈwɪŋ] adj [government, views] → de droiteright-winger [ˌraɪtˈwɪŋər] n
(POLITICS) (man)homme m de droite; (woman)femme f de droite
(SPORT)ailier m droit
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