Definition of right off the bat in English:

right off the bat

North American At the very beginning; straight away: I managed to have a disagreement with him right off the bat
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  • Installation is straightforward, and right off the bat, you got your options on how to setup the graphics.
  • I'm not just gonna take them straight to the best spots right off the bat.
  • I know this is a scam right off the bat, because I'm not anyone's employee.
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