There are 2 definitions of right on in English:

right on1

informal Used as an expression of strong support, approval, or encouragement. See also right-on.
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Word of the day internecine
Pronunciation: ˌɪntəˈniːsʌɪn
adjective
destructive to both sides in a conflict

There are 2 definitions of right on in English:

right-on2

Line breaks: right-on

adjective

informal , often derogatory
In keeping with fashionable liberal or left-wing opinions and values: the right-on music press
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  • Cuba's revolution saw in the decade of left-wing youth and right-on liberation.
  • Much more pertinently, as far as the bigger picture is concerned,, it was at that time she won the adoration of the right-on liberals and a legion of lesbians by outing herself and posing publicly with her then girlfriend.
  • McEwan used to be as miserable and as macabre as he was right-on and left-wing.

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