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righto

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Pronunciation: /ˈrʌɪtəʊ
 
, rʌɪtˈəʊ
 
/
(also righty-ho /rʌɪtɪˈhəʊ/)

Definition of righto in English:

exclamation

British informal
Expressing agreement or assent: ‘Coming to pick up the kids?’ ‘Righto.’
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  • ‘Yeah, righto,’ he said, adding with the sneer still in his voice, ‘I suppose you can swim, can you?’
  • Scatter your vocabulary with words such as ‘righty-ho’, ‘lovely’, ‘super’ and ‘artichoke’
  • ‘Righto,’ I say. ‘Let's do it.’

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