Definition of too right in English:

too right

British informal Used to express one’s enthusiastic agreement with a statement.
More example sentences
  • In news, Toploader say they've been ‘lucky’ - too right, mate.
  • This is another one of those ‘ocker Aussie characters’ being played by a drama school graduate whose idea of acting is to stomp around grunting ‘g'day scrubber, too right mate.’
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