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righto

[ rahyt-oh, rahyt-oh; rahy-toh, -toh ]
/ ˈraɪtˌoʊ, ˈraɪtˈoʊ; ˈraɪˌtoʊ, -ˈtoʊ /
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interjection Chiefly British.
(used to express understanding or assent).
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Origin of righto

First recorded in 1895–1900; right + -o
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British Dictionary definitions for righto

righto

right oh

/ (ˈraɪtˈəʊ) /

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British informal an expression of agreement or compliance
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