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Then came the night of 14 April. The sky was clear and the sea was calm. Many of the passengers were asleep. Captain Smith knew there were icebergs nearby, so he told a man to keep watch from the top of the ship. Suddenly, at 11.40 p.m., the man saw something. He grew cold with fear. A huge iceberg stood right in the path of the Titanic.
Does "stood right" in the this context mean "A huge iceberg stood in the right side of the Titanic's path" ?
If something is "right in front of you" it means "directly in front", "straight ahead", "dead ahead".
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