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    what does "right on" mean?

    what does it mean

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    Re: what does "right on" mean?

    As I understand it , it's an Americanism for "ok" or "I agree with that".


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    Re: what does "right on" mean?

    In England it can also be used as an adjective, meaning "politically correct" ("PC")

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