righto

interjection \ ˌrīt-ˈō , ˈrī-(ˌ)tō \

Definition of righto

used to express cheerful concurrence, assent, or understanding

First Known Use of righto

1896


RIGHTO Defined for English Language Learners

righto

interjection

Definition of righto for English Language Learners

  • —used to say that you agree with, understand, or accept something that you have been told


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