righto

interjection
\ˌrīt-ˈō, ˈrī-(ˌ)tō\

Definition of righto 

used to express cheerful concurrence, assent, or understanding

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1896, in the meaning defined above

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righto

interjection

English Language Learners Definition of righto

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

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