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Right / Wrong, That's Right / That's Wrong, You're Right / You're Wrong

"Right" means correct, suitable.

Moving to the new office during the summer was the right decision.
That's right. They have accepted our offer.
You're right. We have to schedule a meeting as soon as possible.

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Right Now / Right Away / Straight Away

"Right now", "right away" and "straight away" mean immediately.

Don't worry. I'll send you the file right away.
If you leave right now you'll avoid the rush hour.
Don't worry. I'll get to it straight away.

Right / Straight

"Right" and "straight" mean directly.

We took the baby right to the hospital.
When we got there the receptionist took us straight to the emergency room.
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