What is the
difference between Right and Rite and Write?
What is the difference between Right and Rite and Write? :
Right : (adjective)
( 1 ) Morally good required by law or duty
Do what is right and honorable.
( 2 ) True or correct
What is the right time?
( 3 ) Most suitable, best in view of the circumstances
She is the right person for the job.
Are you on the right road?
Is this the right way to the airport?
( 4 ) Complete, real
She is the right old witch.
Right : (adverb)
( 1 ) Exactly, directly
She is sitting right beside me.
( 2 ) Completely, directly, all the way
Go right to the end of this road.
( 3 ) Correctly, properly, satisfactorily
Nothing seems to be going right for me at this moment.
Have I guessed right or wrong?
( 4 ) Immediately
I must answer that phone. But I shall be right back.
Right : (noun)
( 1 ) What is good, just, honorable, etc…
She did right to tell me the truth.
Do you know the difference between right and wrong?
( 2 ) Proper claim to something or authority
What rights have you to do so?
( 3 ) Thing one may do or have by law
Everyone has a right to a fair trial.
Rite : (noun)
( 1 ) Religious or some other solemn ceremony
Everyone performs religious rites.
Write : (verb)
( 1 ) Make letters or other symbols on a surface with a pen or pencil
Write on both sides of the paper.
Do not write in the margin.
( 2 ) (Of a pen, pencil) be capable of being used for writing
My new pen writes well.
( 3 ) Work as an author or journalist by writing about something or for a newspaper
He gave up his job in the factory in order to write.
I write about politics for a news paper.
( 4 ) Write and send a letter to someone
Write to me often when you are away.
She wrote to thank me.
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