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go right

To happen or unfold successfully, correctly, and/or fortuitously. Nothing has gone right for Tom since his marriage to Anthony fell apart. If our plan goes right, we'll see a huge bump in sales by the end of the year.
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go right

Succeed, happen correctly, as in If everything goes right, we should be in Canada by Tuesday, or Nothing has gone right for me today. This idiom uses right in the sense of "in a satisfactory state," a usage dating from the mid-1600s.
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References in classic literature ?
He goes right slap up to the foot of a birch tree, first pan, fills it with dirt, and washes out more'n a dollar coarse gold.
Nothing goes right, father; nothing is like what it used to be.
Ideally his next run would be the Betfair Ascot Chase in three weeks' time if everything goes right.
This means that the blood goes right back into the body instead.
The team then gets a few pages (some players said as many as five) detailing the opposition, including tendencies of each player, such as, how often a player shoots when he dribbles left, or how often Tigers center Glen ``Big Baby'' Davis goes right or left when he catches the ball in the low post, and whether he is more apt to shoot or pass depending on the direction of his move.
Little did I know you were waiting at the bottom and the board goes right over your head and you didn't even know it.
Hang the wand on the side of the blivet so the water goes right back in the blivet when you're not deconning.
The result of our innovative approach to energy pricing and risk management goes right to the bottom line for our clients and helps reduce the overall cost of occupancy for the tenants in our managed investment properties.
Oh, I say, and my heart goes right out to the daughter.
Editorial goes right to the core of professional developers building and buying mission-critical software solutions based on Microsoft technology," Fawcette said.
I hope it all goes right on Saturday," said trainer's husband Mark.
It turns sinusitis-fighting antibiotics into a mist that goes right to the area of the infection.
The end of the holiday shopping season goes right up to the wire - 27 percent of consumers said they won't finish their holiday shopping until late December; 42 percent said they have, at least once, finished their shopping on Christmas Eve
Some shitty rail in Portland that goes right into a wall and the way Joey is, he'll try and jump on everything.
And then after that, he turns, fakes and goes right.