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swipe right

1. slang To show interest in or approval of someone or something in an app. The phrase was popularized by the dating app Tinder, in which users "swipe right" on the screen to indicate interest in a potential mate. That girl is gorgeous, I'm definitely swiping right. Ooh, this guy's funny—swipe right! I keep swiping right because these dresses are all gorgeous.
2. slang By extension, to accept, agree with, or show enthusiasm for something. A night out instead of studying? I'm swiping right on that.
See also: right, swipe
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The leaked manual also suggests that the two phones will incorporate Samsung's AI assistant Bixby, which will enabled by swiping right on the home screen.
When that happens, users can keep swiping right to open the main Instagram app.
For example: Holding the power button and either volume button while swiping right to turn off the phone?
I like to get to know someone as opposed to the human Argos catalogue of swiping right, left and right.
So pass me the Lambrini - because I'm swiping right for this comeback.
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In the Tinder world, swiping left on a picture means user dislikes the profile, while swiping right means he/she likes it.
Check those data-leaking widgets by unlocking your iPhone, then swiping right to the widgets panel, and scrolling down.
Once the energy bar is filled, players can activate the character's Lucha Dash by swiping right on their device's screen.
That means guys (it is overwhelmingly men) who play a numbers game by swiping right on every single profile have had their strategy curtailed.
friends by swiping right on their names in the inbox.
From the camera, swiping right would open chats and conversations with friends.
The final feature is a reply shortcut, thatallows users toreply to messages by swiping right on any message and typing the response.
We found ourselves swiping right on guys we have common interests with.
I might even consider swiping right if a knack for recycling is thrown in.