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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.
See also: go, right
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Why, he might 'a' found out he couldn't get his revenge, and be going right after that money."
"Well," said Conseil, "after all this, are we going right?"
It may not seem so at the moment, but because you believe in your heart of hearts that everything is going right, you will see it unfold before your eyes-that, which you thought wasn't right, was perfect after all.
The 24-year-old said: "i have this strange feeling inside me where it feels everything is going right. Everything went right in the group and everyone is so happy.
Nothing seems to be going right for him; there's no one to talk to.
In a interview to a website, Salman Butt said that nothing is going right for the all rounder since last many months.
The flaring maw of this brute makes short work of anything that might stand in your way and with a mulching ratio of 10:1 as well as a wet leaf scraper to increase the collection of wet leaves, it'll keep you going right into the depths of winter.
London, Nov 28 (ANI): Nothing seems to be going right for Gordon Ramsay - the celebrity chef received a blow after the roof of one his restaurants fell on diners.
"It's very difficult to come here and win, history suggests that, but if you can keep your spirits and keep that fight within the team when it is not going right that is important," said Vaughan.
In the main I'm pleased with his results, because he's been a difficult horse and sought help from Linda Davies to resolve the issues of going right.
FOR three rounds, everything seemed to be going right for David Howell at the TCL Classic on the Chinese island of Hainan.
The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) offers Characteristics of Chinese Human Smugglers, which presents findings of a study that uncovered the inner workings of Chinese human smuggling organizations by going right to the source--the smugglers themselves.
I ended up going right through it and everybody ended up skidding out trying to avoid me.
Its work--of finding out for Congress what is going right and wrong in the rest of the government--is crucial, extending far beyond accounting.
You can do that here because even though it rains all winter it never freezes, so I can keep turnips and potatoes and chard and kale going right through the winter.