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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.
See also: go, right
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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
The American Heritage® Dictionary of Idioms by Christine Ammer. Copyright © 2003, 1997 by The Christine Ammer 1992 Trust. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.
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And often they got so interested listening, that when he had finished they found their fire had gone right out; and they had to scurry round to get more sticks and build a new one.
"We all realise that today was one of those days where everything that could have gone right went right and that today is a tremendous memory for us, but that it is also the vehicle for something hopefully bigger and better towards the end of May.
However, little has gone right for him since and there have been only three visits to the racecourse, with a 15-length fourth behind The Package at Cheltenham in December his most encouraging performance.
While I'd love to tell you we've spent every day since we got out of that chemo ward being the perfect, enlightened mother-and-daughter duo, the truth is that we've gone right back to mostly driving each other nuts--just like most moms and daughters out there.
What's gone right? I would like to think that the downturn in sales was due to the Center for Science in the Public Interest's widely publicized 1998 report, Liquid Candy, which lambasted the soft-drink industry.
Much of that spending has gone right onto the VISA card.
Twelve months ago Tillerman started favourite for the Hungerford Stakes at Newbury, but trailed home in sixth place behind Arkadian Hero and nothing has gone right for him this season.
As the Wall Street Journal notes: Washington and its allies have been supplying food and fuel to North Korea, while Kim Jong Il "has gone right on starving his people, diverting resources into making missiles and other weapons of mass destruction, trafficking in arms with U.S.