right you are

right you are

Absolutely; you are completely correct. A: "I assume this will mean a higher tax rate for both companies?" B: "Right you are. We're expecting a 15% increase across the board." A: "She deserves to be compensated for all that work she's done." B: "Right enough!"
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right you are

used to acknowledge and assent to an instruction or suggestion. informal
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right you ˈare!

(British English, informal) used to show that you accept a statement or an order: ‘Two teas, please.’ ‘Right you are!’
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