English version

be right behind somebody

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe right behind somebodybe right behind somebodyspokenSUPPORT A PERSON, GROUP, OR PLAN to completely support someone in their ideas or in what they are trying to achieve We’re all right behind you. right
Examples from the Corpus
be right behind somebodyAlthough San Marcos may have been the first city in the county to issue such bonds, San Diego was right behind.And lorry drivers are right behind them, adding their names to a petition.Babe Connelly was now the boss, and Daley and a few other ambitious young men were right behind him.He says that the police were right behind them - he begged his brother to stop.Male speaker I am certain the people of the estates affected by joyriders will be right behind this action.The feet of Stewpid are right behind me now, pounding louder than my heart beats.The New Jersey Nets were right behind with a 22 percent rise to $ 41. 62.The police were right behind, and a cop tackled him, smashing his face into the sidewalk.
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