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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishright-handˌright-ˈhand ●●○ adjective [only before noun]  SIDEon the right side of something opp left-hand the right-hand side of the bodytop/bottom right-hand corner the bottom right-hand corner of the page
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right-handBut the right-hand column was a record of growth, though of a very uneven kind.And the right-hand door was open, that seemed a bit odd.The top right-hand drawer of the desk contained the traditional little tin box and a pistol.From the right-hand group of trees, he went into the front left-hand bunker.The window itself has three buttons on the upper right-hand side of the frame.The resulting expression is and multiplying out the right-hand side we obtain the required trigonometrical relations.Washington Avenue will be on your right-hand side.The man turns and trots away from me up the right-hand staircase from the mezzanine to the station platform.top/bottom right-hand cornerEach one is labelled clearly with the title in large letters in the bottom right-hand corner.Six minutes later more water started leaking through the top right-hand corner of another window.The technique is easy, as you can see in the bottom right-hand corner of the picture.