English version

right on

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishright onˌright ˈon adjective informal  1 British EnglishGOOD/MORAL someone who is right on supports social justice, equal rights, the protection of the environment etc – often used to show disapproval because someone does this in an extreme wayPC, politically correct It’s one of those annoyingly right-on magazines about the environment.2 American EnglishCORRECT someone is right on when they say something that is correct or that you completely agree with Parker’s column on teenage sexuality is right on.3 American English spoken old-fashioned used to emphasize that you agree with what someone says or does ‘Power to the people!’ ‘Yeah, right on.’