|ride his coattails
||depend on his success, use his success
||My dad was a great doctor, but I don't want to ride his coattails.
||continue to remind me of a duty or habit
||You can stop riding me about doing my homework. It's done.
|ride the clutch
||drive a car with your foot on the clutch pedal
||If you ride the clutch, we will soon have to replace it.
|ride the wave
||use luck or success to achieve more success
||Enjoy your success. Ride the wave to a better life.
||feeling great, on cloud nine
||Jane is riding high after getting an A in math.
|right as rain
||as welcome as rain, naturally good
||We always enjoyed Uncle Mel's visits. They were right as rain.
||now, immediately, on the double, pronto
||If you leave right away, you can get to school on time.
|right before my eyes
||in front of me, in plain view
||There, right before my eyes, was the Eiffel Tower! I had finally
arrived in Paris.
|right off the bat
||at the start, the very first thing
||Right off the bat she says, "Are you married?"
||that's good, great, okay
||When I told him he passed the test he said, "Right on, man!"