Right Off The Bat – American Idiom Lesson

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Right off the bat.
Right off the bat means from the very beginning. When you like something or someone right off the bat, it means you liked that thing or that person the first time you saw it or met them.

  • I knew right off the bat I was going to like teaching English.
  • Lori and Nick fell in love right off the bat.

Have you liked anyone or anything right off the bat?

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