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Real Sounthern original Hood slang normally use in the south.
Most southern people "black or white" with an accent pronounce "Right there or Right here" as "Right cheer".
Southern people "black or white" with an accent will usually say "Right cheer" instead of "Right there or Right here"
by Sok Dz February 28, 2012
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Definition: Right here. Properly pronounced 'ratcheer' or 'ratchere'. Common to the Southern United States. Has Absolutely Nothing to do with cheer, cheering, the skin color or social class of the speaker, or things 'right there'. See: Rat cheer
"Ahma gonna sit right cheer til foe the safnoon."

"Welsir, you gotcher pine 2 by 4s right cheer."
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