This page is about the collocation right away
collocation pattern: adverb + adverb
immediately, or without delay
- If I get the job, I can start right away.
- We thought we'd win right away if we got a star player, but we didn't.
"Right away" can be used about the past, the present or the future, but "right now" can only be used about the present. "Straight away" means the same as "right away" and can be used in the same way.
"I'm leaving right away" means
Contributor: Matt Errey