Definition of dead on in English:

dead on

phrase

  • Exactly right.

    ‘her judgement was dead on’
    • ‘Hmm, I thought the article was dead on, and your reaction to it seems to support my opinion.’
    • ‘Can everyone please pay attention to the list-ridden post below, because apparently it's dead on.’
    • ‘I think that he's dead on as far as the differences between the two countries goes.’
    • ‘The central argument that education about the horrors of the 20th Century is essential to the world's future is dead on.’
    • ‘Seriously though, this was so dead on that I decided to read the horoscopes of people I know.’