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left

adjective, adverb     /left/
on or towards the side of your body that is to the west when you are facing north 左边(的),左侧(的) His left eye was heavily bandaged. 他的左眼被严严实实地包扎了起来。 Turn left at the lights. 在红绿灯处左转。 →  Compare right adjective adverb General location and orientation
Translations of “left”
in Arabic يَسار…
in Korean 왼쪽의…
in Malaysian kiri…
in French gauche…
in Turkish sol, sola doğru, sol tarafa…
in Italian sinistra, a sinistra…
in Chinese (Traditional) 左邊(的),左側(的)…
in Russian левый, налево…
in Polish lewy, w lewo, po lewej…
in Vietnamese bên trái…
in Spanish izquierdo…
in Portuguese esquerdo, à esquerda…
in Thai ซ้าย…
in German link/linke/linkes…
in Catalan esquerre…
in Japanese 左の(に)…
in Indonesian kiri…
(Definition of left adjective, adverb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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