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Spanish translation of “left”

left

adjective /left/
on, for, or belonging to, the side of the body that in most people has the less skilful hand (the side of a person or thing which is toward the west when that person or thing is facing north-opposite to right)
izquierdo
She wore an engagement ring on her left hand They drive on the left side of the road in Britain.
left-hand adjective at the left; to the left of something else
a la izquierda
the bottom left-hand drawer of the desk.
towards the left
hacia la izquierda
a left-hand bend in the road.
left-handed adjective having the left hand more skilful than the right
zurdo
Are you left-handed or right-handed?
left-handedness noun
condición de zurdo
His left-handedness hasn’t prevented him from becoming a superb guitar player.
leftovers noun (usually plural) food that remains uneaten at the end of a meal.
sobras, restos
We can heat up the leftovers and have them tomorrow.
something that remains from an earlier time, especially even though it may no longer be useful
sobrante
The huge brown sofa was a leftover from the Seventies.
left-wing adjective (having opinions which are) radical, socialist or communist
de izquierda, izquierdista
a left-wing politician.
left wing noun the left of a political party
izquierda
He’s on the left wing of the Labour Party.
(Definition of left from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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