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Translation of "left" - English-Turkish dictionary

left

noun     /left/
A2 [no plural] the left side sol taraf Ned's the man sitting on my left in that photo. Jean's house is last on the left.General location and orientation
the Left/left
political groups which believe that power and money should be shared more equally among people sol, solcular, sosyalistler The proposals were sharply criticized by the Left. →  Opposite right noun Political movements and groups
Translations of “left”
in Arabic يَسار…
in Korean 왼쪽…
in Malaysian parti haluan kiri…
in French gauche…
in Italian sinistra…
in Chinese (Traditional) 方向, 左邊,左側…
in Russian левая сторона…
in Polish lewa (strona), lewo…
in Vietnamese cánh tả…
in Spanish izquierda…
in Portuguese esquerda, lado esquerdo…
in Thai เอียงซ้าย (พรรคการเมือง)…
in German die Linke…
in Catalan esquerra…
in Japanese 左(側)…
in Indonesian sayap kiri…
in Chinese (Simplified) 方向, 左边,左侧…
(Definition of left noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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