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left

adjective [always before noun], adverb     /left/
A2 on or towards the side of your body that is to the west when you are facing north: Step forward on your left leg. She had a diamond earring in her left ear. Turn left at the end of the hallway. →  Opposite right adjective General location and orientation
Traducciones de “left”
en árabe يَسار…
en coreano 왼쪽의…
in Malaysian kiri…
en francés gauche…
en turco sol, sola doğru, sol tarafa…
en italiano sinistra, a sinistra…
en chino (tradicionál) 左邊(的),左側(的)…
en ruso левый, налево…
en polaco lewy, w lewo, po lewej…
in Vietnamese bên trái…
en español izquierdo…
en portugués esquerdo, à esquerda…
in Thai ซ้าย…
en alemán link/linke/linkes…
en catalán esquerre…
en japonés 左の(に)…
in Indonesian kiri…
en chino (simplificado) 左边(的),左侧(的)…
(Definition of left adjective, adverb from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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