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left-wing

adjective uk   /ˌleftˈwɪŋ/ us  
C1 supporting the political left; relating to the belief that wealth and power should be shared between all parts of society: Her views are fairly left-wing.
Translations of “left-wing”
in Korean 좌익의…
in Arabic يَساري…
in Portuguese esquerdista…
in Catalan d’esquerres…
in Japanese 左翼の…
in Italian di sinistra…
in Chinese (Traditional) 左翼的,左派的,左傾的…
in Russian левый (в политике)…
in Turkish sol kanat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 左翼的,左派的,左倾的…
in Polish lewicowy…
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