Definition of left, right, and centre also left and right or right and left in English:

left, right, and centre (also left and right or right and left)

On all sides: deals were being done left, right, and centre
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  • In a mild winter we are seeing people turning power off left, right, and centre.
  • I'm turning theatre down left, right, and centre at the moment and I hope my plan pays off.
  • You already ruled on this when Mr Mallard was on his feet insulting people left, right, and centre.
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Pronunciation: wiːn
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