Translation of left-footed in Spanish:

left-footed

Pronunciation: /ˈleftˈfʊtəd; ˌleftˈfʊtɪd/

adjective/adjetivo

  • [person] zurdo; [kick] con el pie izquierdo
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    • Dyer is not naturally left-footed and it showed because he never got in behind Cafu.
    • He might not be left-footed, but he's got such a good right foot, you could open a can of beans with it.
    • His versatility and the fact he is naturally left-footed will give the squad more balance.
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    • Dave Unsworth stepped up to send a swerving left-footed free kick crashing past Preston keeper Teuvo Moilanen.
    • Seamus Farrell and Pa Kavanagh tied the teams before Brian Walker floated over a left-footed shot from an acute angle on the left for a dramatic win.
    • A superb left-footed point by Benji O'Brien within seconds of the throw-in was quickly replied to by Jamie Doyle with a 20 metre free for Clonmore.

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