Translation of left-hand in Spanish:

left-hand

Pronunciation: /ˈlefthænd/

adj

  • (before n) [column/gatepost] de la izquierda in the bottom left-hand corner en el ángulo inferior izquierdo the school is on the left-hand side el colegio está a mano izquierda on the left-hand side of the road/page a la izquierda de la carretera/página the car has left-hand drive el coche tiene el volante a la izquierda

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