Translation of left-handed in Spanish:

left-handed

Pronunciation: /ˈleftˈhændəd; ˌleftˈhændɪd/

adj

  • [person] zurdo; [stroke] con la (mano) izquierda; [scissors/tool] para zurdos a left-handed compliment un cumplido a medias
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    • It's one thing to be able to draw a gun, but it's another thing to be able to do it with your left hand if you're not left-handed.
    • One thing I can't do is forge his signature, largely because he's left-handed and I'm not.
    • He didn't understand why everyone was so interested to see him write, and the judge pointed out that he was left-handed.
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    • At the time of writing, there are very few left-handed instruments being stocked in York.
    • Now the interesting bit is that the left-handed ones have hooks, and the right-handed ones have ridges.
    • Even though I grew up in Canada, where there are more left-handed golfers than in the States, left-handed equipment wasn't readily available.
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    • He wasn't at all strong at left-handed techniques, whereas Keziah had been told from a very early age that there were no lefts and rights in fighting.

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