- 1 1.1 (lado derecho) right la primera calle a la derecha the first street on the right gira or tuerce a la derecha turn right, take a right [colloquial/familiar] el de la derecha the one on the right no hago/hace nada a derechas (Esp) [familiar/colloquial] I/he can't do anything right 1.2 (mano derecha) right hand con la derecha with my/your/his right hand
- 2 [Pol] la derecha the Right un político de derecha (AmL) or (Esp) de derechas a right-wing politician
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