I. a ляв
to have two LEFT feet тромав съм
out in the LEFT field ам. sl. съвсем на крив път
II. 1. левица, лява ръка
on/to the LEFT наляво, откъм лявата страна
2. пол. често LEFT левица, леви елементи, левичар
3. бокс удар с лявата ръка
III. adv наляво
LEFT turn/aм. face! воен. наляво!
IV. вж. leaver
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{left} I. а ляв; to have two left feet тромав съм; out in the left fie(2) {left} adv наляво; left turn/aм. face! воен. наляво!{3} {left} вж. leaver.
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останал; ляв; левица; наляво;
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1. i. a ляв 2. ii. левица, лява ръка 3. iii. adv наляво 4. iv. вж. leaver 5. left turn/aм. face! воен. наляво! 6. on/to the left наляво, откъм лявата страна 7. out in the left field ам. sl. съвсем на крив път 8. to have two left feet тромав съм 9. бокс удар с лявата ръка 10. пол. често left левица, леви елементи, левичар
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left [left] I. adj ляв; on my \left hand от лявата ми страна, наляво; to marry with the \left hand сключвам морганатичен брак; over the \left (shoulder) sl точно обратното; II. adv наляво; \left turn! ам. \left face! воен. наляво; III. n 1. левица, лява ръка; on (to) the \left наляво, откъм лявата страна; 2. воен. ляв фланг, крило; 3. полит. (the L.) pl левицата; 4. сп. ляв удар, ляво кроше (в бокса) ; IV. left pt, pp от leave I.

English-Bulgarian dictionary. 2013.

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