on the side of your body which is towards the west when you are facing north
Fewer people write with their left hand than with their right.
I broke my left leg.
the left side of the field
The university is on the left bank of the river.
Take a left turn at the intersection.
左后卫 / 边锋
a left back/wing
a left hook
Turn left at the intersection.
Look left and right before you cross the road.
to be very awkward in your movements, especially when you are dancing or playing a sport
in all directions; everywhere
He's giving away money left, right and centre.
She owes money right and left.
the left side or direction
She was sitting on my left .
Twist your body to the left, then to the right.
Take the next road on the left .
To the left of the library is the bank.
the first, second, etc. road on the left side
Take the first left.
a turn to the left
to take a left
to hang/make a left
political groups who support the ideas and beliefs of socialism
The Left only has/have a small chance of winning power.
a left-leaning newspaper
the part of a political party whose members are most in favour of social change
She is on the far left of the party.
a blow that is made with your left hand
He hit him with two sharp lefts.