left hand

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the hand that is on the left side of the body; "jab with your left"
hand on the left side of the body; of the left, someone who uses the left hand
lh
left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing
communication is so bad that one does not know what is happening with another or on the other part
left hand side
side on the left
left-hand
of, relating to, or located on the left
left-hand
designed for use by the left hand
left-hand drive
Describes a motor vehicle with the steering wheel on the left-hand side, designed for use in countries such as USA and France where cars normally drive on the right
left-hand path
A path through life that values the advancement and preservation of the self and the pursuit of terrestrial goals, rather than the worship of intangible deities
doesn't know his right hand from his left
he's a klutz, he's clumsy, he's uncoordinated
left-hand
If something is on the left-hand side of something, it is positioned on the left of it. The keys are in the back left-hand corner of the drawer. right-hand. on the left side of something   right-hand
left-hand
intended for the left hand; "I rarely lose a left-hand glove"
left-hand
located on or directed toward the left; "a car with left-hand drive"
left-hand drive
A left-hand drive vehicle has the steering wheel on the left side, and is designed to be used in countries where people drive on the right-hand side of the road. a left-hand drive vehicle is one in which the driver sits on the left right-hand drive
left-hand(a)
located on or directed toward the left; "a car with left-hand drive
lefthand
Situated on the left; nearer the left hand than the right; as, the left-hand side; the left-hand road
the left hand
bow hand
left hand

    Hyphenation

    left Hand

    Turkish pronunciation

    left händ

    Pronunciation

    /ˈleft ˈhand/ /ˈlɛft ˈhænd/

    Etymology

    [ 'lEv ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English leven, from Old English l[AE]fan; akin to Old High German verleiben to leave, Old English belIfan to be left over, and perhaps to Lithuanian lipti to adhere, Greek lipos grease, fat.

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    ... You can see the picture at your left hand side. ...
    ... communicate bensonhurst with the palm of the left hand towards the ground ...

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