left

left
I
see academic.ru/42246/leave">leave II
II 1. adjective
1) (opposite of right) link...

on the left side — auf der linken Seite; links; see also turn 1. 3)

2)

Left — (Polit.) link...

2. adverb
nach links

left of the road — links von der Straße

3. noun
1) (left-hand side) linke Seite

move to the left — nach links rücken

on or to the left [of somebody/something] — links [von jemandem/etwas]

on or to my left, to the left of me — links von mir; zu meiner Linken

drive on the left — links fahren

2) (Polit.)

the Left — die Linke

be on the Left of the Party — dem linken Flügel der Partei angehören

3) (Boxing) Linke, die
4) (in marching)

left, right, left, right, left, ... — (Mil.) links, zwo, drei, vier, links, ...

* * *
[left]
past tense, past participle; = leave I
* * *
left1
[left]
pt, pp of leave
left2
[left]
I. n
1. no pl (direction)
from \left to right von links nach rechts
to approach from the \left sich akk von links nähern
to move/turn to the \left nach links rücken/abbiegen
2. (left turn)
to make [or take] [or (fam) hang] a \left [nach] links abbiegen
3. (street on the left)
the first/second/third \left die erste/zweite/dritte Straße links
4. no pl (left side)
the \left die linke Seite
my sister is third from the \left meine Schwester ist die Dritte von links
on/to the \left links
on/to sb's \left zu jds Linken, links von jdm
the speakers are sitting on my \left die Redner sitzen links von mir
5. SPORT linke [Spielfeld]seite
this team always attacks from the \left diese Mannschaft greift immer von links an
6. MIL linker Flügel
attacks from the enemy's \left Angriffe vom linken Flügel des Feindes
7. no pl (political grouping)
the \left die Linke
party on the \left Linkspartei f
the loony \left (pej) die radikale Linke
8. (fam: left-handed punch) Linke f
II. adj
1. inv (position, direction) linke(r, s)
\left leg linkes Bein
2. (political direction) linke(r, s), linksgerichtet
the \left wing of the party der linke Flügel der Partei
3.
to have two \left feet zwei linke Füße haben fam
to marry with the \left hand eine Ehe zur linken Hand schließen
III. adv inv (direction) nach links; (side) links
to keep/turn \left sich akk links halten/links abbiegen
\left, right and centre überall
on the ship people were throwing up \left, right and centre auf dem Schiff übergaben sich die Leute überall
* * *
I [left] pret, ptp See: of leave II
1. adj (ALSO POL)
linke(r, s)

no left turn — Linksabbiegen verboten

he's got two left hands (inf)er hat zwei linke Hände (inf)

he's got two left feet (inf) — er ist sehr ungelenk

to come out of left field (esp US) — überraschend kommen

2. adv
links (of von)

turn left (Aut) — links abbiegen

keep left — sich links halten, links fahren

move left a little —

left, right, left, right left turn! (Mil) — links, rechts, links, rechts links um!

3. n
1) Linke(r, s)

on the left — links (of von), auf der linken Seite (

of +gen )

on or to sb's left — links von jdm, zu jds Linken (form)

his wife sat on my left — seine Frau saß links von mir or zu meiner Linken (form)

take the first (on the) left after the church — biegen Sie hinter der Kirche die erste (Straße) links ab

the third/fourth etc ... from the left — der/die/das dritte/vierte etc ... von links

to keep to the left — sich links halten

to drive on the left —

to fall to the left — nach links fallen

2) (POL) Linke f

the parties of the left — die linken Parteien, die Parteien der Linken

to be on the left — links stehen

to move to the left —

he's further to the left than I am — er steht weiter links als ich

to be on the left of the party — dem linken Flügel der Partei angehören

3) (BOXING) Linke f
* * *
left1 [left]
A adj link(er, e, es), Links…:
on the left hand of linker Hand von;
a wife of the left hand HIST eine morganatische Gattin;
on (oder to) the left side links, linker Hand;
have two left hands zwei linke Hände haben;
he’s got two left feet er hat zwei linke Füße (er ist ein schlechter Tänzer)
B s
1. (die) Linke, linke Seite (auch von Stoff):
on (at, to) the left (of) zur Linken (von oder gen), links (von), auf der linken Seite (von oder gen), linker Hand (von);
on our left zu unserer Linken, uns zur Linken;
the second turning to (oder on) the left die zweite Querstraße links;
keep to the left
a) sich links halten,
b) AUTO links fahren;
traffic in Britain keeps to the left in Großbritannien herrscht Linksverkehr;
be to the left of POL links stehen von
2. Boxen: Linke f (Hand oder Schlag)
3. the left, auch the Left POL die Linke
C adv links (of von), auf der linken Seite, zur linken Hand:
turn left
a) (sich) nach links wenden,
b) AUTO links abbiegen;
left, right and center (bes Br centre) fig überall;
spend one’s money left, right and center (bes Br centre) sein Geld mit vollen Händen ausgeben
left2 [left] prät und pperf von leave1
L., l. abk
1. lake
2. law
3. league
4. left li.
5. line
* * *
I
see leave II
II 1. adjective
1) (opposite of right) link...

on the left side — auf der linken Seite; links; see also turn 1. 3)

2)

Left — (Polit.) link...

2. adverb
nach links

left of the road — links von der Straße

3. noun
1) (left-hand side) linke Seite

move to the left — nach links rücken

on or to the left [of somebody/something] — links [von jemandem/etwas]

on or to my left, to the left of me — links von mir; zu meiner Linken

drive on the left — links fahren

2) (Polit.)

the Left — die Linke

be on the Left of the Party — dem linken Flügel der Partei angehören

3) (Boxing) Linke, die
4) (in marching)

left, right, left, right, left, ... — (Mil.) links, zwo, drei, vier, links, ...

* * *
adj.
linker adj.
linkes adj.
links adj.
übriggelassen adj. n.
linke Seite f.

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