English version

left-hand

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishleft-handˌleft-ˈhand ●●○ adjective [only before noun]  on the left side of something opp right-hand We live about halfway down the street on the left-hand side.
Examples from the Corpus
left-handWrite your name in the upper left-hand corner of the test.a left-hand piano concertoOur house is on the left-hand side of the street.a left-hand turnleft-hand sideClicking 1E5.x's History button will toggle a window on the left-hand side.Open the glass fronted cupboard on the left-hand side and look on the fourth shelf from the top.He explains how he felt a tingling sensation down his left-hand side but did not immediately call for help.As I wrote my journal I had felt the thickness of the left-hand side grow pleasantly fat - a satisfying fertility.Starting from the left-hand side, Martin works across the picture, completing the work in small areas as he goes along.Messages from the right-hand field of vision of both eyes are received by the left-hand side of the brain.What you see on the left-hand side of the centre line, you knit on the left-hand side of the machine.A flight of steps goes up the left-hand side of the gallery.
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