English version

take a left

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake a lefttake a left (also hang a left American English) to turn left Take the next left (=turn left at the next road). left
Examples from the Corpus
take a leftThe fast disappearing figures of the two girls waved back then disappeared as the bike took a left hand bend.A few miles further on, I took a left on to a B road which curved up even higher.Number 18, straight out here eleven miles; take a left and then straight up that motherfucking mountain.He damn nearly took a left, made a huge detour to the east.On the back seat the two sherry glasses clinked as Rufus took a left turn rather too sharply.We took a left on Houston, a left on Sullivan, then we backtracked to MacDougal.
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