English translation of 'canhoto'
canhotocanhota [kaˈɲotu, a]
masculine noun, feminine noun
(de cheque) stub
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'canhoto' in Other Languages
British English: left-handed /ˌlɛftˈhændɪd/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is left-handed finds it easier to use their left hand rather than their right hand for activities such as writing and throwing a ball.
...a store that sells everything for left-handed people.
- American English: left-handed
- Arabic: أَعْسَرٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: canhoto
- Chinese: 用左手的
- Croatian: ljevoruk
- Czech: levák
- Danish: venstrehåndet
- Dutch: linkshandig
- European Spanish: zurdo
- Finnish: vasenkätinen
- French: gaucher
- German: linkshändig
- Greek: αριστερόχειρας
- Italian: mancino
- Japanese: 左利きの
- Korean: 왼손잡이의
- Norwegian: keivhendt
- Polish: leworęczny
- European Portuguese: canhoto
- Romanian: stângaci
- Russian: левша
- Spanish: zurdo
- Swedish: vänsterhänt
- Thai: ถนัดมือซ้าย
- Turkish: solak
- Ukrainian: шульга
- Vietnamese: thuận tay trái
British English: left-hander NOUN
You can describe someone as a left-hander if they use their left hand rather than their right hand for activities such as writing and sports.
Left-handers may have trouble using can-openers and scissors.
Translation of canhoto from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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