Übersetzung von “lose” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

lose

verblose /luz/ ( pt pp lost )
transitive to put or drop sth somewhere so that you are unable to find it
perdre

I think I lost my purse!
Je crois que j'ai perdu mon porte-monnaie !

The bill got lost among all the other papers.
La facture s'est perdue parmi tous les autres papiers.
transitive to not have sth anymore
perdre

a woman who lost all her possessions in the flood
une femme qui a perdu tous ses biens dans l'inondation

Because I was late, I lost the opportunity to meet him.
Parce que j'étais en retard, j'ai raté l'occasion de le rencontrer.
lose your job
to be forced to stop working
perdre son emploi

She lost her job when the company moved overseas.
Elle a perdu son emploi quand la société a emménagé à l'étranger.
transitive to gradually have less of sth, often until it is gone
perdre

a teacher who has lost control of his class
un professeur qui a perdu le contrôle de sa classe

Are you losing weight?
Est-ce que tu perds du poids ?

to lose confidence/hope/respect/interest
perdre confiance/espoir/respect/intérêt
transitive-intransitive to not win a competition, election, etc.
perdre

We lost the game by 3 runs.
Nous avons perdu la partie par 3 jeux.

when Al Gore lost to George Bush in 2000
quand Al Gore a perdu face à George Bush en 2000
transitive to have sb you love die
perdre

She lost her husband last year.
Elle a perdu son mari l'année dernière.
have ... to lose
indicates how much better or worse sb's situation will be depending on what they do now
avoir ... à perdre

She has a lot to lose if she doesn't get promoted.
Elle a beaucoup à perdre si elle n'est pas promue.

I have nothing to lose by asking the question.
Je n'ai rien à perdre à poser la question.
lose it
informal to not have control of your emotions
informal craquer

We kept trying not to laugh, but finally we both lost it.
Nous avons essayé de nous retenir de rire mais finalement nous avons craqué tous les deux.

The movie was so sad - I completely lost it at the end.
Le film était si triste, j'ai complètement craqué à la fin.
lose your life
to die
perdre la vie

How many soldiers have to lose their lives?
Combien de soldats doivent perdre la vie ?
lose your mind
to become mentally ill
perdre la tête

I'm so busy, I feel like I'm losing my mind.
Je suis tellement occupé, j'ai l'impression que je perds la tête.
lose touch
to not know about or understand sb or sth anymore
perdre le contact

She's lost touch with her high school friends.
Elle a perdu le contact avec ses amis du lycée.

a president who has lost touch with his party
un président qui a perdu le contact avec son parti
to not know about or understand sb or sth anymore
perdre le contact

She's lost touch with her high school friends.
Elle a perdu le contact avec ses amis du lycée.

a president who has lost touch with his party
un président qui a perdu le contact avec son parti

(Übersetzung von “lose” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

lose

verb /luːz/ (past tense, past participle lost /lost/)

to stop having; to have no longer

perdre
She has lost interest in her work
I have lost my watch
He lost hold of the rope.

to have taken away from one (by death, accident etc)

perdre
She lost her father last year
The ship was lost in the storm
He has lost his job.

to put (something) where it cannot be found

perdre

not to win

perdre
I always lose at cards
She lost the race.

to waste or use more (time) than is necessary

perdre
He lost no time in informing the police of the robbery.
loser noun

a person who loses

perdant/-ante
The losers congratulated the winners
He was an extremely bad loser.
loss /los/ noun

the act or fact of losing

perte
She was suffering from loss of memory
He was mourning the loss (= death) of his friend.

something which is lost

perte
It was only after he was dead that we realized what a loss he was.

the amount (especially of money) which is lost

perte
This month the company recorded a loss of £550, 000.
lost adjective

missing; no longer to be found

perdu
a lost ticket.

not won

perdu
The game is not lost until the final whistle.

wasted; not used properly

perdu
a lost opportunity.

no longer knowing where one is, or in which direction to go

perdu
I don’t know whether to turn left or right – I’m lost.
at a loss

not knowing what to do, say etc

embarrassé
He was at a loss for words to express his gratitude.
a bad/good loser

someone who behaves badly or well when he loses a game etc.

beau (mauvais) joueur
lose oneself in

to have all one’s attention taken up by

s’absorber dans
He lost himself in a book.
lose one’s memory

to stop being able to remember things.

perdre la mémoire
As he got older, he began to lose his memory.
lose out

to suffer loss or be at a disadvantage

être perdant
We lost out when we didn’t buy a house at a time when property was much cheaper than it is now.
lost in

having one’s attention wholly taken up by

absorbé dans
She was lost in thought.
lost on

wasted, having no effect, on

sans effet sur
The joke was lost on her.
to lose (not loose) the match.

(Übersetzung von “lose” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)