Translation of "lose" - English-Spanish dictionary
/luːz/ ( present participle losing, past tense and past participle lost)
A2 to not be able to find someone or something
I’ve lost my passport. She’s always losing her keys.
B1 to stop having something that you had before
She lost a leg in a car accident. He lost his job.
B1 to have less of something than you had before
She’s lost a lot of weight. He’s losing his hair.
lose interest, patience, etc. → Phrasal verbs lose out
(Definition of lose from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
lose verb /luːz/ ( past tense, past participle lost /lost/)
› a person who loses
The losers congratulated the winners. loss /los/ noun › something which is lost
It was only after he was dead that we realized what a loss he was. lost adjective at a loss a bad/good loser noun › someone who behaves badly or well when he loses a game etc.
lose oneself in phrasal verb lose one’s memory lose out phrasal verb lost in phrasal verb lost on › wasted, having no effect, on
no tener efecto
The joke was lost on her. lost property noun to lose (not loose) the match.
Translations of “lose”
||잃어버리다, 잃다, 잃다(줄이다)…
||يَفْقِد, يَخْسَر, يَفقِد…
||hilang, kehilangan, menghilangkan…
||терять, лишаться, проигрывать…
|in Chinese (Traditional)
||不再有, 失去, 丟失，遺失…
||kaybetmek, yitirmek, bir kısmını yitirmek/kaybetmek…
||zgubić, stracić, przegrać…
||mất, lạc mất, thua…
||สูญหาย, สูญเสีย, ทำหาย…
||～を失くす, ～を失う, ～を減らす…
|in Chinese (Simplified)
||不再有, 失去, 丢失，遗失…
||kehilangan, menghilangkan, kalah…