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Meaning of “lose heart” in the English Dictionary

"lose heart" in British English

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lose heart

C2 to ​stopbelieving that you can ​succeed: Don't lose ​heart, there'll be plenty more ​chances for ​promotion.
(Definition of lose heart from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"lose heart" in American English

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lose heart

to ​stopbelieving that you can ​succeed: This is a ​difficulttime, but don't lose ​heart – just ​remember how much you've already ​achieved.
(Definition of lose heart from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “lose heart”
in Chinese (Simplified) 灰心,失去信心…
in Chinese (Traditional) 灰心,失去信心…
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