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Translation of "loss" - English-Turkish dictionary

loss

noun     /lɒs/
NOT HAVING [C, U]
B2 when you do not have someone or something that you had before, or when you have less of something than before kayıp, zayiat loss of income/memory blood/hair/weight loss job lossesLosing and lossWinning and losing
MONEY [C, U]
when a company spends more money than it earns zarar, ziyan Both companies suffered losses this year.AccountingProfits and losses
DISADVANTAGE [no plural]
a disadvantage caused by someone leaving an organization birinin yokluğundan dolayı kurum veya kuruluşun uğradığı zarar/kayıp It would be a great loss to the department if you left.Advantage and disadvantage
be at a loss
to not know what to do or say ne yapacağını şaşırmak/bilmemek [+ to do sth] I'm at a loss to explain his disappearance.Puzzle and confuseDifficult to understand
a sense of loss
sadness because someone has died or left birinin kayıbı veya vefatından dolayı duyulan derin üzüntü/keder Losing and lossWinning and losingDeath and dying
DEATH [C, U]
B2 the death of a person vefat, ölüm, yokluk, kayıp They never got over the loss of their son.Losing and lossWinning and losingDeath and dying
(Definition of loss from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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