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loser

noun [C] uk   /ˈluː.zər/ us    /-zɚ/

loser noun [C] (DOES NOT WIN)

a person or team that does not win a game or competition: The losers of both games will play each other for third place. He's a good/bad loser (= he behaves well/badly when he is defeated).

loser noun [C] (IS NOT SUCCESSFUL)

informal a person who is always unsuccessful at everything they do: He's a born loser.

loser noun [C] (GETS WORSE)

someone or something that is in a worse position or has less value at the end of a process: The latest price increases mean that the real loser, as usual, is the consumer. On the London Stock Exchange, losers beat gainers 1,353 to 823.
(Definition of loser from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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