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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “lose”

lose

verb (NOT HAVE)
不再有
    /luːz/ (lost)
[T] to no longer have something because you do not know where it is, or because it has been taken away from you
失去;丢失,遗失
I've lost my ticket.
我丢了票。
He's always losing his car keys.
他总是丢汽车钥匙。
At least 600 staff will lose their jobs if the firm closes.
如果公司关闭,至少将有600名员工失去工作。
He lost his leg in a car accident.
他在一场车祸中失去了一条腿。
She lost her mother (= Her mother died) last year.
去年她母亲去世了。
→ See loose adjective,at loseLosing and lossWinning and losing
[T] to stop feeling something
失去,丧失(某种感觉)
to lose confidence/faith
丧失信心/信念
I lost interest halfway through the book.
这本书我刚读了一半就没了兴趣。
He kept on crying and I lost my patience.
他哭个没完,让我失去了耐心。
Losing and lossWinning and losing
[T] to have less of something than you had before
失去,损失,减少
I'm trying to lose weight.
我正在努力减肥。
He's losing his hair.
他在掉头发。
She lost a lot of blood in the accident.
她在事故中流了很多血。
to lose your memory/sight
失忆/失明
Losing and lossWinning and losing
[T] If you lose time, you waste it
浪费(时间),损失
Four million hours were lost last year through stress-related illnesses.
去年与工作压力相关的疾病导致了400万小时工作时间的损失。
We lost valuable time stuck in traffic.
堵车浪费了我们宝贵的时间。
Wasting
[T] If a clock loses time, it goes more slowly than it should
(钟表)走慢,变慢
My watch loses ten minutes every day.
我的手表每天慢10分钟。
Watches and clocks
[T] informal to get rid of something
放弃;甩掉;摆脱
Lose the belt and let's see how the dress looks.
把带子解下来,再看看裙子怎么样。
Removing and getting rid of thingsTaking things away from someone or somewhere
lose money/pounds/dollars, etc. A business that is losing money is spending more money than it is receiving
亏损
Banks will lose millions of pounds because of new legislation.
银行将因新法规的实施而亏损数百万英镑。
Profits and lossesStarting, succeeding and failing in business
(Definition of lose verb (NOT HAVE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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