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"loser" in American English

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losernoun [C]

 us   /ˈlu·zər/
  • loser noun [C] (BE DEFEATED)

a ​person who is ​defeated, or someone who ​regularlyfails: When she ​found out she’d been ​accepted to the ​program because of her ​lowscores, she ​felt like a loser.
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"loser" in British English

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losernoun [C]

uk   /ˈluː.zər/  us   /ˈluː.zɚ/
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"loser" in Business English

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losernoun

uk   us   /ˈluːzər/
[plural] shares that ​losevalue on a particular day: On the London Stock Exchange, losers ​beatgainers 1,353 to 823.
[C] a ​person or ​company that is at a disadvantage because of their particular ​situation: In every ​deal, there are ​winners and losers.the big/main/real losers The ​real losers will be the ​independentpharmacists who cannot ​buy in ​bulk and ​pass on the ​savings to ​customers.
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