lost adjective translation to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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lost

adjective
 
 
/lɒst/
PERSON A2 not knowing where you are or where you should go
kaybolmuş
I got lost on the way.Losing and lossWinning and losing
OBJECT B1 If something is lost, no one knows where it is.
kayıp, yitik
Things tend to get lost when you move house. Lost: black cat with white paws.Losing and lossWinning and losingUnavailable and inaccessiblePresent
NEW SITUATION not knowing what to do in a new situation
kaybolmuş, ne yapacağını bilmeyen, alışmaya çalışan
It was his first day in the office and he seemed a bit lost.Confusion, confusing and feeling confused
be lost without sb/sth informal to be unable to live or work without someone or something
(onsuz) bir hiç olmak, işe yaramamak, iş yapamamak; (o) eli ayağı olmak
She's lost without her computer.Coping and not copingDealing with things or peopleTolerating and enduring
be lost on sb If a joke or remark is lost on someone, they do not understand it.
anlaşılmamış olmak; etkili olmamak; boşa gitmiş olmak
Useless and futileUnderstanding and comprehending
Get lost! informal an impolite way of telling someone to go away
'Kaybol!', 'Gözüm görmesin!', 'Çek git!'
→  See also long-lost Departing
(Definition of lost adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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