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Translation of "loser" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

loser

noun [C] (NOT WINNER) 負方     /ˈluː.zər/ US  /-zɚ/
a person or team that does not win a game or competition (比賽中的)輸者,負方 The losers of both games will play each other for third place. 兩場比賽的負者將爭奪第三名。 He's a good/bad loser (= He behaves well/badly when he is defeated). 他是個輸得起/輸不起的人。 Winners and losers
(Definition of loser noun (NOT WINNER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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