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loser

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈluːzər/
NOT WINNING someone who does not win a game or competition
przegrywając-y/a, przegran-y/a
The losers of both games will play each other for third place.Winners and losersCompetitors and participants in sports and gamesFailing and doing badly
NOT SUCCESSFUL informal someone who is not successful in anything they do
niedorajda (życiowa), ofiara (losu)
Failing and doing badly
(Definition of loser from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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