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Translation of "lose" - English-Turkish dictionary

lose

verb     /luːz/ ( past tense and past participle lost)
NOT FIND [T] A2 to not be able to find someone or something kaybetmek, yitirmek I've lost my passport. She's always losing her car keys.Losing and lossWinning and losing
NOT HAVE [T] B1 to stop having someone or something that you had before yitirmek, kaybetmek She lost a leg in a car accident. I hope he doesn't lose his job. He lost his mother (= his mother died) last year.Losing and lossWinning and losingDeath and dying
HAVE LESS [T] B1 to have less of something than you had before bir kısmını yitirmek/kaybetmek She's lost a lot of weight. He's losing his hair. to lose your memoryLosing and lossWinning and losingProfits and losses
NOT WIN [I, T] B1 If you lose a game, competition, or election, the team or person that you are competing with wins. (oyun, müsabaka vb.) kaybetmek Chelsea lost by a goal. They're losing 3-1. They hadn't lost an election in 15 years.Failing and doing badlyScoring, winning and losing in sportWinning and defeatingLosing and being defeated
lose faith/interest/patience, etc B2 to stop feeling something good (inanç/ilgi/sabır vb.) kaybetmek I'm rapidly losing interest in the whole subject. He kept on crying and I lost my patience.Feelings - general words
TIME [T] B2 If you lose a number of hours or days, you cannot work during this time. zaman kaybetmek Four million hours were lost last year through stress-related illnesses.Losing and lossWinning and losing
CLOCK [T] If a clock loses time, it goes slower than it should. (saat) geri kalmak Watches and clocks
CONFUSE [T] informal to confuse someone so that they do not understand something aptala çevirmek; kafasını karıştırmak No, you've lost me there - can you explain that again?Confusion, confusing and feeling confused
GET RID OF informal to take something away, usually because it looks bad. ortadan kaldırmak, saklamak, çıkarıp atmak, atmak Lose the belt, Andrea, it looks ridiculous with that dress.Removing and getting rid of thingsTaking things away from someone or somewhere
lose your balance to fall because you are leaning too much to one side dengesini kaybetmek Losing and lossWinning and losingFailing and doing badly
lose count of sth to forget the exact number bir şeyin sayısını şaşırmak, rakamı unutmak I've lost count of how many times I've called her.Forgetting and forgetfulness
lose your life B2 to die hayatını kaybetmek, yaşamını yitirmek, ölmek Millions of young men lost their lives in the war.Death and dyingFailing and doing badly
→  See also fight a losing battle , lose your cool , lose/save face , gain/lose ground , lose sight of sth , lose sleep over sth , be losing it , lose it , lose out
(Definition of lose from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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