lost

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{s} kayıp

En yakın kayıp eşya bürosu nerede? - Where is the nearest lost and found?

Onlar onu kayıp kabul ettiler. - They gave him up for lost.

{s} kaybolmuş

Tom kaybolmuş gibi görünüyor. - Tom seems to be lost.

Bill 20 dakika geç kaldı. Bir yerde kaybolmuş olmalı. - Bill is 20 minutes late. He must have gotten lost somewhere.

boşa gitmiş
tantuna gitmek
şaşkına dönmüş
araya gitmek
kaybettirmek
(Bilgisayar) kaybedildi

Birçok Roma teknolojisi ortaçağ sırasında kaybedildi. - Many Roman technologies were lost during the Middle Ages.

Genelkurmay başkanı savaşın kaybedildiğini bildirdi. - The army chief reported that the war was lost.

zayi olmak
f., bak. lose. s
{f} kaybet

Binlerce insan Bhopal Gaz Trajedisi'nde hayatlarını kaybetti ve bugün bile yüzlerce, hatta binlerce insan hâlâ zehirli gazın kötü etkilerinden muzdariptir. - Thousands of people lost their lives in the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, and even today hundreds of thousands of people still suffer from the ill-effects of the poisonous gas.

Tom parayı elden çıkarmak için zaman kaybetmedi. - Tom lost no time in parting with the money.

kaçırılmış
geçmiş
değerlendirilmemiş
yitirilmiş
yolunu şaşırmış
yolunu şaşırmış, kaybolmuş
lost cause kaybedilmiş dava
{s} mahvolmuş
{s} dalgın

Tom biraz dalgın görünüyor. - Tom looks a little lost.

{s} kendini kaybetmiş
duygusunu kaybetmiş
{s} düşünceye dalmış

Ne dedin? Özür dilerim, düşünceye dalmışım. - What did you say? I'm sorry, I was lost in thought.

Tom biraz düşünceye dalmış gibi görünüyordu. - Tom looked a little lost.

boşa gitmiş (zaman)
ümitsiz dava
(Askeri) KAYIP: Topçu ve deniz topçu destek ateşinde topçu veya havan atışlarının gözlenemediğini belirtmek için gözcü tarafından kullanılan terim. Bak. "sensing"
lost in tamamen dalmış
{s} kaybedilmiş

Nicholas Biddle savaşın kaybedilmiş olduğunu görmeye başladı. - Nicholas Biddle began to see that the battle was lost.

Gülümseme olmayan bir gün, kaybedilmiş bir gündür. - A day without smiling is a day lost.

zayi olmuş
harap olmuş
{s} şaşırmış

Tom kaybolmuş ve şaşırmış gibi görünüyor. - Tom looks lost and confused.

kaybetmek

Sevmek ve kaybetmek hiç sevmemekten daha iyidir. - It's better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.

yitmek
elden gitmek
yitik
yitiren
kaybetti
get lost
kaybolmak

Kaybolmak istemiyorsun, bu yüzden annenin elini tut. - You don't want to get lost, so take your mother's hand.

Yarın nerede buluşuyoruz? Tekrar kaybolmak istemiyorum. - Where are we meeting tomorrow? I don't want to get lost again.

lose
kaybetmek

Tom Mary'yi kaybetmek istemiyor. - Tom doesn't want to lose Mary.

Anahtarı kaybetmek senin dikkatsizliğindi. - It was careless of you to lose the key.

lose
yitirmek

Kız arkadaşımı yitirmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to lose my girlfriend.

lost cause
ümitsiz dava
lost comm
(Bilgisayar) iletişim kesildi
lost document application
belge kayıp dilekçesi
lost frame
(Bilgisayar) kayıp çerçeve
lost from sight
gözden uzaklaşmak
lost heat
kayıp ısı
lost his mind
aklını kaçırmış
lost in
dalıp gitmiş

Babam düşünceye dalıp gitmişti. - My father was lost in thought.

lost in
-e tamamen dalmış
lost in amazement
hayretler içinde kalmak
lost in conversation
lafa dalmak
lost in the confusion
gürültüye gitmek
lost in thought
düşünceye dalmak
lost luggage
kayıp bagaj
lost motion assembly
(Otomotiv) hareket ünitesi
lost motion spring
(Otomotiv) avare hareket yayı
lost motion spring
(Otomotiv) serbest hareket yayı
lost my mind
aklımı kaçırdım
lost of credibility
(Politika, Siyaset) güven kaybı
lost of differenciation
(Biyoloji) farklılaşma yitimi
lost of tax
(Ticaret) vergi kaybı
lost or damaged
(Askeri) kayıp veya hasara uğrayan
lost pet/item
(Bilgisayar) kayıp evcil hayvan/eşya
lost profits damages
mahrum kalınan kar
lost property found
(Kanun) lükata
lost river
kayıp akarsu
lost stroke
(Askeri) kayıp piston stroku
lost stroke
(Askeri) kayıp piston kursu
lost stroke
(Askeri) kayıp strok
lost swarm
(Arılık) kayıp oğul
lost sync
(Bilgisayar) kayıp eşitleme
lost to follow up
(Tıp) takipten çıkmış
lost wax process
döküm
lost years
kaybolan yıllar
lost motion
kayıp hareket
lost property
kayıp eşya
lost property office
kayıp eşya bürosu
lost work
kayıp iş
lost and found
Kayıp eşya bürosu
lost by
tarafından kayıp
lost cause
(deyim) Başarma olasılığı olmayan kişi ya da başarı olasılığı olmayan iş, ümitsiz vaka
lost count
Bir şeyi sayarken sayısını unutmak
lost cow problem
Kayıp inek problemi
lost his shirt
Gömleğinin kaybetti
lost his temper
öfkesini kaybetti
lost in translation
çeviride/tercümede kaybedilen anlamçeviriye kurban gitmiş
lost my temper
benim sinirlenme kayıp
lost nerve
kayıp sınır
lost sheep
kayıp koyun
lost souls
kayıp ruhlar
lost the sight in both eyes
gözlerini kaybetti
lost time
kaybedilen zamanı
lost way
kayıp yolu
lost weight
kayıp ağırlık
lost call
yitik cagri
lost cause
{i} kaybedilmiş sayılan iş
lost cause
kaybedilmiş dava, ümitsiz dava
lost cause
{i} ümitsiz iş
lost cause
(deyim) kaybedilmis dava ,umitsiz dava
lost chain
kopuk bağlantı
lost cheque
kayıp çek
lost cluster
kopuk küme
lost discount
(Ticaret) kaybedilmiş iskonto
lost discount
(Ticaret) yararlanılmamış iskonto
lost discount
(Ticaret) yararlanılamamış iskonto
lost discount
(Ticaret) kaybolmuş iskonto
lost discount
(Ticaret) kaybedilmiş ıskonto
lost in
dalmış

Profesör düşüncelere dalmış görünüyordu. - The professor seemed to be lost in thought.

Ne dedin? Özür dilerim, düşünceye dalmışım. - What did you say? I'm sorry, I was lost in thought.

lost in
-e tamamen dalmış, -e dalıp gitmiş
lost motion
avara hareket
lost packet time
Kayıp Paket Süresi
lost property
(Kanun) gaip edilen eşya
lost shipment
(Askeri) kaybolmuş sevkiyat
lost shipment
(Askeri) KAYBOLMUŞ SEVKİYAT: Noksan olduğu bildirilen ve daha sonrada ele geçmeyen sevkiyat
lost time
(Ticaret) kaybedilen zaman
lost to
kaybolmuş
lost usefulness
(Ticaret) değerden kaybetme
lost usefulness
(Ticaret) kaybedilen değer
long lost
uzun süredir kayıp
long lost
Çoktandır görülmeyen/kayıp
lose
kaybolmak

Kaybolmak istemiyorum. - I don't want to lose.

got lost
kaybol
be lost
yitmek
be lost
elden gitmek
buffer lost
(Bilgisayar) arabellek kayboldu
get lost
toz ol
get lost!
yaylan
i am lost for words
(deyim) diyecek söz bulamıyorum
i am lost for words
(deyim) sözleyecek söz bulamıyorum
i'm lost
kayboldum
lose
(Ticaret) zarar etmek
lose
zayi etmek
lose
kaybettirmek
lose
mağlup olmak
lose
geri kalmak (saat)
lose
(Ticaret) ziyan etmek
to be lost
yitmek
to be lost
araya gitmek
become lost
kaybol
cause to be lost
kaybolmasına neden ol
lose
kazanamamak
lose
(sögen) geri kalmak
lose
yenilmek
lose
duyamamak
lose
kaybet

Avukat savunmada niçin kaybetti? - Why did the lawyer lose in the argument?

Güvenini kaybetme, Mike. - Don't lose confidence, Mike.

lose
harcamak
lose
görememek ya da anlayamamak
lose
israf etmek
lose
{f} (lost)
be lost
kaybedilmek
be lost for words
(deyim) Diyecek söz bulamamak
connection to server lost
sunucu bağlantısı kesildi
give so. up for lost
vermek çok. up kayıp için
having lost calibration
kalibrasyon kaybetti
lost to
yitme
paradise lost
cennet kaybetti
the lost
kayıp

Onların hepsi kayıp çocuğu aradı. - They all searched for the lost child.

Onların hepsi kayıp çocuğu aradı. - They all sought for the lost child.

was lost
kayboldu
you lost me
(deyim) Anlamadım! Kafam karıştı!
be lost
ortadan kaybolmak
be lost
kaybolmak
be lost
heba olmak
lose
mevkiini kaybetmek
lose
{f} mahrum etmek
lose
{f} heba etmek
lose
kendinde
lose
{f} yenilmek, kaybetmek: ''Did your team win?'' ''No, it lost.''
lose
{f} kaçırmak
lose
{f} kaçırmak, elden kaçırmak
lose
lose ground geri çekilmek
lose
{f} azıtmak
lose
f kaybetmek
lose
mahrum olmak
lose
lose face itibarını kaybetmek
lose
geri kalmak
to be lost
elden gitmek
to be lost
yitirilmek
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Unable to find one's way; unavailable, with location unknown

Deep beneath the ocean, the Titanic was lost to the world.

Simple past tense and past participle of lose
{a} no longer perceptible, gone, perished
Dead "He got lost" means he ain't coming back without a resurrection
A person who is presumed to have wandered away and has become lost and unable to return to a known location
having lost your bearings; confused as to time or place or personal identity; "I frequently find myself disoriented when I come up out of the subway"; "the anesthetic left her completely disoriented"
nIII: talk
Not perceptible to the senses; no longer visible; as, an island lost in a fog; a person lost in a crowd
If something is lost, or gets lost, you cannot find it, for example because you have forgotten where you put it. a lost book My paper got lost He was scrabbling for his pen, which had got lost somewhere under the sheets of paper
no longer in your possession or control; unable to be found or recovered; "a lost child"; "lost friends"; "his lost book"; "lost opportunities"
Parted with; no longer held or possessed; as, a lost limb; lost honor
Ruined or destroyed, either physically or morally; past help or hope; as, a ship lost at sea; a woman lost to virtue; a lost soul
deeply absorbed in thought; "as distant and bemused as a professor listening to the prattling of his freshman class"; "lost in thought"; "a preoccupied frown"
not caught with the senses or the mind; "words lost in the din"
If you feel lost, you feel very uncomfortable because you are in an unfamiliar situation. Of the funeral he remembered only the cold, the waiting, and feeling very lost I feel lost and lonely in a strange town alone
(adj ) oSanin, ohshahnihn
If advice or a comment is lost on someone, they do not understand it or they pay no attention to it. The meaning of that was lost on me. the past tense and past participle of lose
If something is lost, it is not used properly and is considered wasted. Fox is not bitter about the lost opportunity to compete in the Games The advantage is lost
adj [{of objects}] hilang 2 adj [{of persons}] tersesat (sesat)
Lost is the past tense and past participle of lose
Parted with unwillingly or unintentionally; not to be found; missing; as, a lost book or sheep
unable to function; without help
Not employed or enjoyed; thrown away; employed ineffectually; wasted; squandered; as, a lost day; a lost opportunity or benefit
You use lost to refer to a period or state of affairs that existed in the past and no longer exists. He seemed to pine for his lost youth the relics of a lost civilisation
Having wandered from, or unable to find, the way; bewildered; perplexed; as, a child lost in the woods; a stranger lost in London
not gained or won; "a lost battle"; "a lost prize"
incapable of being recovered or regained; "his lost honor
people who are destined to die soon; "the agony of the doomed was in his voice"
the Force of the mystical, magical, and forgotten The source of faith and magic, and the governing Force for esoteric occult knowledges Governed by Saturn, the Mystic
If you are lost or if you get lost, you do not know where you are or are unable to find your way. Barely had I set foot in the street when I realised I was lost I took a wrong turn and we got lost in the mountains
Hardened beyond sensibility or recovery; alienated; insensible; as, lost to shame; lost to all sense of honor
The item has been lost
perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment; "obviously bemused by his questions"; "bewildered and confused"; "a cloudy and confounded philosopher"; "just a mixed-up kid"; "she felt lost on the first day of school"
Losing vision and body awareness in a move
If you describe a person or group of people as lost, you think that they do not have a clear idea of what they want to do or achieve. They are a lost generation in search of an identity
not caught with the senses or the mind; "words lost in the din" no longer in your possession or control; unable to be found or recovered; "a lost child"; "lost friends"; "his lost book"; "lost opportunities" spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed; "lost souls"; "a lost generation"; "a lost ship"; "the lost platoon" not gained or won; "a lost battle"; "a lost prize" incapable of being recovered or regained; "his lost honor
Occupied with, or under the influence of, something, so as to be insensible of external things; as, to be lost in thought
past of lose
no longer known; irretrievable; "a forgotten art"; "a lost art"; "lost civilizations"
When you have no clue how to play the lanes
{s} no longer in the possession of, misplaced; irrecoverable; unable to find the right way to go; defeated; destroyed; involved, immersed (in one's thoughts, etc.)
Dead "He got lost," means he ain't coming back without a resurrection
If you describe something as lost, you mean that you no longer have it or it no longer exists. a lost job or promotion The sense of community is lost The riots will also mean lost income for Los Angeles County
spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed; "lost souls"; "a lost generation"; "a lost ship"; "the lost platoon"
incapable of being recovered or regained; "his lost honor"
lore
Lost Wages
Las Vegas (city in Nevada)
lost and found
A department, service or location where items that are found can be claimed by their owners

Well, if you can't find your glasses then go to lost and found and ask if anyone turned them in.

lost and founds
plural form of lost and found
lost cause
A cause, attempt, or effort that is hopeless or futile

He has already made up his mind, and it's a lost cause to try to change it.

lost count
Simple past tense and past participle of lose count
lost errand
a mission likely to fail

The detective expressed his conviction that they were both on a lost errand. He was convinced that the boy would not make his appearance; although when pressed by Clive to do so, he declined to give the reasons for his conviction.

lost errands
plural form of lost errand
lost face
Simple past tense and past participle of lose face
lost for words
speechless because of surprise, or shock

When I saw the gift, I was lost for words.

lost in action
Destroyed during military combat

Summing up the furious October 22-27 battle in the longest Naval communique of the war, the department identified six American ships lost in action.

lost in action
Killed during military combat

Kouchner's comments came after another French marine was killed bringing to 29 the number of French forces lost in action.

lost in action
Rejected, nullified, incapacitated, or rendered unavailable

The President will continue to push for his legislation, but White House officials recognize that, with the election approaching, it won't get any easier.

lost in thought
Being preoccupied with one's thoughts rather than paying attention to reality

These lines the knight perus'd, and, lost in thought, / He long in vain the secret meaning sought.

lost it
Simple past tense and past participle of lose it
lost properties
plural form of lost property
lost property
Property that is found in such a state as to make it likely that the original owner unintentionally ceased to be in possession of the property, and would be unable to locate the property
lost property
A help desk or department in a store, mall, or other such facility where customers who have lost an item can inquire as to whether it has been found and turned in; a lost and found
lost sheep
A disadvantaged or marginalized person who can be "brought back into the fold" with a little effort
lost track
Simple past tense and past participle of lose track
lost wages
Income that a plaintiff in a lawsuit would have received but for the actions of the defendant, and for which the defendant is therefore liable
lost wax
A method of casting a sculpture in which a model of the sculpture is made from wax; the model is used to make a mould; when the mould has set, the wax is made to melt and is poured away, leaving the mould ready to be used to cast the sculpture
lost weekend
A period of several days in which one indulges in activities such as binge drinking, drug-taking and sex
lost with all hands
destroyed or sunk, while all passengers and crew died
lost cause
(deyim) Someone or something that has no chance of succeeding:

I used to try to get him to do some exercise but then decided he was a lost cause.

Lost Generation
Group of U.S. writers who came of age during World War I and established their reputations in the 1920s; more broadly, the entire post-World War I American generation. The term was coined by Gertrude Stein in a remark to Ernest Hemingway. The writers considered themselves "lost" because their inherited values could not operate in the postwar world and they felt spiritually alienated from a country they considered hopelessly provincial and emotionally barren. The term embraces Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, John Dos Passos, E.E. Cummings, Archibald MacLeish, and Hart Crane, among others
Lost River Range
A chain of mountains in east-central Idaho rising to 3,861.9 m (12,662 ft) at Borah Peak, the highest elevation in the state
lost a leg
leg was amputated
lost an arm
arm was amputated
lost an eye
lost the use of an eye, went blind in one eye
lost and found
place where lost items are kept until someone claims them
lost and found
Lost and found is the place where lost property is kept
lost and found
Lost and found things are things which someone has lost and which someone else has found. the shelf where they stored lost-and-found articles. the local paper's lost-and-found column
lost battle
struggle in which there is no chance of gaining victory
lost blood
bled, suffered from severe bleeding (from a cut, hemorrhage, etc.)
lost case
hopeless situation, hopeless person
lost cause
a defeated cause or a cause for which defeat is inevitable
lost cause
{i} cause that cannot succeed
lost cause
If you refer to something or someone as a lost cause, you mean that people's attempts to change or influence them have no chance of succeeding. They do not want to expend energy in what, to them, is a lost cause
lost chain
malfunction in which it is recorded that a certain disk area is occupied when it is not actually being used by any file
lost cluster
malfunction in which a small segment of a disk is not linked to any file
lost color
faded, became lighter in color
lost consciousness
lost use of his senses
lost control
no longer had control, lost command over (i.e. one's feelings, a situation, etc.)
lost control of the car
lost control of the steering wheel, crashed
lost face
degraded oneself, fell from grace, became disliked
lost face with
lost the respect of
lost generation
generation which has lost its direction, generation without goals or aspirations
lost heart
despaired, lost hope
lost her virginity
had sexual intercourse for the first time
lost his balance
was no longer in balance, stumbled, slipped
lost his eyesight
became blind
lost his hair
went bald
lost his head
lost track of his thoughts and ideas
lost his job
was fired, was dismissed from his job
lost his memory
was unable to remember
lost his mind
went mad, went nuts, went crazy, became insane
lost his nerve
lost his courage, lost his confidence
lost his patience
lost his tolerance, his patience lapsed
lost his right
lost his privilege, had his right taken from him, was no longer entitled
lost his sanity
went crazy, became insane
lost his senses
lost his self control, lost the ability to think rationally
lost his shirt
lost everything he owned
lost his teeth
his teeth fell out of his mouth
lost his temper
became angry, lost his self control
lost his tongue
was speechless, couldn't talk, fell silent
lost his way
went astray, got lost, took a wrong turn
lost hope
had no hope left, his expectations were destroyed
lost in thought
preoccupied, meditating, deeply engrossed in thought
lost interest
was no longer interested, grew tired of, got sick of
lost its meaning
no longer meaningful
lost labor
wasted effort, work that was done but did not bring results
lost property
Lost property consists of things that people have lost or accidentally left in a public place, for example on a train or in a school. Lost property should be handed to the driver
lost property
Lost property is a place where lost property is kept. I was enquiring in Lost Property at Derby
lost property
something that has been lost; (British) lost and found, place where lost items are kept until someone claims them
lost property restoration law
law which rules on lost and found items
lost sales analysis
(Ticaret) The function of classifying the reasons why orders or quotes were cancelled before delivery could take place, which may include pricing, shipment date, program change, or other issues
lost sleep over
worried over, didn't sleep well due to worrying
lost soul
pitiful person, misguided person
lost soul
If you call someone a lost soul, you mean that they seem unhappy, and unable to fit in with any particular group of people in society. They just clung to each other like two lost souls
lost the ball
did not succeed in controlling the ball
lost the battle
did not win the battle, lost the fight, was defeated
lost the case
lost a court case
lost the championship
did not win first place
lost time
The time during a given phase in which traffic could be discharging through the intersection, but is not This is the period during the green interval and change intervals that is not used by discharging traffic
lost time
Time planned for production operations that did not occur due to unscheduled problems such as machine downtime, material or personnel availability, or other situations
lost time
time spent by members, away from their regular job, on union business
lost tribes
tribes of Israel that disappeared, tribes of Israel whose whereabouts and history is unknown, 10 Jewish tribes taken into captivity in 722 BC and never returned
lost tribes
the ten Tribes of Israel that were deported into captivity in Assyria around 720 BC (leaving only the tribes of Judah and Benjamin)
lost weight
decreased in weight, got thinner, became slimmer
lost-and-found
a place where things that are lost are kept until someone comes to claim them British Equivalent: lost property
lost-and-found
repository in a public building where lost articles can be kept until their owners reclaim them
lost-wax casting
Traditional method of producing molds for metal sculpture and other castings. It requires a positive, a core made of refractory material and an outer layer of wax. The positive can be produced either by direct modeling in wax over a prepared core (direct lost-wax casting), or by casting in a piece mold or flexible mold taken from a master cast. The wax positive is invested with a mold made of refractory materials and heated to melt the wax, leaving a narrow cavity between the core and the investment. Molten metal is poured into this cavity. When the metal has solidified, the investment and core are broken away. See also investment casting
long lost
Alternative spelling of long-lost. (Something missing for a protracted length of time)

My long-lost brother showed up, borrowed money and vanished again.

long-lost
Having been missing or unknown for a protracted period of time

My long-lost brother showed up, borrowed money and vanished again.

Love's Labour's Lost
a humorous play by William Shakespeare in which a king and three of his friends promise to study and not become involved with women. However, they meet a princess and her friends, and fall in love with them, so that they are unable to do what they intended
long lost friend
friend that one has not seen for a long time
long-lost
You use long-lost to describe someone or something that you have not seen for a long time. finding a long-lost sixth century manuscript. lost or not seen for a long time
I lost my backpack
Indicates that the speaker has lost his or her backpack
I lost my bag
Indicates that the speaker has lost his or her backpack
I lost my bag
Indicates that the speaker has lost his or her handbag
I lost my glasses
Indicates that the speaker has lost his or her glasses
I lost my handbag
Indicates that the speaker has lost his or her handbag
I lost my keys
Indicates that the speaker has lost his or her keys
I lost my wallet
Indicates that the speaker has lost his or her wallet
I'm lost
Indicates that the speaker is unable to find his or her way
I've lost my keys
Indicates that the speaker has lost his or her keys
better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all
Love is worthwhile despite the pain involved in separation
better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all
Having experience of love, even if it ended, is better than having no experience of love
get lost
Used to tell somebody to go away or leave one alone
get lost
To be absent, to seem to be absent

The violins 'get lost with the rest of the music.

get lost
To lose one's way

I got lost in his reasoning.

lose
To fail to be the winner

Did you win this time? - No, I lost again.

lose
To cause (something) to cease to be in one's possession or capability due to unfortunate or unknown circumstances, events or reasons

She lost her position when the company was taken over.

lose
To shed, remove, discard, or eliminate

When we get into the building, please lose the hat.

lose
To have (an organ) removed from one's body, especially by accident

He lost his spleen in a car wreck.

lose
Of a clock, to run slower than expected

It's already 5:30? My watch must have lost a few minutes.

no love lost
dislike, animosity

There was no love lost between the two opponents.

one who hesitates is lost
A person who spends too much time contemplating what to do may miss a valuable but fleeting opportunity
lose
{v} to suffer loss, fail, miss, let slip, forfeit, bewilder
no love lost
Bad feeling; ill will. "Bob and Dick both wanted to be elected captain of the team, and there was no love lost between them.", "There was no love lost between the sales and the accounting departments."
lose
To wander from; to miss, so as not to be able to and; to go astray from; as, to lose one's way
lose
To fail to win (a game, competition, trial, etc). Often followed by out
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allow to go out of sight; "The detective lost the man he was shadowing after he had to stop at a red light"
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If someone loses their life, they die. the ferry disaster in 1987, in which 192 people lost their lives Hundreds of lives were lost in fighting
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If you lose weight, you become less heavy, and usually look thinner. I have lost a lot of weight Martha was able to lose 25 pounds
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as the result of any kind of contest
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If you lose a part of your body, it is cut off in an operation or in an accident. He lost a foot when he was struck by a train
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misplace or fail, as in: I don't care if I win or lose, I just enjoy playing the game
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To cease to have; to possess no longer; to suffer diminution of; as, to lose one's relish for anything; to lose one's health
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If you lose a close relative or friend, they die. My Grandma lost her brother in the war
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To ruin; to destroy; as destroy; as, the ship was lost on the ledge
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If a business loses money, it earns less money than it spends, and is therefore in debt. His shops stand to lose millions of pounds
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To cause to part with; to deprive of
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Not to employ; to employ ineffectually; to throw away; to waste; to squander; as, to lose a day; to lose the benefits of instruction
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be set at a disadvantage; "This author really suffers in translation"
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If you lose blood or fluid from your body, it leaves your body so that you have less of it. During fever a large quantity of fluid is lost in perspiration
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retreat
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To shed (weight); to reduce
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If you lose something, you do not know where it is, for example because you have forgotten where you put it. I lost my keys I had to go back for my checkup; they'd lost my X-rays
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fail to keep or to maintain; cease to have, either physically or in an abstract sense; "She lost her purse when she left it unattended on her seat"
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vi [not to win] kalah 2 vt [to put something somewhere and not know where it is] menghilangkan (hilang)
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To have (a relative or friend) die
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To be unable to follow or trace (somebody or something) any longer
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suffer the loss of a person through death or removal; "She lost her husband in the war"; "The couple that wanted to adopt the child lost her when the biological parents claimed her"
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If someone loses it, they become extremely angry or upset. I completely lost it. I went mad, berserk
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miss from one's possessions; lose sight of; "I've lost my glasses again!"
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to lose your balance: see balance to lose the battle but win the war: see battle to lose contact: see contact to lose your cool: see cool to lose face: see face to lose your grip: see grip to lose your head: see head to lose heart: see heart to lose your mind: see mind to lose your nerve: see nerve to lose the plot: see plot to lose sight of: see sight to lose your temper: see temper to lose touch: see touch to lose track of: see track
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If someone or something loses heat, their temperature becomes lower. Babies lose heat much faster than adults
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To suffer loss, disadvantage, or defeat; to be worse off, esp
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{f} fail to keep possession of; mislay, misplace; be deprived of; be defeated, fail; be bereaved; suffer a loss; waste; miss; go in the wrong direction; become less effective or valuable, diminish
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fail to win; "We lost the battle but we won the war"
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If you lose your way, you become lost when you are trying to go somewhere. The men lost their way in a sandstorm
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If someone loses a quality, characteristic, attitude, or belief, they no longer have it. He lost all sense of reason He had lost his desire to live
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You say that you lose something when you no longer have it because it has been taken away from you or destroyed. I lost my job when the company moved to another state She was terrified they'd lose their home
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To fail to obtain or enjoy; to fail to gain or win; hence, to fail to catch with the mind or senses; to miss; as, I lost a part of what he said
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fail to perceive or to catch with the senses or the mind; "I missed that remark"; "She missed his point"; "We lost part of what he said"
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to be less or have less -- "How many kilograms did Bambee lose " (183)
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fail to make money in a business; make a loss or fail to profit; "I lost thousands of dollars on that bad investment!"; "The company turned a loss after the first year
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To be deprived of the view of; to cease to see or know the whereabouts of; as, he lost his companion in the crowd
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If things are lost, they are destroyed in a disaster. the famous Nankin pottery that was lost in a shipwreck off the coast of China
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If something loses you a contest or loses you something that you had, it causes you to fail or to no longer have what you had. My own stupidity lost me the match His economic mismanagement has lost him the support of the general public. see also lost
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fail to get or obtain; "I lost the opportunity to spend a year abroad"
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fail to win; "We lost the battle but we won the war" suffer the loss of a person through death or removal; "She lost her husband in the war"; "The couple that wanted to adopt the child lost her when the biological parents claimed her" allow to go out of sight; "The detective lost the man he was shadowing after he had to stop at a red light" miss from one's possessions; lose sight of; "I've lost my glasses again!" fail to keep or to maintain; cease to have, either physically or in an abstract sense; "She lost her purse when she left it unattended on her seat" fail to get or obtain; "I lost the opportunity to spend a year abroad" fail to make money in a business; make a loss or fail to profit; "I lost thousands of dollars on that bad investment!"; "The company turned a loss after the first year
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[MIT] vi 1 To fail A program loses when it encounters an exceptional condition or fails to work in the expected manner 2 To be exceptionally unesthetic or crocky 3 Of people, to be obnoxious or unusually stupid (as opposed to ignorant) See also {deserves to lose} 4 n Refers to something that is {losing}, especially in the phrases "That's a lose!" and "What a lose!"
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If you lose time, something slows you down so that you do not make as much progress as you hoped. They claim that police lost valuable time in the early part of the investigation Six hours were lost in all
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To prevent from gaining or obtaining
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Term used by parent when a child loses a portion of their paycheck for not doing what was to be done cheerfully and happily Term that is used when a child loses money from paycheck for each individual item not done according to parent's expectations
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If you lose an ability, you stop having that ability because of something such as an accident. They lost their ability to hear He had lost the use of his legs
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If you lose an opportunity, you do not take advantage of it. If you don't do it soon you're going to lose the opportunity They did not lose the opportunity to say what they thought of events. a lost opportunity
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To part with unintentionally or unwillingly, as by accident, misfortune, negligence, penalty, forfeit, etc
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place (something) where one cannot find it again; "I misplaced my eyeglasses"
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to be deprived of; as, to lose money from one's purse or pocket, or in business or gaming; to lose an arm or a leg by amputation; to lose men in battle
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To cause (something) to cease to be in ones possession or capability due to unfortunate or unknown circumstances, events or reasons
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If you lose yourself in something or if you are lost in it, you give a lot of attention to it and do not think about anything else. Michael held on to her arm, losing himself in the music He was lost in the contemplation of the landscape. = absorb
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