loser

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kaybeden

Kaybedeni kimse sevmez. - No one likes the loser.

Onlar kaybedenler güruhu. - They're a bunch of losers.

{i} k.dili. başarısızın teki
{i} zarar eden kimse
ziyan eden kimse
a good loser oyunu kaybedince kızmayan kimse
başarısız insan
başarısız kimse
boş adam
hayatı kaymış
mağlup

O adam böyle bir mağlup. - That guy is such a loser.

Tom bir mağlup olduğumu düşünüyor. - Tom thinks I'm a loser.

yenilen
Ezik
Hayatta hep kaybeden, başarısız olan
{i} kaybeden kimse
beceriksiz

Zavallı bir beceriksizsin. - You're a pathetic loser.

end up a loser
zararlı çıkmak
a good loser
oyunu kaybedince kızmayan kimse
bad loser
kötü loser
losers
ezikler
be a poor loser
yenilince kızıp küsmek
job loser
(Ticaret) işten çıkartılan işçi
sore loser
kaybetmeyi kaldıramayan kimse
sore loser
kaybedince kızan kimse
İngilizce - İngilizce
Someone who loses in a specified manner

He was always a good loser.

A person who fails to win

In a two-horse race there is always one winner and one loser.

A person of unhappy circumstances

That guy is a born loser!.

Someone that has lost weight. (a recent term, originally from Kelloggs, but now has come from NBC show "The Biggest Loser")

She is such a loser, she lost 15 kilos!.

Someone with bad luck or poor skills who consistently loses

I’m a constant loser in love.

A contemptible or unfashionable person

That person is a loser!.

Something of poor quality

That dictionary is a loser!.

{n} one who loses or has suffered loss
1 a trick that must be lost; a card that must be played to such a trick; a card that cannot under present circumstances win a trick if played 2 a unit of negative hand valuation
a person with a record of failing; someone who loses consistently
n An unexpectedly bad situation, program, programmer, or person Someone who habitually loses (Even winners can lose occasionally ) Someone who knows not and knows not that he knows not Emphatic forms are `real loser', `total loser', and `complete loser' (but not *`moby loser', which would be a contradiction in terms) See {luser}
(1) trick that must be lost; card that must be played to such a trick; card that cannot under present circumstances win a trick if played
One who loses
The losers of a game, contest, or struggle are the people who are defeated or beaten. the Dallas Cowboys and Buffalo Bills, the winners and losers of this year's Super Bowl. winner If someone is a good loser, they accept that they have lost a game or contest without complaining. If someone is a bad loser, they hate losing and complain about it. I'm sure the prime minister will turn out to be a good loser You are a very bad loser Lou, aren't you?
a gambler who loses a bet a contestant who loses the contest
Someone that has lost weight. (a recent term, originally from Kelloggs, but now has come from NBC show "The Biggest Loser")"
disapproval If you refer to someone as a loser, you have a low opinion of them because you think they are always unsuccessful. They've only been trained to compete with other men, so a successful woman can make them feel like a real loser. = failure
a card which is not likely to win a trick Generally, a non-Ace outside of Trump is a loser
People who are losers as the result of an action or event, are in a worse situation because of it or do not benefit from it. Some of Britain's top business leaders of the 1980s became the country's greatest losers in the recession. winner
a contestant who loses the contest
a gambler who loses a bet
{i} unsuccessful person; one who loses
loser sign
A gesture made by placing the hand in the L shape near the forehead; used to signify that oneself or someone else is a loser
born loser
A person who is habitually unsuccessful or unlucky or who is prejudged to be a failure in life, especially one with a defeatist outlook

A born loser and high school dropout from Lufkin, Texas, McClure had been rejected by the Army and Air Force.

first loser
second place
first loser
the second place finisher in auto racing competition
sore loser
One who doesn't take failure well, especially one who complains or contests it
sore-loser
Attributive form of sore loser, noun
three-time loser
Someone with bad luck or poor skills who consistently loses

He'll never make anything of himself. He's just a three-time loser.

A loser
nebbish
bad loser
person who reacts poorly when he loses
born loser
{i} unsuccessful person; someone seems destined for bad luck and failure (Slang)
good loser
person who is able to honorably accept failure, person who loses in a sportsmanly manner
losers
plural of loser
lucky loser
one who is fortunate not to win
loser