فقد, خسر, أضاع, احتسب, ثكل
Verb(1) fail to keep or to maintain; cease to have, either physically or in an abstract sense(2) fail to win(3) suffer the loss of a person through death or removal(4) miss from one's possessions; lose sight of(5) allow to go out of sight or mind(6) fail to make money in a business; make a loss or fail to profit(7) fail to get or obtain(8) fail to perceive or to catch with the senses or the mind(9) withdraw, as from reality(10) be set at a disadvantage
(1) Players will lose time and money, people will lose jobs, and customers will lose their product.(2) England have defaulted a match in this tournament, but are yet to lose a game on the field.(3) Become concerned if the patient begins to lose more weight than 6 pounds in 6 months.(4) the manager said he didn't want to lose her(5) However, Fiona fell pregnant and now wants to get through these nine months, knowing she could lose her baby.(6) That helped him tone up, lose a little more weight, and feel even better.(7) That said however neither side deserved to lose a game that was played under the most appalling conditions.(8) lose that creep!(9) That means that the government would lose money with the current tax structure.(10) It is far more tragic for parents to lose a child from a sudden death; it leaves them with many unsaid things and feelings of regret.(11) This de-motivates people - as a result they leave the party, they lose enthusiasm, they cease to be active.(12) This column has always argued that economic freedom and the opportunity to make, spend and lose money is central to a creative society.(13) she couldn't eat and began to lose weight(14) Neither side deserved to lose a game that see-sawed back and forth for the whole hour-plus.(15) Was I saying that I needed to move faster, or else I would lose all of my chances?(16) But, remember, the amount of weight you lose is entirely at your own discretion and you can join in or drop out of the campaign at any time.
(1) to lose :: لتخسر
1. mislay ::
2. be deprived of ::
أن يحرم من
3. escape from ::
4. stray from ::
5. miss ::
6. be defeated ::
7. discard ::
8. misplace ::
وضع الشيء في غير مكانه
9. fall back ::
10. suffer ::
Different Formslose, loses, losing, losings
Word Example from TV Shows
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If he gets to her before we do,
we LOSE our only chance for revenge.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 4
What do you have to LOSE?
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 6
They LOSE their sensitivity to serotonin
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 14
Anybody LOSE a 20?
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 15
No, I want to get in the hot tub
before I LOSE a toe.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 14
English to Arabic Dictionary: lose
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