Verb: терять утратить проигрывать упускать


to lose / shed / spill blood - истекать кровью, потерять кровь

to lose one's breath - сбиться с дыхания

to lose a button - потерять пуговицу

to lose a case - проиграть дело, проиграть процесс

to give up / lose / relinquish a championship - проиграть первенство

to miss / lose a chapel - пропустить службу

to break / lose contacts - потерять связь, не поддерживать отношений

to lose control - терять управление

to lose one's deposit - набрать ничтожно малое количество голосов на выборах

to lose favour with smb. - утратить чьё-л. расположение

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I lost myself in this city. - Я заблудился в этом городе.

People lose their hair. - Люди лысеют.

I've lost my appetite. - Я потеряла аппетит.

We may lose on it. - Мы можем на этом погореть.

It lost him his head. - Это стоило ему головы.

Charles I lost his head. - Карла I обезглавили.

He lost his pursuers. - Он оторвался от своих преследователей.

Go on! There isn't a moment to lose! - Поспеши! Нельзя терять ни минуты.

I lost my driving licence. - Я потерял водительские права.

She kept the diet to lose some weight. - Она сидела на диете, чтобы похудеть.

He lost all his relatives. - Он потерял всех своих родственников.

The team lost in the finals. - Команда проиграла в финале.

I've lost my jacket somewhere. - Я куда-то задевал куртку.

She's always losing her gloves. - Она постоянно теряет перчатки.

There is not a moment to lose. - Нельзя терять ни минуты.

It's a great dealwe can't lose! - Сделка отличная — проиграть невозможно!

He never loses a single thing I say. - Он никогда не пропускает ни слова из того, что я говорю.

She hardly deserves to lose her job. - Едва ли она заслуживает увольнения.

My watch loses three minutes every hour. - Мои часы каждый час отстают на три минуты.

The plane lost it's altitude. - Самолёт потерял высоту.

The ship was lost on the reef. - Корабль потерпел крушение на рифах.

Julian lost his balance and fell. - Джулиан потерял равновесие и упал.

I've never seen him lose his temper. - Я никогда не видел, чтобы он вышел из себя /потерял самообладание/.

We lost the game by a score of 4–2. - Мы проиграли этот матч со счётом 4-2.

The vessel got lost in the open sea. - Судно пропало в открытом море.

I rarely lose a left-hand glove. - Я редко теряю перчатку с левой руки.

The government lost by one vote. - Правительство проиграло с разрывом в один голос.

He lost his title in the rematch. - Он потерял свой титул в матче-реванше.

He lost the cops after him. - Ему удалось отделаться от преследующих полицейских.

He didn't lose his time in eating. - На еду он не тратил много времени.

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lose it: If someone loses it, they become extremely angry or upset .

no-lose: designating or of a situation, policy, etc. that is sure to succeed

lose face: to be made to look foolish or to do something which damages your reputation

lose out: If you lose out, you suffer a loss or disadvantage because you have not succeeded in what you were doing.

lose time: (of a timepiece ) to operate too slowly

lose color: to become pale

lose count: to fail to keep an accurate record of items, events, etc

lose focus: The focus of something is the main topic or main thing that it is concerned with.

lose ground: to lose some of the power or advantage that you had previously

lose heart: to start to feel discouraged or to lose interest in something, usually because things are not progressing in the way that you hoped

lose sleep: If you say that you didn't lose any sleep over something, you mean that you did not worry about it at all.

lose touch: If you lose touch with something, you no longer have the latest news or information about it.

lose a job: A job is the work that someone does to earn money.

lose patience: If you have patience, you are able to stay calm and not get annoyed, for example when something takes a long time, or when someone is not doing what you want them to do.

lose oneself: to lose one's way; go astray ; become bewildered

lose no time: If you say that someone loses no time in doing something, you are emphasizing that they act quickly in order to benefit from a situation.

lose out on: to fail to secure or make use of

lose one's rag: If you lose your rag, you suddenly become so angry that you are not in control of yourself.

lose one's way: If you lose your way, you become lost when you are trying to go somewhere .

lose sight of: to fail to keep in sight ; see no longer

lose the plot: to become confused and not know what you should do

lose track of: to fail to follow the passage, course, or progress of

lose your cool: to suddenly get angry and behave in a bad-tempered or uncontrolled way

lose your edge: to no longer have all the advantages and special skills that you had in the past

lose your grip: to lose control over a situation

lose your head: to panic and not remain calm in a difficult situation

lose your rag: to suddenly lose your temper with someone and get very angry

to lose heart: If you lose heart, you become sad and depressed and are no longer interested in something, especially because it is not progressing as you would like .

to lose touch: If you lose touch with someone, you gradually stop writing, phoning, or visiting them.

lose an election: An election is a process in which people vote to choose a person or group of people to hold an official position.

lose one's head: to lose one's poise, self-control, etc.; become excited or flustered

lose one's marbles: If you say that someone has lost their marbles, you mean that their ideas or behaviour are very strange, as if they have become insane .

lose one's nerve: to become timid, esp failing to perform some audacious act

lose one's shirt: to lose all that one has

lose one's voice: If you lose your voice, you cannot speak for a while because of an illness .

lose the exchange: to lose a rook in return for a bishop or knight

lose your heart: If you lose your heart to someone, you fall in love with them.

lose your marbles: to start to forget things and be confused

lose your memory: If you lose your memory, you forget things that you used to know .

lose your shirt: to lose all your money on a bad investment or bet

no time to lose: If you say there is no time to lose or no time to be lost, you mean you must hurry as fast as you can to do something.

to lose contact: If you lose contact with someone who you have been friendly with, you no longer see them, speak to them, or write to them.

to lose sight of: If you lose sight of an important aspect of something, you no longer pay attention to it because you are worrying about less important things.

to lose the plot: If someone loses the plot, they become confused and do not know what they should do.

to lose track of: If you lose track of someone or something, you no longer know where they are or what is happening .

lose no opportunity: If you say that someone loses no opportunity to do or say a particular thing, you are emphasizing that they do it or say it whenever it is possible .

lose your virginity: When you lose your virginity, you have sex for the first time.

to lose your grip: If you lose your grip, you become less efficient and less confident, and less able to deal with things.

to lose your mind: If you say that someone is losing their mind, you mean that they are becoming mad .

to lose your nerve: If you lose your nerve, you suddenly panic and become too afraid to do something that you were about to do.

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Однокоренные слова:

lose out - потерпеть неудачу, поражение, не иметь успеха, понести убытки, проиграть

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