Adjective: потерянный погибший упущенный


lost generation - потерянное поколение

to be lost on the rocks - разбиться о скалы

lost of wits - умалишённый

lost efforts - тщетные усилия

a nasty fear that she was lost - мучительный страх, что она потерялась

a lost generation - потерянное поколение

become lost - сбиваться с курса

have lost all respect - потерять всякое уважение

have lost one's tongue - проглотить язык; молчать

have lost tongue - потерять дар речи; проглотить язык; молчать

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He lost his key. - Он потерял ключ.

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

I lost my house keys. - Я потерял ключи от дома.

Get lost, buster! - Потеряйся /исчезни/, парень!

He lost the case. - Он проиграл это дело.

She got lost in the throng. - Она потерялась в толпе.

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

He looked lost and defeated. - Он выглядел потерянным и разбитым.

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

I lost a button on my jacket. - Я потерял пуговицу от моей куртки.

She was lost in thought. - Она была погружена в свои мысли.

How many lives were lost? - Сколько людей погибло?

I've lost my train of thought. - Я забыл, что хотел сказать. / Я потерял ход мысли.

I lost my power of speech. - Я потерял дар речи.

She's lost a lot of weight. - Она сильно похудела.

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

Charles I lost his head. - Карла I обезглавили.

My voice lost its tremolo. - Мой голос перестал дрожать.

Get lost, you little creep! - Отвали, зануда!

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

Oh heck! I've lost my keys! - Вот чёрт, я потерял ключи!

Oh no, I've lost my wallet! - Вот чёрт, я потерял кошелек!

I lost my class schedule. - Я потерял расписание моих занятий.

Many men are finally lost. - Многие люди погибли.

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

We're well and truly lost. - Мы не на шутку заблудились.

This song lost its relish. - Мне перестала нравиться эта песня.

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

Data is irretrievably lost. - Данные безвозвратно утеряны.

We've lost the master disk. - Мы потеряли мастер-диск /оригинал диска/.

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Связанные термины:

lose: If you lose a contest, a fight, or an argument, you do not succeed because someone does better than you and defeats you.

lost in: absorbed in; engrossed in

lost on: without effect on; failing to influence

lost to: no longer in the possession or enjoyment of

get lost: If you tell someone to get lost, you are telling them in a very rude way to go away.

long-lost: You use long-lost to describe someone or something that you have not seen for a long time.

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 .

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 .

lost ground: Ground is used in expressions such as gain ground, lose ground, and give ground in order to indicate that someone gets or loses an advantage .

lost motion: the difference in the rate of motion of driving and driven parts of a machine, due to faulty fittings, etc.

lost tribes: the ten tribes of Israel carried off into Assyrian captivity about 722 b .c. : 2 Kings 17:6

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 Generation: the large number of talented young men killed in World War I

no love lost: if there is no love lost between two people or groups, they do not like each other at all

lost and found: Lost and found is the place where lost property is kept .

lost for words: If someone is lost for words, they cannot think of anything to say, especially because they are very surprised by something.

lost productivity: Productivity is the rate at which goods are produced.

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

be lost without: If you say that you would be lost without someone or something, you mean that you would be unhappy or unable to work properly without them.

long-lost relative: Your relatives are the members of your family.

lost-wax process: a method of casting in which a wax form is encased in a heat-resistant material, as clay, that is hardened and then heated to melt and drain away the wax, producing a mold into which molten material is poured : used in casting dental plates, metal sculpture, etc.

the lost tribes: the ten tribes deported from the N kingdom of Israel in 721 bc and believed never to have returned to Palestine

be lost in thought: If you are lost in thought, you give all your attention to what you are thinking about and do not notice what is going on around you.

be lost on someone: If advice or a comment is lost on someone, they do not understand it or they pay no attention to it.

lost property office: a place where lost property is kept

lost-and-found column: a column in a newspaper that carries advertisements from people who have lost or found things

no love lost between: no liking or affection existing between

get lost in the shuffle: to not be noticed and have no attention paid to you

lost-and-found department: a place where lost property is kept

no love lost/little love lost: If you say that there is no love lost between two people or groups or there is little love lost between them, you mean that they do not like each other at all.

get lost/knotted/stuffed etc: Get is used in rude expressions like get stuffed and get lost to express contempt, disagreement, or refusal to do something.

to make up for lost time: If someone is making up for lost time, they are doing something actively and with enthusiasm because they have not had the opportunity to do it before or when they were younger .

lose sth/be lost in (the) translation: If you say that a quality of something has been lost in translation, you mean that it is not very good as a result of being translated into another language or told in a different way.

someone has won the battle, but lost the war: said to mean that in a struggle, someone has gained one small thing but lost something that is much more important

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