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lose

US [luz]
UK [luːz]
  • v.失去;丢失;遗失;减少
  • Web失败;输;丧失
Simple Present:loses  Present Participle:losing  Past Tense:lost  
lose
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v.
找不到not find
1.
[t]
~ sth/sb
遗失;丢失to be unable to find sth/sb
I've lost my keys.
我把钥匙丢了。
The tickets seem to have got lost .
那些票好像给弄丢了。
She lost her husband in the crowd.
她在人群中与丈夫走散了。
丧失have sth/sb taken away
2.
[t]
~ sth/sb
(因事故、年老、死亡等)损失,丧失,失去to have sth/sb taken away from you as a result of an accident, getting old, dying, etc.
She lost a leg in a car crash.
她在一次车祸中失去了一条腿。
to lose your hair/teeth(= as a result of getting old)
脱发;掉牙
He's lost his job .
他失业了。
Some families lost everything(= all they owned) in the flood.
有些家庭的财产在洪水中损失得精光。
They lost both their sons(= they were killed) in the war.
他们的两个儿子都被战争夺去了生命。
The ship was lost at sea(= it sank) .
那条船沉没了。
Many people lost their lives(= were killed) .
有许多人丧生。
3.
[t]
~ sth (to sb/sth)
被…夺去to have sth taken away by sb/sth
The company has lost a lot of business to its competitors.
公司的许多生意都被对手夺走了。
4.
[t]
~ sth
被迫放弃;失去to have to give up sth; to fail to keep sth
You will lose your deposit if you cancel the order.
如果撤销订单,订金将不予退还。
Sit down or you'll lose your seat.
坐下吧,要不这个座位就没啦。
减少have less
5.
[t]
~ sth
降低;减少;渐渐丧失to have less and less of sth, especially until you no longer have any of it
He lost his nerve at the last minute.
他在最后一刻失去了勇气。
She seemed to have lost interest in food.
她好像对食物不感兴趣了。
At that moment he lost his balance and fell.
他在那一瞬间失去平衡摔倒了。
I've lost ten pounds since I started this diet.
这次节食开始以来我体重减了十磅。
The train was losing speed .
火车当时正在减速。
未赢not win
6.
[t][i]
被打败;输掉(比赛、诉讼案件、辩论等)to be defeated; to fail to win a competition, a court case, an argument, etc.
to lose a game/a race/an election/a battle/a war
输掉比赛╱赛跑╱选举╱战役╱战争
We lost to a stronger team.
我们输给了一支实力更强的队。
He lost by less than 100 votes.
他以不到 100 张选票败北。
未保留not keep
7.
[t][i]
(使)失去(所需要的东西,尤指钱)to fail to keep sth you want or need, especially money; to cause sb to fail to keep sth
The business is losing money.
这家公司正在亏损。
Poetry always loses something in translation.
诗歌一经翻译总会失去某些东西。
You have nothing to lose by telling the truth.
你讲真话是不会吃亏的。
We lost on that deal.
我们那笔交易做亏了。
His carelessness lost him the job.
他粗枝大叶,丢了工作。
弄不懂;听不见not understand/hear
8.
[t]
~ sth
不明白;听不见;弄不懂to fail to get, hear or understand sth
His words were lost(= could not be heard) in the applause.
他的讲话让掌声淹没了。
9.
[t]
(informal)
~ sb
使弄不懂;使不理解to be no longer understood by sb
I'm afraid you've lost me there.
很抱歉,我没听明白你的话。
逃避escape
10.
[t]
~ sb/sth
逃避;逃脱to escape from sb/sth
We managed to lose our pursuers in the darkness.
我们设法在黑暗中摆脱了追赶者。
时间time
11.
[t]
~ sth
浪费(时间);错过(机会)to waste time or an opportunity
We lost twenty minutes changing a tyre.
我们换轮胎耽误了二十分钟。
Hurry─ there's no time to lose !
快点,抓紧时间吧!
He lost no time in setting out for London.
他赶紧启程去了伦敦。
12.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
(钟、表)走慢,慢(若干时间)if a watch or clockloses orloses time , it goes too slowly or becomes a particular amount of time behind the correct time
This clock loses two minutes a day.
这时钟每天慢两分钟。

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