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lost

美 [lɔst]
英 [lɒst]
  • adj.不知所措;困惑;迷路的;迷失的
  • v.“lose”的过去式和过去分词
  • 网络丢失;丢失的;寻物启事
lost
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adj.
1.
迷路的;迷失的unable to find your way; not knowing where you are
We always get lost in London.
我们在伦敦老是迷路。
We're completely lost.
我们完全迷路了。
2.
失去的;丢失的;丧失的;无法恢复的that cannot be found or brought back
I'm still looking for that lost file.
我还在找那份丢失的档案。
Your cheque must have got lost in the post.
你的支票一定是邮寄中遗失的。
3.
[ubn]
得不到的;无法再找到的;无法再造的that cannot be obtained; that cannot be found or created again
The strike cost them thousands of pounds in lost business .
罢工使他们失去了几千英镑的生意。
She's trying to recapture her lost youth .
她在努力追回逝去的青春。
He regretted the lost(= wasted) opportunity to apologize to her.
他后悔错过了向她道歉的机会。
4.
[nbn]
不知所措;一筹莫展unable to deal successfully with a particular situation
We would be lost without your help.
我们没有你的帮助就会一筹莫展。
I felt so lost after my mother died.
我母亲去世后我觉得茫然无措。
He's a lost soul(= a person who does not seem to know what to do, and seems unhappy) .
他是个迷惘的人。
5.
[nbn]
弄不懂;困惑unable to understand sth because it is too complicated
They spoke so quickly I just got lost.
他们说得太快,我跟不上了。
Hang on a minute─I'm lost.
等一下,我没弄明白。

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