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to be defeated / to lose / to fail (e.g. experiments) / failure / defeat / CL:
disappointed / to lose hope / to despair
loss / damage / CL: 個|个 / to lose / to suffer damage
to lose
to suffer from insomnia
to disappear / to fade away
lapse / mistake / to make a mistake / fault / service fault (in volleyball, tennis etc)
to lose / to forfeit
to lose / lost
error / fault / (law) negligence / delinquency
unemployment / to lose one's job
to break a promise
to fail / to lose effectiveness
to lose / lost
deficiency / shortcoming / hiatus
to lose (sth) / to drop (sth) / to feel a sense of loss / frustrated / disappointment / loss
to lose (one's bearings) / to get lost
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to lose / to miss / to fail
out of order (of machine) / not working properly / a failing (of a system)
to go out of control
(law) judgement defaulter (person who has failed to fulfill obligations set forth in a written court judgement, such as paying compensation to sb, despite having the means to do so) / debt dodger
to lose contact / to be lost
out of tune (music)
imbalance / to become dysfunctional / to lack proper care (after an illness etc)
to lack fidelity / (signal) distortion
not normal / an aberration
to unbalance / an imbalance
fault / mistake / to miss (a chance)
to report the loss of something
surefire; absolutely safe (idiom)
(of soil etc) to wash away / to be eroded / (fig.) (of talented staff, followers of a religious faith, investment funds etc) to go elsewhere / to fail to be retained
to lose one's job / unemployment / not to fulfill one's obligations / to neglect one's job / dereliction of duty
lost / missing / to lose (sb in one's charge) / to get lost / to wander away / to lose (flavor, freshness, shape, hair, one's good looks etc) / to lose meaning (in translation)
to lose one's head out of fear (idiom)
to be missing / to disappear / unaccounted for
the gains do not make up for the losses (idiom)
to cause a loss of (decorum, dignity etc) (used in fixed expressions)
unemployment rate
to worry about personal gains and losses
a slip / miscalculation / unwise move / accidentally / by mistake / to lose control / to be defeated
to lose one's voice / (to cry out) involuntarily
can still be considered (to be...) / may after all be accepted as
to lose touch with / missing / scattered / separated from
(of a plane, ship etc) to have an accident (plane crash, shipwreck, vehicle collision etc) / to mess things up
(military) (of a city etc) to fall into enemy hands / (fig.) to take a turn for the worse
to lose favor / in disfavor / disgraced
(of skills etc) to die out / lost / extinct
to lose one's footing / to slip / to take a wrong step in life
to laugh involuntarily / Taiwan pr. [e4 ran2 shi1 xiao4]
to lose one's love / to break up (in a romantic relationship) / to feel jilted
to lose the way / unjust / moral failing
to lose color / to turn pale
loss (of sth through natural disaster, theft etc) (law)
gains and losses / success and failure / merits and demerits
to let slip / loss of speech (e.g. as a result of brain damage) / aphasia
to turn pale with fright (idiom)
to give a false picture of the situation
to forget one's manners / to forget oneself / to lose self-control (in a situation)
owner of sth lost or stolen
rash / impudent
brain drain / outflow of talent
to squander / lost
to miss narrowly / to let a great opportunity slip
to suffer the painful loss of (a loved one etc) / to miss out on (an opportunity) / to fail to gain (victory etc)
utter failure
an unemployed person
to lose / to miss
disappointed / frustrated
destitute and homeless (idiom); forced from one's home and wandering about / displaced
dazed / beside oneself (idiom)
to go deaf / to lose hearing
mishap / accident / accidental loss
to lose one's eyesight / to become blind / blindness
to lose one's splendor / to lose luster / to be eclipsed / to be overshadowed
unable to go to school / an interruption to one's education
to lose sth and then regain it (idiom)
lit. to attend to one thing and lose sight of another (idiom) / fig. to be unable to manage two or more things at once / cannot pay attention to one thing without neglecting the other
No time to lose! (idiom)
to miscalculate / miscalculation
to fail at every step of the way (idiom)
greatly disappointed
to seize the opportune moment / to lose no time
(urinary or fecal) incontinence
lit. the old man lost his horse, but it all turned out for the best (idiom) / fig. a blessing in disguise / it's an ill wind that blows nobody any good
mental aberration / nervous abnormality
breach of responsibility / failure to carry out one's duty
to panic
A just cause attracts much support, an unjust one finds little (idiom, from Mencius)
blood loss
(polite) excuse me for not going out to meet you
to miss an appointment
an unjust cause finds little support (idiom, from Mencius) / cf 得道多助 a just cause attracts much support
plane crash
to recover lost territory
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