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to be defeated / to lose / to fail (e.g. experiments) / failure / defeat / CL:
disappointed / to lose hope / to despair
to lose
to suffer from insomnia
lapse / mistake / to make a mistake / fault / service fault (in volleyball, tennis etc)
unemployment / to lose one's job
to break a promise
to fail / to lose effectiveness
to lose (sth) / to drop (sth) / to feel a sense of loss / frustrated / disappointment / loss
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to lose / to miss / to fail
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)
out of order (of machine) / not working properly / a failing (of a system)
to lack fidelity / (signal) distortion
not normal / an aberration
to unbalance / an imbalance
to lose one's job / unemployment / not to fulfill one's obligations / to neglect one's job / dereliction of duty
to be missing / to disappear / unaccounted for
unemployment rate
a slip / miscalculation / unwise move / accidentally / by mistake / to lose control / to be defeated
to lose one's voice / (to cry out) involuntarily
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
dazed / beside oneself (idiom)
to forget one's manners / to forget oneself / to lose self-control (in a situation)
to lose one's love / to break up (in a romantic relationship) / to feel jilted
to lose color / to turn pale
to let slip / loss of speech (e.g. as a result of brain damage) / aphasia
to give a false picture of the situation
owner of sth lost or stolen
to miss narrowly / to let a great opportunity slip
an unemployed person
to lose / to miss
disappointed / frustrated
to go deaf / to lose hearing
to lose one's eyesight / to become blind / blindness
unable to go to school / an interruption to one's education
to lose sth and then regain it (idiom)
to miss an appointment
to miscalculate / miscalculation
(urinary or fecal) incontinence
breach of responsibility / failure to carry out one's duty
to panic
blood loss
an unjust cause finds little support (idiom, from Mencius) / cf 得道多助 a just cause attracts much support
expiry date (of document)
to lose one's virginity / to lose one's chastity
inappropriate / improper
to fail in observing or supervising / to miss / to let sth slip through
to be at a loss
goodbye (modest formula) / Excuse me, I must leave.
disharmony / to become estranged
to lose territory / lost territory
Failure is the mother of success.
to get into disarray / to get out of whack
bereaved of one's only child
to lose by theft / to have one's property stolen
to catch fire / on fire / fire (alarm)
aphasia or aphemia (loss of language)
to lose one's spouse (through marriage failure or bereavement)
inappropriate / improper
to be disloyal (to one's country, spouse etc) / to lose one's chastity
late (for an appointed time)
to act discourteously / forgive me (for my impropriety)
discourteous / failure of etiquette
a crick in the neck / stiff neck
out of one's mind
offset voltage
a family bereaved of its only child
blood loss anemia
to lose at sunrise but gain at sunset (idiom) / to compensate later for one's earlier loss / what you lose on the swings you gain on the roundabouts
(aviation) to stall
to lose face
list of lost or stolen articles
absent-minded / to lose spirit / despondent
to lose face / to be humiliated
to have sth stolen / to lose to theft / robbed
to blunder / to miscalculate / miscalculation / unwise (move)
slip of the tongue / indiscretion / to blurt out a secret
a tiny lapse can lead to a huge mistake (idiom); a minor discrepancy leading to enormous losses
a tiny lapse can lead to a huge mistake (idiom); a minor discrepancy leading to enormous losses
slip of the tongue / indiscretion / to blurt out a secret
to laugh in spite of oneself / to be unable to help laughing / to break into laughter
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