терять; потерять; растерять; обронить; забывать; утерять; утратить; утрачивать; недослышать; не разглядеть; упустить; упускать; не воспользоваться; пропускать; пропустить; опоздать; отставать; проиграть; проигрывать; продуваться; вызывать потерю; лишать; лишаться; стоить; погибнуть; исчезнуть; не существовать больше; пропасть; заблудиться
- RETAILERS have an old saying that you will never lose money by underestimating public taste.
- While the older cities and regions lose jobs and output, the areas in easy distance of London gain employment, receive the benefits of State investment, and attract better-off people who create jobs for others in both the public and private sectors.
- "It would be possible to lose one booking; it's very rare to lose two in one day, and to lose the tape recordings as well would be unheard of," he said.
- Why did he always choose to lose his temper over issues in which he was in the wrong?
- Similarly, if parents lose a daughter, do they maintain contact with their erstwhile son-in-law if he marries again, or was their contact really only through their daughter?
- Those who can't pay, eg because they lose their job, may be allowed to pay less until they get straight.
- She believes that women with property or money are especially attractive to men, and that once that advantage has been surrendered, the husband may simply lose interest.
- Having rediscovered nationhood, the theory goes, West Germany is bound to lose interest in its postwar surrogate, the EC.
- The world championship is the ultimate; any top player to lose at the Crucible can consider it a failure."
- And who benefits from treating it as an "I win, you lose" tussle?
- Because of debts they are often forced to sell their land and therefore lose the means of livelihood that their family has known and understood over the generations.
- He was lucky not to lose the wings altogether!
- Plants that manufacture food slowly will respond to full sunshine by wilting as they become hotter and lose water.