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Lose vs Loss vs Loose

Lose (হারানো):

Lose হলো verb.

Lose is defined as to wind up without something or to fail in a competition.


  • I hope he does not lose his job. (Loss নয়)
  • He's always losing his car keys.
  • If you lose that ten-pound note, you'll be sorry.
  • He lost his hearing in the explosion.
  • She lost her position when the company was taken over.


Loss (ক্ষতি):

Loss হলো noun.

Loss is defined as having something or someone leave or be taken away from someone.


  • We made a loss on the deal. (Lose নয়)
  • The doctor's retirement is a great loss to the community.
  • The war caused incalculable loss.
  • The match ended in their first loss of the season.
  • It was written off as a loss.


Loose (ঢিলা):

Loose হলো adjective.

The definition of loose is something unbound, available, or not tight.


  • She has put on a loose dress. (Lose নয়)
  • This wheelbarrow has a loose wheel.
  • A loose anchor line; a loose chair leg.
  • I wear loose clothes when it is hot.
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