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loser (plural losers)
- A person who fails to win.
- In a two-horse race there is always one winner and one loser.
- Someone who loses in a specified manner.
- He was always a good loser.
- Someone with bad luck or poor skills who consistently loses.
- I’m a constant loser in love.
- Something of poor quality.
- That dictionary is a loser!
- A person who is frequently unsuccessful in life.
- That guy is a born loser!
- (derogatory) A contemptible or unfashionable person.
- That person is a loser!
- (Can we verify(+) this sense?)Someone that has lost weight. (a recent term, originally from Kelloggs, but now has come from NBC show "The Biggest Loser")
- She is such a loser, she lost 15 kilos!
- (person who consistently loses): failure
person who fails to win
someone who loses in a specified manner
someone with bad luck or poor skills who consistently loses
person who is frequently unsuccessful in life
someone who has lost weight
- IPA: /ˈˈloːzɐ/
- strong masculine singular nominative form of lose.
- strong feminine singular genitive form of lose.
- strong feminine singular dative form of lose.
- strong plural genitive form of lose.
- mixed masculine singular nominative form of lose.
- predicative comparative form of lose.
- indefinite plural of los