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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to lose:   (331 results)

Antonyms:
advance, break even, find, gain, gain ground, get ahead, hold on, keep, make headway, profit, regain, win

Often used in the same context:
loosing, squander, regain, suffer, deprive, forfeiting, disappear, retain, miss, dwindle, jeopardize, vanish, falter, fritter away, evaporate, gain, get, cede, crumble, underestimate, plummet, erode, relinquish, earn, misplace, ruin, implode, shrivel, diminish, fail, wither, hurt, give, overrate, afford, concede, underachieve, inherit, forget, starve, happen, displace, bleed, win, shrink, reclaim, steamroll, trounce, maintain, saps, know, withhold, owe, trample, decimate, quit, overestimate, deteriorate, add, sleepwalk, mean, endanger, costing, disintegrate, reap, flunk, worry, clinch, deplete, die, dislocate, devastate, swallow, threaten, weaken, waver, take, covet, devaluate, mislay, overconfident, overexert, affect, accrue, prevail, perish, abandon, fizzle, realize, snatch, leave, imperil, succumb, risking, want, devalue, wrestle, overtake, teeter, stagnate, shortchange, underrate, go, mei, ski, abrasive, acceptor, acquire, advanced, againe, ariel, aurora, austin, averment, bac, bake, band, binder, bo, bolt, box, new, noncoercive, unusual, adversarial, belter, ble, constrained, demanding, entry, exacting, pleasanter, satisfactory, tical, true, unbalanced, unbearable, undignified, unsatisfactory, actual

More specific:
drop, forget, go down, leave, overlook, remain down, sleep off, take the count, white-out

Appears in the definition of:
., air hole, air pocket, anaclitic depression, at best, bald, become flat, bedazzle, benumbed, black out, bleed, blur, break down, caste, collapse, concede, cool, cool down, cool off, cost, craze, cut, dash, daunt, daze, dazzle, deaden, decalcify, decarboxylate, decay, decease, decelerate, decompose, dedifferentiate, dehydrate, depreciate, desiccate, despair, despond, detribalise, detribalize, devaluate, devalue, die, diet, digress, discolor, discomfit, discompose, disconcert, disintegrate, dissolve, divagate, doom, drift apart, drift away, drop, dry up, dull, dulled, dwindle, dwindle away, dwindle down, evaporate, excess, exit, expire, fade, faint, fall, fall apart, fall down, fatigability, fat farm, film over, forfeit, forgo, freak, freak out, frighten away, frighten off, give up, glaze over, go, go to pieces, gross out, hemorrhage, humiliation, identity, languish, light, light-headed, lightheaded, lose it, madden, meld, melt, merry-go-round, mortification, no-win situation, obesity diet, pall, pass, pass away, pass out, perish, pine away, plasma, pocket, puncture, rain shadow, reducing diet, retard, retire, risk arbitrage, run out, scare, scare away, scare off, shed blood, slow, slow down, slow up, smart money, snap, stray, sumo, sweat off, swooning, takeover arbitrage, thin, throw overboard, toss-up, totipotency, underdog, undervalue, unman, untune, upset, vaporise, vaporize, waive, wander, wash out, waste, white-out, wilt, withdraw, wither, zonk out

More general:
compete, contend, lay, place, pose, position, put, regress, retrograde, retrogress, set, suffer, vie

Synonyms:
drop off, fall back, fall behind, mislay, misplace, miss, recede

Also try:
— Nouns for lose: coat, weight, method, shift win, conditions, sight, way, conflict, strategy, program, more...

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