They lose their job.
Will I lose my home?'"
We both feared that he would lose interest in school.
If she could lose me, I’m sure she could lose a lot of other voters, men and women alike.
I don’t want them to lose a grandma.
“When you lose two, it’s another thing.
They may lose their health care coverage.
"That's the reason why this is one that we cannot just lose.
They can lose and lose and lose.
If you fast three days per week, Heilbronn says you could lose 13 to 18 pounds.
"I think the ECB is in a lose, lose, lose situation."
It's a lose-lose situation, as consumers become disgruntled and banks lose business.
But again, in politics, it’s all about winning and losing and all about if you lose, how you lose, if you win, how you win.
'And you’re never too good to lose, you’re never too big to lose, you’re never too smart to lose, it happens.
"I feel that Alireza Karimi's trainer intentionally shouted 'Alireza lose', 'you need to lose', 'you must lose'.
It might sound strange, but part of what makes a professional gambler is an ability to lose and lose and lose without going bonkers.
Boos and bust Tony Blair The recent electoral history of the Labour Party, as certain factions never miss an opportunity to remind us, goes: lose, lose, lose, Blair, Blair, Blair, lose, lose, lose, lose.
"This would be a disaster - many communities would lose vital cultural resources, staff would lose jobs, volunteers would lose opportunities, collections would be put at risk and many local tourist economies would suffer a serious negative impact well beyond the current crisis."
"The reality is we are playing these matches for big things so when you lose a match in the Premier League, you lose three points, if today we lose then we are out of the Europa League so it's difficult to manage both things at the same time," Mourinho said after the match on Thursday night.
Unfortunately it’s still business as usual in Tasmania, a terrible lose-lose scenario – taxpayers foot the bill for increasingly uneconomic forestry operations, and diverse forest landscapes worth untold millions of dollars for their water, carbon and tourism values lose value as they are industrialised.
- fail to keep or to maintain; cease to have, either physically or in an abstract sense
- fail to win
- suffer the loss of a person through death or removal
- miss from one's possessions; lose sight of
- allow to go out of sight or mind
- fail to make money in a business; make a loss or fail to profit
- fail to get or obtain
- fail to perceive or to catch with the senses or the mind
- withdraw, as from reality
- be set at a disadvantage
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Unfortunately its still business as usual in Tasmania a terrible lose-lose scenario – taxpayers foot the bill for increasingly uneconomic forestry operations and diverse forest landscapes worth untold millions of dollars for their water carbon and tourism values lose value as they are industrialised