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English-German translation for: [lose]
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proverb [You don't have to worry if you have no reputation to lose.]Ist der Ruf erst ruiniert, lebt es sich ganz ungeniert.
to snap [lose self-control suddenly]
ausrasten [fig.]
to quail [lose heart]
verzagen [geh.] [den Mut verlieren]
to forfeit sth. [lose sth. or be deprived of sth. as a penalty for wrongdoing]
etw. verwirken [geh.] [etw. durch eigene Schuld einbüßen]
to droop [lose all energy]
ermatten [geh.] [schlapp werden, matt werden]
to deflate [cause to lose conceitedness]
to despond [archaic] [lose confidence]
verzagen [geh.] [die Zuversicht oder das Selbstvertrauen verlieren]
[to lose everything in a fire]abbrennen [ugs.] [durch einen Brand alles verlieren]
to forlese sth. [obs.] [lose entirely or completely]etw. endgültig verlieren
rout [archaic] [disorderly or tumultuous crowd of people]
Rotte {f} [pej.] [meist ungeordnete, nur eine lose Gemeinschaft bildende Gruppe von Menschen]
games sports gamesmanship [way of increasing one's chances of success against an opponent by making him lose confidence]
[Versuch, durch Verunsicherung des Gegners zu gewinnen, ohne gegen die Regeln zu verstoßen]
routs [archaic] [disorderly or tumultuous crowds of people]
Rotten {pl} [pej.] [meist ungeordnete, nur eine lose Gemeinschaft bildende Gruppen von Menschen]
hort. [dry pine cones to make them lose their seed]Klengen {n}
2 Words: Verbs
to black out [faint, lose consciousness]ohnmächtig werden
med. to black out [faint, lose consciousness]das Bewusstsein verlieren [ohnmächtig werden]
to go off [Am.] [sl.] [to lose self-control]ausrasten
to go spare [Br.] [coll.] [get angry, lose one's temper]wütend werden
to lose ground [idiom] [lose influence]an Einfluss verlieren
med. to pass out [lose consciousness]weg sein [ugs.] [bewusstlos]
to put sb. off [cause sb. to lose interest or enthusiasm]jdm. die Lust nehmen
to thin down [lose weight]abnehmen
2 Words: Nouns
med. diet plan [in order to lose weight]Diätplan {m}
3 Words: Others
by a landslide {adv} [fig.] [win / lose game etc.]erdrutschartig [fig.] [Spiel etc. gewinnen / verlieren]
sports by an eyelash {adv} [win or lose]um Haaresbreite [gewinnen oder verlieren]
3 Words: Verbs
to be cleaned out [coll.] [to lose one's money]bankrott sein
to blow it with sb. [coll.] [to lose sb.'s affection by your own actions]es sichDat. mit jdm. verscherzen
to bust a nut [vulg.] [sl.] [idiom] [lose one's temper]aus der Haut fahren [Redewendung]
idiom to fall out with sb. [lose sb.'s favour]es sichDat. mit jdm. verderben
idiom to get (very) thin [to lose weight]vom Fleisch fallen [ugs.]
to get carried away [fig.] [to lose self-control or forget oneself]sich vergessen [die Selbstkontrolle verlieren, außer sich geraten]
to let oneself go [neglect oneself, also: lose control]sichAkk. gehen lassen [auch: sich gehenlassen] [sich nicht beherrschen]
to lose a page [to lose one's place in, e.g., a book]eine Seite verschlagen
to lose one's temper [to lose patience]die Geduld verlieren
to spring a leak [take or lose water] [can, boat, ship]leck laufen [selten] [mit Wasser volllaufen oder Wasser etc. verlieren] [Behälter, Boot, Schiff]
3 Words: Nouns
RadioTV National Public Radio <NPR>[öffentliches, lose organisiertes Radio-Netzwerk in den USA]
4 Words: Verbs
to get sth. free / loose / out [something stuck, buried etc.]etw.Akk. losbekommen [lose bekommen]
idiom to go off the boil [Br.] [Aus.] [lose interest]das Interesse verlieren
to go on a diet [to lose weight]eine Schlankheitskur machen
to have a short fuse [idiom] [lose one's temper quickly]jähzornig sein
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