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to lose one's identity vermassen [in der Masse aufgehen]
to lose one's inhibitions alle (seine) Hemmungen verlieren
to lose one's jobseine Stelle verlieren
to lose one's jobseinen Arbeitsplatz verlieren
to lose one's licence [Br.] den Führerschein verlieren
to lose one's life ums Leben kommen
to lose one's life umkommen
to lose one's life sein Leben lassen
to lose one's life sein Leben verlieren
to lose one's life sein Leben einbüßen
to lose one's lunch [Am.] [sl.] kotzen [ugs.]
to lose one's marbles [coll.] [idiom] den Verstand verlieren [Redewendung]
to lose one's mind [coll.] [idiom]den Verstand verlieren [Redewendung]
to lose one's mind [idiom] verrückt werden [ugs.] [den Verstand verlieren]
to lose one's nerve die Nerven verlieren [die Schneid verlieren]
to lose one's nerve [courage] den Mut verlieren
to lose one's nerves [idiom]die Nerven verlieren [Redewendung]
to lose one's objectivity unsachlich werden
to lose one's patience aus der Haut fahren [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to lose one's place [in the script] die Stelle verlieren [Zeile im Manuskript]
to lose one's poise die Fassung verlieren
to lose one's position seine Stelle verlieren
to lose one's rag [Br.] [idiom] die Beherrschung verlieren
to lose one's rag [Br.] [idiom]die Nerven verlieren [Redewendung]
to lose one's rag [Br.] [idiom] ausrasten [ugs.]
to lose one's reason den Verstand verlieren
to lose one's sanity den Verstand verlieren
to lose one's self-controlnicht mehr Herr seiner selbst sein [Redewendung]
to lose one's self-controldie Fassung verlieren [Beherrschung verlieren]
to lose one's self-control die Selbstbeherrschung verlieren
to lose one's senses den Verstand verlieren
to lose one's shirt [coll.] sein letztes Hemd verlieren
to lose one's shirt [fig.] alles verlieren
to lose one's shit [idiom] [vulg.] die Fassung verlieren [Redewendung]
to lose one's sightdas Augenlicht verlieren [geh.]
to lose one's temperwütend werden
to lose one's temper die Beherrschung verlieren
to lose one's temper die Fassung verlieren (vor Wut)
to lose one's temper außer sich geraten
to lose one's temper [idiom] in Zorn geraten
to lose one's temper [to lose patience] die Geduld verlieren
to lose one's tonguedie Stimme verlieren
to lose one's touch nachlassen [Arbeit, Fähigkeiten]
to lose one's train of thoughtaus dem Konzept geraten
to lose one's train of thought [idiom]den Faden verlieren [Redewendung]
to lose one's virginity seine Unschuld verlieren
to lose one's virginityseine Jungfräulichkeit verlieren
to lose one's vision erblinden
to lose one's voice seine Stimme verlieren
to lose one's way vom Weg abkommen
to lose one's way [idiom] [become lost while driving] sich [Akk.] verfahren [vom richtigen Weg abkommen und in die falsche Richtung fahren]
to lose one's way [idiom] [become lost while flying] sich [Akk.] verfliegen [Pilot]
to lose one's way [idiom] [become lost]sich [Akk.] verirren
to lose one's way [idiom] [become lost] sich [Akk.] verfranzen [ugs.] [sich verirren]
to lose one's way [idiom] [become lost]irregehen [geh.] [sich verirren]
to lose one's way on horsebacksich [Akk.] verreiten
to lose (one's) face [idiom] sein Gesicht verlieren [Redewendung]
to lose (one's) face [idiom] sich [Dat.] einen Zacken aus der Krone brechen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to lose oneselfsich verlieren
to lose oneself in one's work in seiner Arbeit aufgehen
to lose oneself in sth. [fig.] [in book, game, work, etc.] sich [Akk.] in etw. [Akk.] versenken [fig.] [in Buch, Spiel, Arbeit etc.]
to lose oneself in the contemplation of sth. sich in den Anblick von etw. [Dat.] versenken
to lose oneself in thoughtsich [Akk.] in Gedanken verlieren
to lose out on sth. [coll.] bei etw. [Dat.] schlecht wegkommen [ugs.]
to lose out on sth. [opportunity, chance, etc.]etw. versäumen [Möglichkeit, Chance, etc.]
to lose out to sb. gegenüber jdm. den Kürzeren ziehen
to lose out to sb.gegenüber jdm. den Kürzern ziehen [poet.]
to lose out to sb. [coll.]gegenüber jdm. den kürzeren ziehen [alt]
to lose patience die Geduld verlieren
to lose perspective das Gesamtbild aus dem Auge verlieren
to lose points Punkte verlieren
to lose sb. [coll.] [to shake off a pursuer]jdn. abhängen [ugs.] [abschütteln]
to lose sb. [get rid of] jdn. abhängen [Verfolger]
to lose sb. sth. [job, friendship] jdn. etw. kosten [Job, Freundschaft]
to lose sb. the job jdn. den Job kosten [ugs.]
to lose sb. to cancerjdn. an (den) Krebs verlieren
to lose sb. to suicidejdn. durch Selbstmord verlieren
to lose sb./sth. to an accident [a relative, a leg, one's life, etc.] jdn./etw. durch einen Unfall verlieren [einen Angehörigen, ein Bein, sein Leben etc.]
to lose sb.'s trustdas Vertrauen von jdm. verlieren
to lose sb.'s trustjds. Vertrauen verlieren
to lose scentdie Spur verlieren
to lose shapesich verziehen
to lose sight in one eye sein Augenlicht auf einem Auge verlieren
to lose sight in one eyesein Sehvermögen auf einem Auge verlieren
to lose sight of sb./sth. jdn./etw. aus dem Gesicht verlieren
to lose sight of sb./sth. [idiom] jdn./etw. aus den Augen verlieren
to lose sight of the big picture [idiom] den Gesamtzusammenhang aus den Augen verlieren
to lose sight of the facteine Tatsache übersehen
to lose sleep over sth. [coll.] [idiom]sich [Dat.] wegen etw. [Gen., auch Dat.] graue Haare wachsen lassen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to lose steam [fig.] an Schwung verlieren [fig.] [ugs.]
to lose steam [fig.] an Fahrt verlieren [fig.] [ugs.]
to lose steam [fig.]an Kraft verlieren [fig.] [ugs.]
to lose sth.etw. [Akk.] verschlampen [ugs.]
to lose sth. etw. [Akk.] verschusseln [ugs.] [verlieren, verlegen]
to lose sth. etw. [Gen.] verlustig gehen
to lose sth.etw. [Akk.] anbauen [österr.] [ugs.] [verlieren]
to lose sth. etw. [Akk.] verschlunzen [regional] [verlegen, verschlampen]
to lose sth. [as a result of reckless behavior] sich [Dat.] etw. [Akk.] verscherzen
to lose sth. [by misplacing]etw. [Akk.] versieben [ugs.] [verlegen]
to lose sth. [e.g. game, match] etw. [Akk.] vergeigen [ugs.] [z. B. Spiel, Wettkampf]
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