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Meanings of "lose" in Spanish English Dictionary : 47 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
lose fracasar [v]
lose perder [v]
Irregular Verb
lose lost - lost [v]
General
lose adelgazar [v]
lose palmar [v]
lose extraviar [v]
lose traspapelar [v]
lose bajar [v]
lose rebajar [v]
lose despistar [v]
lose aborrecer [v] rare
lose aflojar [v]
lose bajar [v]
lose perderse [v]
lose refundir [v]
lose descolocar [v]
lose atrasarse [v]
lose perder [v]
lose abismar [v] DO
lose enfuñarse [v] PR
lose refundir [v] CO
lose refundir [v] PE disused
lose sonar [v] PE BO CL PY AR UY
lose desperdiciar [v]
lose malgastar [v]
lose malograr [v]
lose malbaratar [v]
lose disipar [v]
lose exponer a la pérdida [v]
lose exponer a la ignominia [v]
lose exponer a la ruina [v]
lose declinar [v]
lose tener una pérdida [v]
lose decaer [v]
lose atrasar (un reloj) [v]
Idioms
lose salir descalabrado [v]
lose sonar como arpa vieja [v] CL AR UY
lose sonar como tarro [v] CL
lose tirar pele [v] BO
Colloquial
lose aburrir [v] disused
Law
lose caducar [v]
lose caer [v]
Technical
lose extraviarse [v]
lose quitar [v]
lose hacer perder [v]
lose atrasar [v]
Baseball
lose perder [v]

Meanings of "lose" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 500 result(s)

İngilizce İspanyolca
Common
(mexican slang) to lose strength chupar [v]
lose weight adelgazarse [v]
lose shape deformarse [v]
General
lose heart abandonarse [v]
lose the thread perder el hilo [v]
lose patience perder la paciencia [v]
lose one's way perderse [v]
lose heart sumirse [v]
lose weight perder peso [v]
lose one's balance perder el equilibrio [v]
lose ground perder terreno [v]
lose one's temper perder los estribos [v]
lose one's way extraviarse [v]
lose time atrasar [v]
lose heart flaquear [v]
lose one's memory perder la memoria [v]
lose heart desalentarse [v]
lose heart desanimarse [v]
lose one's life perder la vida [v]
lose flesh descarnarse [v]
lose heart descorazonarse [v]
lose hope desesperarse [v]
lose heart desmayar [v]
lose heart desmoralizarse [v]
lose one's bearings desorientarse [v]
lose one's footing perder pie [v]
lose the ball perder el balón [v]
lose one's mind perder el juicio [v]
lose sight of perder de vista [v]
lose courage desmayar [v]
lose weight adelgazar [v]
cause to lose weight adelgazar [v]
lose weight afeblecerse [v]
lose weight afilarse [v]
lose courage aflaquecerse [v] disused
lose weight aflaquecerse [v] disused
make lose weight aguadar [v] GT
lose weight due to illness ahilarse [v]
make lose vitality ajar [v]
lose one's vitality ajarse [v]
lose one's senses enloquecer [v]
lose one's reason enloquecer [v]
lose one's mind enloquecer [v]
lose one's senses aloquecer [v] disused
lose one's reason aloquecer [v] disused
lose one's mind aloquecer [v] disused
lose it arriscarse [v]
lose one's temper arriscarse [v]
person who tries to make someone lose their job ponchera [f] HN
play where five and six win and one and two lose in dice sencilla [f] HN
lose heart desinflarse [v]
lose moderation desmandarse [v]
lose one's mind trastornarse [v]
lose prestige desprestigiarse [v]
lose one's inhibitions desinhibirse [v]
lose the morale desmoralizarse [v]
lose part of its varnish desconcharse [v]
lose its force pasarse [v]
lose strength flaquear [v]
lose the dye desteñirse [v]
lose heart amilanarse [v]
lose touch desconectarse [v]
lose value depreciarse [v]
lose patience impacientarse [v]
lose heart hundirse [v]
lose one's temper sulfurarse [v]
lose self-control dispararse [v]
lose moderation destemplarse [v]
lose oneself sumirse [v]
lose its paint despintarse [v]
lose a shoe descalzarse [v]
lose one's balance desequilibrarse [v]
lose one's temper destemplarse [v]
lose one's temper enrabiarse [v]
lose one's temper descomponerse [v]
lose an advantage desperdiciar [v]
lose oneself ensimismarse [v]
lose heart deshincharse [v]
lose strength flojear [v]
lose a lot of blood desangrarse [v]
lose a suit sucumbir [v]
lose colour despintarse [v]
lose affection separarse [v]
lose strength debilitarse [v]
lose one's temper encolerizarse [v]
lose its shine deslucirse [v]
make one lose one's patience apurar [v]
lose no time apurar [v]
cause to lose concentration desconcentrar [v]
lose one's good sense desatinar [v]
lose one's horns descacharse [v] CO
lose color desvaír [v]
lose one's mind desvariar [v]
lose one's hair pelarse [v]
lose one's nerve arrugarse [v]
lose cohesion descohesionar [v]
lose control descontrolarse [v]
lose interest desinteresar [v]
lose strength atrofiar [v]
lose strength marchitarse [v]
lose strength decaer [v]
lose face desprestigiarse [v]
lose count perder la cuenta [v]
lose face quedar mal parado [v]
lose respect of others desprestigiarse [v]
lose face perder la cara [v]
lose respect of others quedar mal parado [v]
lose respect of others perder la cara [v]
lose one's mind perder la razón [v]
lose self-control perder la cabeza [v]
lose one's virginity debutar [v]
lose one's virginity perder la virginidad [v]
lose a pursuer deshacerse de [v]
lose a pursuer librarse [v]
lose blood sangrar [v]
lose color decolorarse [v]
lose balance resbalar [v]
lose weight enflaquecerse [v]
lose weight enflaquecerse [v]
lose weight enflacar [v]
lose liquid drenar [v]
lose contact distanciarse [v]
lose face quedar mal [v]
lose consciousness perder el conocimiento [v]
lose count of perder la cuenta de [v]
lose one's nerve echar se atrás [v]
lose one's cool perder la calma [v]
lose one's footing perder el equilibrio [v]
lose one's nerve perder el valor [v]
lose one's place no saber uno dónde estaba [v]
lose one's temper enfadarse [v]
lose one's temper perder la paciencia [v]
lose sight of something/someone perder de vista algo/a alguien [v] fig.
lose track of someone no perder la pista a alguien [v]
lose interest in perder el gusto a [v]
lose interest in perder el interés en [v]
lose heart abatirse [v]
lose heart desfallecer de ánimo [v]
lose touch with reality perder contacto con la realidad [v]
lose altitude perder altitud [v]
lose altitude perder altura [v]
lose control of something perder el control de algo [v]
lose sight of someone perder de vista a alguien [v]
lose sight of something perder de vista algo [v]
lose one's appetite perder el apetito [v]
lose the beat perder el compás [v]
lose consciousness desmayarse [v]
lose control perder el control [v]
lose one's train of thought írsele [v]
lose one's reason perder el juicio [v]
lose one's sanity perder el juicio [v]
lose one's senses perder el juicio [v]
lose one's bearings perder la orientación [v]
lose one's way perder el norte [v]
lose one's head perder el seso [v]
lose one's head perder la cabeza [v]
lose one's job perder el trabajo [v]
lose sleep over something quitarle el sueño [v]
lose sleep over something perder el sueño por algo [v]
lose one's shirt perder hasta la camisa [v]
lose its value perder el valor [v]
lose everything perder hasta la camisa [v]
lose one's head perder la chaveta [v]
lose one's head perder la olla [v]
lose one's bearings perder la brújula [v]
lose one's touch perder la brújula [v]
lose one's sanity perder la cordura [v]
lose one's marbles volverse loco [v]
lose one's composure perder la compostura [v]
lose one's sanity enloquecerse [v]
lose track of the time perder la noción del tiempo [v]
lose one's figure perder la línea [v]
lose one's reason perder la razón [v]
lose one's sanity perder la razón [v]
lose one's shyness perder la vergüenza [v]
lose one's sight perder la vista [v]
lose one's sight perder la visión [v]
lose one's sight quedarse ciego [v]
lose hope of perder las esperanzas de [v]
lose one's temper cabrearse [v]
lose sleep perder sueño [v]
lose points perder puntos [v]
have something to lose tener algo que perder [v]
have a lot to lose tener mucho que perder [v]
lose one's voice quedarse sin voz [v]
lose one's voice tener la voz tomada [v]
lose one’s job quedarse sin empleo [v]
lose one’s job quedarse sin trabajo [v]
lose everything quedarse sin nada [v]
lose one's voice quedarse afónico [v]
lose weight bajar de peso [v]
lose no time in no perder tiempo para [v]
lose money hacer aguas [v]
have nothing to lose no tener nada que perder [v]
lose freshness ahuesarse [v] SCN
lose courage apandorgarse [v]
lose heart aplanarse [v]
lose heart aplastarse [v] SCN
lose weight by riding bicycle bajar kilos a fuerza de pedaleo [v]
lose weight by cycling bajar kilos a fuerza de pedaleo [v]
lose sight of something perder algo de vista [v]
lose the fear of something perder el miedo a algo [v]
lose someone's trust perder la confianza de alguien [v]
lose respect for someone perder el respeto a alguien [v]
lose strength perder gas [v]
lose consciousness perder la conciencia [v]
lose the confidence of someone perder la confianza de alguien [v]
lose faith in something perder la confianza en algo [v]
lose one's voice perder la voz [v]
lose something interesting perderse algo interesante [v]
lose weight (due to illness) demacrar [v]
lose hope estar desesperado [v]
lose one's way errar el camino [v]
lose attention desconcentrarse [v]
lose the clarity desdibujar [v]
lose consciousness sincopizarse [v]
lose one's nerve embromarse [v] LAM
lose one's shyness desencogerse [v]
lose one's post desacomodarse (perder su puesto) [v]
lose all hope desahuciarse [v]
lose enthusiasm desganarse [v]
lose heart achucutarse [v] HN CO
lose intellectual interests due lack of interest achancharse [v] AR UY
lose power due to carburation problems (vehicles) achancharse [v] AR
lose interest in something achantarse [v] CR PR
make lose strength or enthusiasm (someone/something) achatar [v] AR UY
lose strength achucuyarse [v] GT HN CR
lose energy achatarse [v] AR UY
lose strength (hair) achilarse [v] CO
lose the spirit or the desire to do something achicopalarse [v] MX GT CR CO NI rare
make someone lose the spirit achicopalar [v] MX CR CO
lose firmness in supporting the policy of the cuban revolutionary government aflojar [v] CU
lose shine (hair) achilarse [v] CO
lose vigor and freshness (plant) achilarse [v] CO
lose the necessary consistency due to excess of water (food) achirlarse [v] UY
lose vigor (plants/hair) achirlarse [v] CO
lose enthusiasm achatarse [v] AR UY
lose vigor achucuyarse [v] GT HN CR
make someone lose his senses due to blows to the head achocar [v] DO PR
lose heart achongarse [v] HN PR
lose deliberately alcanforarse [v] HN
lose heart desmoronarse [v]
lose heart decaer [v]
lose one’s marbles trambucarse [v] CO VE
lose enthusiasm for something achantarse [v] CR PR
lose inhibitions apiolar [v] AR UY
lose interest in all things abatatar [v] PR
lose serenity in an adverse situation atufarse [v] EC BO UY
lose strength perder fuelle [v]
lose time balconear [v] UY
lose courage aguarse [v] MX DO VE
a young animal) to lose its mother aguacharse [v] AR rur.
lose one's interest aguarse [v] HN SV NI CR DO VE
lose heart achucutarse [v] GT HN CR
lose something botar [v] PA CU DO PR CO VE EC
lose control botarse [v] CU
lose freshness apachangarse [v] AR
cause someone to lose notoriety and fame apagar [v] PR
lose notoriety and fame apagarse [v] PR
lose rigidness amelcocharse [v] PR
lose the edge (cutting instrument) amellarse [v] HN NI CR PA CU VE
lose the crease in a pair of pants abombillar [v] CL
(for a vehicle's wheel) to lose pressure bajar [v] MX EC
lose sleepiness/drowsiness/lethargy desamodorrarse [v]
(billiards) lose one's turn and points by hitting or potting the cue ball into one of the pockets ahogarse [v] MX
lose one's prestige ahuesarse [v] PE
lose part of it's value desmonetizarse [v] PY AR UY rare
lose part of a finger nail due to a blow desmontarse [v] PA
make someone lose their better judgment dementizar [v] MX rare
lose a superior's confidence (employee) descuadrar [v] PR
make someone lose the opportunity to compete/participate in something descualificar (inglés disqualify) [v] DO PR
lose something due to carelessness derramar [v] BO
lose one's inhibitions desparpajarse [v] MX
lose the step when marching despasar [v] PR
lose a superior's trust (employee) descuadrar [v] PR
lose a tooth desdientar [v] HN NI CR DO
lose one's inhibitions deschongarse [v] MX
lose one's horns (animal) descacharse [v] HN NI CR CL rur.
lose one's impetus descomillarse [v] HN rur.
lose one's motivation desestimularse [v] NI CU
lose some parts/pieces required to fully assemble something desacabalar [v] MX
lose the handle (referring to a tool) desencabarse [v] CO
lose part of the covering (surface) descarapelarse [v] MX CR CO
lose part of the skin on a finger due to a blow desmontarse [v] PA
lose value (currency) desbarrancar [v] PE BO
make someone lose the support they hoped to have desfondar [v] CL
lose the brakes (vehicle) desenfrenarse [v] HN
lose fur (particularly referring to a dog) despelechar [v] BO PY AR UY
lose one's love for someone (particularly parents/child) desamorizarse [v] CR disused rur.
lose one's love for someone (particularly parents/child) desamorizarse [v] NI rur.
lose one's drive desestimularse [v] NI CU
make someone lose the security they thought they had desfondar [v] CL
lose one/more teeth desbichinarse [v] HN
lose one's inhibitions desgorrarse [v] HN teen
lose part of the lining (surface) descarapelarse [v] MX CR CO
lose an ice covering due to an increase in temperature deshielarse [v] DO EC PE BO CL
cause oneself to lose a privilege deslecharse [v] PR
lose control deschongarse [v] MX
lose one's inhibitions deschongarse [v] HN
lose one's momentum descomillarse [v] HN rur.
lose heart desguabinar [v] DO
lose control of a vehicle, swerving sideways culatearse [v] PE
lose one's prestige, good taste, or quality (person) charralearse [v] CR
make someone or something lose their status or quality chacrear [v] CL
lose their status or quality (person or thing) chacrearse [v] CL
make someone lose their concentration ciscar [v] MX
lose its original color (clothes) curtirse [v] HN SV NI DO CO
partially lose one's reason chapalearse [v] SV
lose weight due to age or illness chuparse [v] GT CU EC:C CL
lose strength chorrearse [v] PE BO
lose faith chucuyarse [v] HN
lose weight entecarse [v] VE
lose a document among many papers entrepapelar [v] BO
lose a crop fracasar [v] HN rur.
lose something momentarily envolatar [v] CO
lose their good physical condition and custom for work after having spent a lot of time without activity (horse) enzacatarse [v] CR
lose one's voice desgalillarse [v] HN SV NI CR PA DO PR
lose out on something farrearse [v] CL
lose all of one's money escotar [v] PR
lose a bet escrachar [v] PR
lose weight due to illness escurrirse [v] GT NI CR EC
lose one's mind estortillarse [v] PR
lose a privilege eslecharse [v] PR
lose one's good sense and prudence esloquillarse [v] PR
lose weight due to lack of food estrasijarse [v] PR
lose oneself espacearse [v] PR
lose weight espicharse [v] MX
annoy, cause anger, or make someone lose their patience ajorar [v] DO PR
lose quality funar [v] CL
lose too much weight due to bad habits consumirse [v] PE
lose oneself in ingrirse [v] SV
lose skill or dexterity due to lack of practice or training herrumbrarse [v] CR PY
lose an opportunity hulear [v] SV
lose a lot of weight jalarse [v] DO PR
lose one's way desperdigarse [v] VE
make lose essential features or characteristics desperfilar [v] CL cult
lose it's petals despetalar [v] EC cult
lose the tip of one's beak in a cockfight despicarse [v] CU PR CO VE AR UY
make an opponent lose the tip of it's beak in a cockfight despicar [v] CU CO VE AR UY
lose prestige despintarse [v] PE BO
lose importance despintarse [v] PE
lose one's senses destarabillarse [v] PR
lose faith destemplarse [v] NI CU
lose one's way destorrentarse [v] MX
lose one's senses desvirolarse [v] CR disused
lose one's sense of reason loquearse [v] PE BO:W PY
lose one's mind loquearse [v] PE BO:W PY
lose one's temper empantalonarse [v] PR
lose one's temper emponzoñarse [v] DO PR
lose one's temper encachimbarse [v] GT HN SV NI CR
lose one's temper encachimblarse [v] SV
lose one's temper encalabrinarse [v] CU
lose one's temper encaribarse [v] DO
lose one's temper enchicharse [v] NI DO CO
lose one's temper enchilarse [v] MX HN PR
lose one's temper enchincharse [v] GT SV
lose one's temper enchismarse [v] PR
lose one's temper enchivarse [v] PR CO EC AR UY
lose one's temper encohetarse [v] CR disused rur.
lose one's temper encolerarse [v] PR
lose one's temper enculillarse [v] DO
lose one's temper energumenarse [v] CL rare
lose one's temper enfletarse [v] NI
lose one's temper enfogonarse [v] DO PR
lose one's temper enforforar [v] DO
lose one's temper enfullinarse [v] MX rare
lose one's temper enfuncharse [v] CU PR
lose one's temper enfuñarse [v] DO PR
lose one's temper enfurfurarse [v] DO
lose one's temper engarruñarse [v] HN
lose one's temper engorilarse [v] MX CU VE EC PE
lose one's temper engrifarse [v] MX HN NI CU EC
lose one's temper engrincharse [v] VE
lose one's temper enjetarse [v] MX GT DO BO
lose one's temper enroncharse [v] CL
lose one's temper enroñarse [v] PR
lose one's temper ensuicharse (inglés switch) [v] HN:N
lose one's credit embarrarse [v] EC BO
lose heart empapelonarse [v] VE
lose it empantalonarse [v] PR
lose it emponzoñarse [v] DO PR
lose it encachimbarse [v] GT HN SV NI CR
lose it encachimblarse [v] SV
lose it encalabrinarse [v] CU
lose it encaribarse [v] DO
lose it enchicharse [v] NI DO CO
lose it enchilarse [v] MX HN PR
lose it enchincharse [v] GT SV
lose it enchismarse [v] PR
lose it enchivarse [v] PR CO EC AR UY
lose it encohetarse [v] CR disused rur.
lose it encolerarse [v] PR
lose it enculillarse [v] DO
lose it energumenarse [v] CL rare
lose it enfletarse [v] NI
lose it enfogonarse [v] DO PR
lose it enforforar [v] DO
lose it enfullinarse [v] MX rare
lose it enfuncharse [v] CU PR
lose it enfuñarse [v] DO PR
lose it enfurfurarse [v] DO
lose it engarruñarse [v] HN
lose it engorilarse [v] MX CU VE EC PE
lose it engrifarse [v] MX HN NI CU EC
lose it engrincharse [v] VE
lose it enjetarse [v] MX GT DO BO
lose it enroncharse [v] CL
lose it enroñarse [v] PR
lose it ensuicharse (inglés switch) [v] HN:N
lose all interest in desraizar [v] HN NI
lose experience from lack of practice empolvarse [v] MX rare
lose flexibility or softness engarrancharse [v] HN
lose heart destemplarse [v] NI CU
lose one's mind destarabillarse [v] PR
lose one's mind desvirolarse [v] CR disused
lose one's reputation embarrarse [v] EC BO
lose one's way encalavernarse [v] PE:N
lose one's way enchucharse [v] PR
lose one's senses loquearse [v] PE BO:W PY
lose color empercudirse [v] CU
lose flexibility encarrancharse [v] HN
lose weight mirlarse [v] PR
lose strength ñangotar [v] DO PR
lose one's baby teeth mudar [v] MX NI PA CU PR CO
lose a drug shipment naufragar [v] NI drug
lose one's sense of direction nortearse [v] GT
lose strength mirlarse [v] PR
lose color payulear [v] SV
lose all one's money pelarse [v] PA PR
lose heart picharse (inglés pitch) [v] PY
lose one's mind piantarse (italiano) [v] AR UY
lose one's mind pirarse [v] AR UY
make lose heart pichar (inglés pitch) [v] PY
lose one's mind rayarse [v] CR CL BO AR UY EC
lose one's mind rechiflarse [v] CL AR UY
lose relevance quemarse [v] CU
lose one's temper privar [v] VE
lose consistency ralearse [v] BO:W
make something lose quality puretear [v] CR
lose quality puretearse [v] CR
lose heart resfriarse [v] SV
lose heart rocharse (inglés rush) [v] PR
lose heart rochearse [v] PR
lose ground requedarse [v] PR
lose interest resfriarse [v] SV
lose interest rocharse (inglés rush) [v] PR
lose interest rochearse [v] PR
lose faith resfriarse [v] SV
lose faith rocharse (inglés rush) [v] PR
lose faith rochearse [v] PR
lose control tupirse [v] SV
lose one's patience sofocarse [v] HN SV
lose hope voladearse [v] SV teen
lose a lot of blood vaciarse [v] MX HN
lose flexibility vencerse [v] MX GT HN BO CL
lose elasticity vencerse [v] MX GT HN BO CL
lose it trabarse [v] HN
lose one's job volarse [v] HN
process by which one attempts to convince another to lose their inhibitions of sexual topics descartuchamiento [m] CL
process of helping someone lose their inhibitions/ignorance of sexual topics descartuche [m] CL
dice game in which the same black figures win and the red or the combination of red and black lose chingolingo [m] MX GT HN SV
hard punch to the gut that makes someone lose their breath corte (inglés) [m] BO
hard punch to the gut that makes someone lose their breath corto [m] BO
fighter cock prepared to lose in the fight pacú [m] PR
fighter cock prepared to lose in the fight juanete [m] PR
fighter cock trained to lose pacú [m] PR
person who tries to make someone lose their job ponchero [m] HN
politician that makes his/her team lose votes piantavotos [m/f] AR
lose foothold in stirrups perder los estribos [loc/v]
lose an opportunity pasársele el asado [loc/v] AR
distemper in falcons which makes them lose their feathers hamez [f]
lose courage achucutarse [v] HN CO
lose one's temper afarolarse [v]
lose courage afeminarse [v]
lose the thread of a speech atascarse [v]
lose courage aflojarse [v]
lose courage acobardarse [v]
lose the thread in conversation atragantarse [v]
lose time (watch) atrasarse [v]
lose one's presence of mind aturrullarse [v]
lose courage apabilarse [v]
lose love/affection desenamorarse [v]
lose self-control desencadenarse [v]
lose one's way desencaminarse [v]
lose an affection for anything desencarnar [v] fig.
cause to lose caste desencastar [v]
lose one's wits chiflarse [v]
lose hope desesperanzarse [v]
lose hope desesperar [v]
lose one's situation caer [v]
lose the flower desflorecer [v]
lose interest desganarse [v]
lose the appetite desganarse [v]
lose strength and vigor desgastarse [v]
lose one's former perfection desgraciarse [v]
lose magnetism desimantar [v]
lose interest in something desinteresarse [v]
lose self-control desmandarse [v]
lose self-control desmedirse [v]
lose one's memory desmemoriarse [v]