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Lose Meaning in Malay

Lose Meaning in Malay – kalah, mengalami kerugian

Verb.

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Lose meaning in Malay

kalah, mengalami kerugian

 Definition:

  • be deprived of or cease to have or retain (something).
  • become unable to find (something or someone)..

Lose Synonyms :

dawdle, forfeit, draw, sink, miss out on, mislay, slattern, balk, collapse, squander, perish, down, stray.

Lose in a Sentence :

  • I don’t want to lose again.
  • Do you want to lose the game?
  • In fact, no one want to lose in his life.
  • But many people lose in achieving their goal.
  • Everyone should try heart and soul to achieve his goal lest he should lose his target.
  • Lose an hour in the morning, and you’ll be all day hunting for it. 
  • Pains to get, care to keep, fear to lose
  • After he got fired, they were afraid they would lose their home.
  • The overweight woman is trying to lose weight but can’t seem to get rid of it.
  • A Chinese proverb advises, count not what is lost but what is left.
  • This show is about how to lose weight within a few day.
  • During a race, horses often lose 15-20 pounds of body weight.
  • If you win or lose, let it be on purpose.
  • Fifty men were lost when the ship sank.
  • Lose an hour in the morning, and you’ll spend all day looking for it. 
  • I won’t lose you again.
  • I have nothing to lose in this situation.
  •  If you are on a quest to lose weight and stay in shape, let us introduce you to a potent weight loss drink– a steaming hot cup of garlic tea.
  • He didn’t lose at battle.
  • I think her biggest fear was that she’d lose him.
  • He did not want to lose the battle but lost.
  • Paul lost his driver’s license for a year for driving while drunk.
  • I always lose.
  • Either win the horse or lose the saddle. 
  • You have nothing to lose here.
  • I don’t want to lose it anymore.
  • To lose a friend is the greatest of all loses. 
  • A Basque proverb suggests that there is never trust without loss.
  • Better lose the saddle than the horse. 

Lose Meaning in Malay and in Recognized sources

Lose in Cambridge dictionaryWikipedia