Definitions for LOSERˈlu zər
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a person or group that loses.
a person who has failed significantly at something: one that disappoints.
a loser at marriage.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Status (usage)
Ref: misfit (def. 3). 3
Origin of loser:
a contestant who loses the contest
failure, loser, nonstarter, unsuccessful person(noun)
a person with a record of failing; someone who loses consistently
a gambler who loses a bet
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
the loser of the game
sb who is unpopular and is considered unlikely to be good at anything
He's such a loser.
sb or sth who is affected negatively
The losers are those who had to pay to upgrade their system.
A person who fails to win.
In a two-horse race there is always one winner and one loser.
Someone who loses in a specified manner.
He was always a good loser.
Someone with bad luck or poor skills who consistently loses.
Iu2019m a constant loser in love.
Something of poor quality.
That dictionary is a loser!
A person of unhappy circumstances.
That guy is a born loser!
A contemptible or unfashionable person.
That person is a loser!
Someone that has lost weight. (a recent term, originally from Kelloggs, but now has come from NBC show "The Biggest Loser")
She is such a loser, she lost 15 kilos!
one who loses
"Loser" is a song by the American alternative rock singer Beck. It was written by Beck and record producer Carl Stephenson, who both produced the song with Tom Rothrock. "Loser" was initially released as Beck's second single by independent record label Bong Load Custom Records on 12" vinyl format with catalogue number BL5 on March 8, 1993. When it was first released independently, "Loser" began receiving airplay on various modern rock stations, and the song's popularity eventually led to a major-label record deal with Geffen Records-subsidiary DGC Records. After the song's re-release under DGC, the song peaked at #10 on the United States Billboard Hot 100 in April 1994, becoming Beck's first single to hit a major chart. The song was subsequently released on the 1994 album Mellow Gold.
The New Hacker's Dictionary
An unexpectedly bad situation, program, programmer, or person. Someone who habitually loses. (Even winners can lose occasionally.) Someone who knows not and knows not that he knows not. Emphatic forms are real loser, total loser, and complete loser (but not **moby loser, which would be a contradiction in terms). See luser.
Translations for LOSER
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a person who loses
The losers congratulated the winners.
- човек, който губиBulgarian
- perdedorPortuguese (BR)
- poražený, -áCzech
- der VerliererGerman
- χαμένος, ηττημένοςGreek
- हानि भुगतने वालाHindi
- orang kalahIndonesian
- sá sem taparIcelandic
- perdente, sconfittoItalian
- zaudētājs; paspēlētājsLatvian
- orang yang kalahMalay
- (człowiek) pobity/zwyciężonyPolish
- ،ناكام بازندهPersian
- ماتى خوړونكى، بريا نه موندونكىPashto
- învins; cel care pierdeRomanian
- porazený, -áSlovak
- mağlup/kaybeden kimseTurkish
- 輸家Chinese (Trad.)
- شکست کھانے والاUrdu
- kẻ thất bạiVietnamese
- 输者Chinese (Simp.)
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