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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of losing someone or something.
  2. The disadvantage that results from losing something.
  3. The experience of losing a loved one.
  4. Euphemistic expressions for death.
  5. Military personnel lost by death or capture.
  6. The amount by which the cost of a business exceeds its revenue.
  7. Something that is lost.
  8. Gradual decline in amount or activity.
Part of Speech(名) noun
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损失sǔnshīloss; damage; to lose; to suffer damage
丧失sàngshīto lose; to forfeit
遗失yíshīto lose; lost
shūto lose; to transport; to donate; to enter (a password)
减少jiǎnshǎoto lessen; to decrease; to reduce; to lower
浪费làngfèito waste; to squander
损失物sǔnshī wùloser
shéloss; to lose (e.g., money in trade)
灭失mièshīloss (of something through natural disaster, theft etc) (law)
赔本péiběnloss; to sustain losses
亏损kuīsǔndeficit; (financial) loss
失落shīluòto lose (something); to drop (something); to feel a sense of loss; frustrated; disappointment; loss
损伤sǔnshāngto harm; to damage; to injure; impairment; loss; disability
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