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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Not caught with the senses or the mind.
  2. Unable to function; without help.
  3. No longer in your possession or control; unable to be found or recovered.
  4. Spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed.
  5. Not gained or won.
  6. Having lost your bearings; confused as to time or place or personal identity.
  7. Perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment.
  8. Incapable of being recovered or regained.
  9. Deeply absorbed in thought.
(名) As a noun
  1. People who are destined to die soon.
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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diūto lose; to put aside; to throw
shūto lose; to transport; to donate; to enter (a password)
shéloss; to lose (e.g., money in trade)
去向不明qùxiàng bùmíngmissing; lost
失传shīchuán(of skills etc) to die out; lost; extinct
散失sànshīto squander; lost
减掉jiǎndiàoto subtract; to lose (weight)
迷航míhángoff course; lost (of ship or plane); having lost one's way
wángto die; to lose; to be gone; to flee; deceased
丢失diūshīto lose; lost
迷路mílùto lose the way; lost; labyrinth; labyrinthus vestibularis (of the inner ear)
sǔnto decrease; to lose; to damage; to harm; (coll.) to speak sarcastically; to deride; caustic; mean; one of the 64 trigrams of the Book of Changes (old)
失败shībàito be defeated; to lose; to fail (e.g. experiments); failure; defeat
沉陷chénxiànsubsidence; caving in; fig. stranded; lost (in contemplation, daydreams etc)
走失zǒushīlost; missing; to lose (somebody in one's charge); to get lost; to wander away; to lose (flavor, freshness, shape, hair, one's good looks etc); to lose meaning (in translation)
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