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2 Translation results for lost in Spanish

adjective | verb

lost adjective

unfavorite favorite play sound

Example sentences of
lost adjective

  • He was looking for his lost keys.
  • Many have tried to find the ruins of the lost city.
  • We took a wrong turn and got lost.
  • Hold my hand. I don't want you to get lost.
  • He has been trying to recapture his lost youth.
  • The original music is lost to us forever.

lose verb

unfavorite favorite play sound
lost, has lost, is losing, loses
perder; deshacerse; atrasarse; costar, hacer perder

Example sentences of
lose verb

  • Don't lose your keys.
  • She's always losing her gloves.
  • Hold my hand: I don't want to lose you.
  • We lost the game by a score of 4-2.
  • He lost his title in the rematch.
  • The team lost three games but won the next four.
  • The team lost in the finals.
  • an athlete known for losing with grace
  • He hates to lose when money is involved.
  • How could she play that well and still lose?
  • The country lost its independence 50 years ago.

Synonyms of
lose verb

¿Sabías esto?
  • Tenga en cuenta que la forma en el pasado es lost. No confundir con loose.

Detailed synonyms for lose verb

See: Misplace

Related phrases for lost

Reverse translation for lost

perdido  - lost, inveterate, incorrigible, in trouble, done for 
perder  - to lose, to lose, to miss, to waste (time) 
deshacerse  - to fall apart, to come undone 
atrasarse  - to fall behind 
costar  - to cost 
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