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Old Norse lauss

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Infinitive
to Loose

Third person singular
Looses

Simple past
loosed

Past participle
loosed

Present participle
loosing

to Loose (third-person singular simple present Looses, present participle loosing, simple past and past participle loosed)
  1. (transitive) To let loose, to free from restraints.
  2. (transitive) To unfasten, to loosen.
  3. (transitive) To make less tight, to loosen.
  4. (intransitive) Of a grip or hold, to let go.
  5. Patrono:Archery to shoot (an arrow)
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Loose (comparative looser, superlative loosest)
  1. Not fixed in place tightly or firmly
    This wheelbarrow has a loose wheel
  2. Not held or packaged together
    You can buy apples in a pack, but they are cheaper loose
  3. Not bound or tethered or leashed
    The dog is loose again
  4. Not fitting closely
    I wear loose clothes when it is hot
  5. Not compact
    It is difficult walking on loose gravel
  6. relaxed
    She danced with a loose flowing movement
  7. indiscreet
    Loose talk costs lives
  8. (dated) promiscuous
    She is a loose woman
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Loose

  1. Patrono:Archery begin shooting; release your arrows
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  • (archery: begin shooting): fast
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Infinitive
to loose

Third person singular
looses

Simple past
lost

Past participle
lost

Present participle
loosing

to loose (third-person singular simple present looses, present participle loosing, simple past and past participle lost)
  1. Patrono:Misspelling of
    I'm going to loose this game.
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ar:loose et:loose fa:loose fr:loose ko:loose io:loose it:loose kn:loose sw:loose ku:loose hu:loose ml:loose nl:loose pt:loose ru:loose simple:loose fi:loose sv:loose ta:loose te:loose th:loose tr:loose vi:loose zh:loose

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