Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Loose"

The meaning of "Loose" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does loose mean?
A: the opposite of tight. "the knot was loose, so I had to tie it tighter." the word "lose" with 1 "o" means to not have what you had already owned, and is another form of "lost". "loose" and "lose" are often confused due to spelling and pronunciation.
Q: What does loose mean?
A: Something that is not securely attached. e.g. my tooth is loose, I'm worried it might fall out. e.g. her hair was loosely tied. It can also mean large clothes that are not tight on the body. e.g. she was wearing a loose fitting shirt. 'Loose' can also be slang to mean a woman who flirts or sleeps with a lot of men. It isn't used very often now though.
Q: What does loose mean?
A: Loose is the opposite of tight. Loose can also mean your not a responsable person. "He is too loose with his money, soon he will be broke!"
Q: What does loose mean?
A: It means that it is not tight. For example if you tie a knot loosely it can unravel. Or you can wear loose fitting clothes like sweat pants.
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Example sentences using "Loose"

Q: Please show me example sentences with loose.
A: I prefer loose clothing. We let the bird loose. My tooth is loose. I can't get the knot loose. He let the dog loose in the yard. That person must have a screw loose. She cut loose at the party. There were many loose papers on the desk.
Q: Please show me example sentences with loose.
A: Supercilious individuals usually carry loose convictions paired with multifarious nuanced behaviors.
Q: Please show me example sentences with on the loose.
A: There is an escaped convict on the loose.
Q: Please show me example sentences with loose.
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Q: Please show me example sentences with loose.
A: if your pants are too big, they are loose. if your dog ran away, you could say "my dog got loose."

Synonyms of "Loose" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between to loose and to lose ?
A: loose means to not be there very well the rope was loosely tyed to my finger.
Q: What is the difference between loose and baggy ?
A: Both of them are similar. Loose - when something is a bit bigger (like loose pants) and baggy is when something is also bigger (like a baggy hoodie - which would be called oversized)
Q: What is the difference between loose and drop and put down ?
A: Loose = not tight I have a loose tooth. Lose = to misplace I lost my key somewhere. Drop = unintentional I dropped my phone on the floor. Put down = intentional I put down my phone on the table.
Q: What is the difference between loose and lose ?
A: Lose: when you don't win "You will lose this game" "You lost this game" Loose: it's not tight "The screw is loose" " it's too loose"
Q: What is the difference between loose and miss and I don't wanna loose you, I don't wanna miss you (?) ?
A: aaaaah yes! I guess you can think of it as "lose" something/someone is usually permanent but missing something/someone is temporary? e.g. when you miss your train, you know another one will come soon so it's temporary. When you lose a friend it's generally permanent. this can help make them easier to distinguish but with practice you will know which one to say!!!

Translations of "Loose"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? loose
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 1. loose 2.lose
A: I tried to say them slow so you can hear the small difference.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 1. loose 2.lose
A: Loose, lose. "That screw is loose" "Did you win or lose the game?"

Other questions about "Loose"

Q: I'm so excited that I'm loosing it. does this sound natural?
A: I’m so excited that I’m losing it! Or if you want to be specific, you can change it and say: “I’m so excited I’m losing my mind!”
Q: loose does this sound natural?
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