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

The meaning of "Loser" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "back a loser" mean ? for example : No one wants to back a loser. mean?
A: @senator20220 I cannot think of any other meaning it would have. I would not consider "back a loser" a proverb, either. Proverbs are older phrases and usually come from folk tales that teach a lesson. Like "Two wrongs don't make a right" or "The pen is mightier than the sword."
Q: What does How could the loser ever win? mean?
A: sabi paano mananalo kung parati naman natatalo or hindii naman nagwawagi..
Q: What does So you're going to turn loser on me? mean?
A: Ah, I see. It's not a grammatically correct sentence, but in other words she is saying "So now you're going to act like a loser?" By the way, that was slang that I don't hear that much at all, so it shouldn't worry you at all. Hope this helps! :)
Q: What does sore loser. mean?
A: Someone who reacts with jealousy or arrogance when they lose a game or a competition. Instead of being a 'good sport' (reacting to losing with humility and acceptance).

Synonyms of "Loser" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between looser and loser ?
A: 'Looser' refers to the degree of tightness of something, generally meaning a lesser degree of being 'loose'. 'Loser' refers to someone who doesn't win or more accurately generally comes last.
Q: What is the difference between loser and lose ?
A: Loser = いつも負ける人か不人気な人 Lose = 負けるか迷う Probably best translations I lose to him all the time. "彼にいつも負けちゃった。" If I have a map, I won't lose my way. "地図を持てば、迷うことができません。" He's a loser. "彼は不人気な人だ" The loser is the person or thing that doesn't win. "勝たない人か物は敗者といいます。"
Q: What is the difference between "loser" and "underdog" ?
A: Underdog = less likely to win. Loser = actually lost or will actually lose. Loser is derogatory, underdog is not.

Translations of "Loser"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? loser
A: It’s pronounced and stressed like this: LOUzer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? loser
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? loser
A: Loser, “he lost the game and now he’s a loser”
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? loser
A: you say loser in the UK too

Other questions about "Loser"

Q: He has never been a loser at tennis. does this sound natural?
A: "He has never lost at tennis."
Q: neither we nor they were losers. does this sound natural?
A: Don't add were, just take the word out of the sentence
Q: I was afraid of her. I thought she thought of me as a loser. does this sound natural?
A: I think "I was intimidated by her because I thought she thought of me as a loser" sounds a little more natural. I think in your sentence, "afraid" is too harsh a word.
Q: Can you change the "they, who have always been a loser" to in a word? like "a constantly loser(?)" something like that. I have no idea, but I want to say it in a short word naturally.
A: "They, ○○○ losers, are in the wrong"
Q: She is loser. I'm loser. It's created our couple. does this sound natural?
A: She's a loser. I'm a loser. That's why we're a couple.

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