Sinónimos de loose en inglés:

loose

adjetivo

  • 1 a loose floorboard
    not fixed in place, not secure, unsecured, unattached; detached, unfastened, untied; wobbly, unsteady, movable
    a loose floorboard
    [Antónimos] secure tight
  • 2 she wore her hair loose
    untied, unpinned, unbound, hanging free, down, flowing
  • 7 loose talk
    indiscreet, unguarded, free, gossipy, gossiping
    loose talk
    [Antónimos] discreet guarded

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  • 2 the fingers loosed their hold
    relax, slacken, loosen; weaken, lessen, reduce, diminish, moderate
    the fingers loosed their hold
    [Antónimos] tighten

Frases

at loose ends

ever since the factory closed, Don has been at loose ends with nothing to dounoccupiedunemployedat leisureidleadriftwith time to killboredtwiddling one's thumbshanging/kicking around

on the loose

an inmate from Wickham Hall is on the loose freeat libertyat largeescapedon the runfugitivewanted informalon the lam

Uso

loose, lose

The adjective loose, meaning ‘not tight,’ should not be confused with the verb loose, which means ‘let go’: they loosed the reins and let the horse gallop . This verb in turn should not be confused with the verb lose, which means ‘be deprived of, fail to keep’: I will lose my keys if I don't mend the hole in my pocket

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