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Lose and loose, what is the difference?

Can’t make out the difference between lose and loose? Relax you are in the right place. In this article, I will walk you through the difference between these two words. So sit back and folow along. Lets begin.




 

Lose is used as a verb to mean “to fail to win, to misplace, or to free oneself from something, someone. ”

On the otherhand loose is an adjective that means “not tight.”

The “O” differentiates the 2 words.

Examples for Loose

Ex1. There are some loose sheet of papers lying on that table.

Ex 2. It seems the wires is very loose, that is why the iron can not heat properly.

Examples for Lose

Ex1. Kate said she lose theĀ  trust she had for Syndrella after she lied to her.

Ex2. If you you go to the gym regularly, you will lose weight.




 

4 thoughts on “Lose and loose, what is the difference?”

  1. MOG says:

    Awesome

  2. Vall says:

    I lose some money.

  3. Rachael says:

    I have lose trust in her and your belt is too loose

  4. English learner says:

    I have never lose anything in life ,I thank God.
    I fought my mechanic when he got my fan belt loose.

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