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Loose and lose, difference Clarified

Is it lose or loose ? A lot of times people ask this question. If you are looking for the difference between Lose and loose then you are in the right place. Just follow along and get the difference between the 2 words.





Lose (verb) means to become unable to find something. It also means to fail to get something or to fail to gain something.

For  example. Marknell lose in the chess game to.

If you lose before then you have another chance to make it right.

 

Loose (adjective) not tight;   of giving enough room

This word is also used in the infinitive form as a verb to show the action of making something not tight.

She goes to the gym everyday because she wants to loose wieght.

Loose up, stand on your feet and go for your dreams. Let nothing hold you back.




6 thoughts on “Loose and lose, difference Clarified”

  1. CHARLOTTE 1 says:

    I SEE SOMEONE NEEDS TO LEARN HOW TO SPELL, WEIGHT 😂😂😂😂 WASN’T SOMEONE SUPPOSED TO CATCH THAT. MY DADDY ALWAYS SAID I WOULD BE GREAT A WORKING AS A NEWSPAPER EDITOR. WHAT DO YOU THINK 😁😁😁😁

    1. Toluwani Samuel says:

      I think someone also needs to know that it is “I would be great ‘at’ working as a newspaper editor. Let’s not be a dumbass. Weight in that context was misspelt as a result of typo error.

    2. Jan says:

      ❤️

  2. Chukwuka says:

    Interesting! I use the word loose for both terms. We continue to learn everyday.

  3. Said Akbar Shirzad says:

    We continue to learn daily wise from these kinds of words

  4. Tonia says:

    Charlotte1 take note of your “great a working” 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣. Correction gone wrong🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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