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Definitions of LOSS in various dictionaries:

    • noun - something that is lost
    • noun - gradual decline in amount or activity
    • noun - the act of losing someone or something
    • noun - the disadvantage that results from losing something
    • noun - the experience of losing a loved one
    • noun - the amount by which the cost of a business exceeds its revenue
    • noun - military personnel lost by death or capture
    • noun - euphemistic expressions for death
    • The act or an instance of losing: nine losses during the football season.
    • One that is lost: wrote their flooded house off as a loss.
    • The condition of being deprived or bereaved of something or someone: mourning their loss.
    • The amount of something lost: selling at a 50 percent loss.
    • The harm or suffering caused by losing or being lost.
    • Destruction: The war caused incalculable loss.
    • The power decrease caused by resistance in a circuit, circuit element, or device.
    • The amount of a claim on an insurer by an insured.
    • Below cost: sold the merchandise at a loss.
    • Perplexed; puzzled: I am at a loss to understand those remarks.
    • adj - to come to be without and be unable to find [v LOST, LOSING, LOSES] : LOSABLE


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There are 4 letters in LOSS: L O S S

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