lose weightHow would it know that it had to lose weight?
lose sightWhilst we cannot change the world, we should not lose sight of the fact that we can change someone's world.
want to lose"She'll be angry, but she won't want to lose you.
go to lose
also loseThe regional newspaper industry may also lose sales.
lose outYou can't lose out
likely to loseAfter Twickenham, the English are likely to lose the services of Webb, Underwood, Dooley, Probyn, Winterbottom and Skinner.
lose controlWe must not lose control.
nothing to loseNow I've nothing to lose.’
should not loseWhilst we cannot change the world, we should not lose sight of the fact that we can change someone's world.
begin to lose
afford to loseI can't afford to lose them.
try to loseGirls in their early teens or even younger often try to lose weight.
lose interestHow long before we lose interest?
lose confidenceWe also need to reassure the horse shortly afterwards that it has not lost our affection, otherwise it would lose confidence in us.
lose moneyAt least the City knows how to lose money in style.
stand to loseThe Thai government has ordered the border to be closed but Thai logging companies, which stand to lose by the ban, are arguing for a delay in its implementation and have intensified logging in recent weeks.
start to loseOnce they reach an age of 4–5 years the goldfish will often start to lose their colouration and gradually become paler.
lose twoYou're gonna lose two hundred and fifty pound a month.