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lost

  
1    disappeared, forfeited, mislaid, misplaced, missed, missing, strayed, vanished, wayward  
2    adrift, astray, at sea, disoriented, off-course, off-track  
3    baffled, bewildered, clueless     (slang)   confused, helpless, ignorant, mystified, perplexed, puzzled  
4    abolished, annihilated, demolished, destroyed, devastated, eradicated, exterminated, obliterated, perished, ruined, wasted, wiped out, wrecked  
5    absent, absorbed, abstracted, distracted, dreamy, engrossed, entranced, preoccupied, rapt, spellbound, taken up  
6    consumed, dissipated, frittered away, misapplied, misdirected, misspent, misused, squandered, wasted  
7    bygone, dead, extinct, forgotten, gone, lapsed, obsolete, out-of-date, past, unremembered  
8    abandoned, corrupt, damned, depraved, dissolute, fallen, irreclaimable, licentious, profligate, unchaste, wanton  
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lost

  
1    Lost is the past tense and past participle of lose.  
2       adj   If you are lost or if you get lost, you do not know where you are or are unable to find your way.  
usu v-link ADJ  
Barely had I set foot in the street when I realised I was lost..., I took a wrong turn and we got lost in the mountains.     
3       adj   If something is lost, or gets lost, you cannot find it, for example because you have forgotten where you put it.  
...a lost book..., My paper got lost..., He was scrabbling for his pen, which had got lost somewhere under the sheets of paper.     
4       adj   If you feel lost, you feel very uncomfortable because you are in an unfamiliar situation.  
usu v-link ADJ  
Of the funeral he remembered only the cold, the waiting, and feeling very lost..., I feel lost and lonely in a strange town alone.     
5       adj   If you describe a person or group of people as lost, you think that they do not have a clear idea of what they want to do or achieve.  
They are a lost generation in search of an identity.     
6       adj   If you describe something as lost, you mean that you no longer have it or it no longer exists.  
...a lost job or promotion..., The sense of community is lost..., The riots will also mean lost income for Los Angeles County.     
7       adj   You use lost to refer to a period or state of affairs that existed in the past and no longer exists.  
ADJ n  
He seemed to pine for his lost youth..., ...the relics of a lost civilisation.     
8       adj   If something is lost, it is not used properly and is considered wasted.  
usu v-link ADJ  
Fox is not bitter about the lost opportunity to compete in the Games..., The advantage is lost.     
9    If advice or a comment is lost on someone, they do not understand it or they pay no attention to it.  
be lost on someone      phrase   V inflects, PHR n  
The meaning of that was lost on me...     


long-lost     
You use long-lost to describe someone or something that you have not seen for a long time.      adj   ADJ n  
...finding a long-lost sixth century manuscript.     
lost and found  
1       n-sing   Lost and found is the place where lost property is kept.  
  (AM)  
in BRIT, use lost property     
2       adj   Lost and found things are things which someone has lost and which someone else has found.  
...the shelf where they stored lost-and-found articles., ...the local paper's lost-and-found column.     
lost cause        ( lost causes    plural  ) If you refer to something or someone as alost cause, you mean that people's attempts to change or influence them have no chance of succeeding.      n-count  
They do not want to expend energy in what, to them, is a lost cause.     
lost property  
1       n-uncount   Lost property consists of things that people have lost or accidentally left in a public place, for example on a train or in a school.  
Lost property should be handed to the driver.     
2       n-uncount   Lost property is a place where lost property is kept.  
  (BRIT)  
I was enquiring in Lost Property at Derby.     
in AM, use lost and found     
lost soul        ( lost souls    plural  ) If you call someone a lost soul, you mean that they seem unhappy, and unable to fit in with any particular group of people in society.      n-count  
They just clung to each other like two lost souls.     

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Consulte también:

lot, lose, loss, lodestar

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v.
to be lost
he went missing my dog went missing for three days
exp.
lost; in the middle of nowhere
n.
Free On Board: A legal term meaning that when the seller loads merchandise for transportation, he bears full responsibility for it but if the merchandise is later lost or harmed, the buyer suffers the loss.
exp.
expression used to describe something that is in decline or has lost the qualities that made it popular, appealing, successful
used originally in media to describe a show or a movie that is declining in popularity. E.g: I loved their ads, but with the last ones they just jump the shark.
n.
a patient who lost is tracheal reflexes by general anesthesia or Coma ; state whos trache has been protected by a tube that permits artificial ventilation.
Medical term
exp.
expression used to describe a lost opportunity or something that is unlikely to happen in the current circumstances
n.
Patient that has lost reactivity , reactions to stimulations, reflexes (Areflexia) = Dead or Comatous

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