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Lost /lɒst $ lɒːst/
lost /lɒst $ lɒːst/

Irregular Forms: ⇒ {lose}

گم شده ، (ماضی واسم مفعول فعل) lose گمشده ، از دست رفته ، ضایع ، زیان دیده ، شکست خورده گمراه ، منحرف ، مفقود ، قانون ـ فقه: ضاله ، علوم نظامی: گلوله ناپیدا ، تلف شده
- missing, disappeared, mislaid, misplaced, vanished, wayward
- off-course, adrift, astray, at sea, disoriented, off-track
Contrasted words: cherished, protected, treasured
Related Words: incorrigible, irreclaimable, irredeemable, irreformable, unconverted, unregenerate, graceless, absent, lacking, past, irrecoverable, irretrievable, irrevocable, absorbed, daydreamy, musing, unconscious

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Lost /lɒst $ lɒːst/
a US drama television series about the lives of people who survive on a TROPICAL ISLAND after a plane flying between Sydney and Los Angeles crashes. The series has won both Emmy and Golden Globe awards.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. lost1 /lɒst $ lɒːst/
the past tense and past participle of lose

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. lost2 S2 W3 adjective
[Word Family: noun: loser, loss; verb: lose; adjective: lost]

1. CANNOT FIND YOUR WAY if you are lost, you do not know where you are and are unable to find your way somewhere:
‘Are you lost?’ the driver asked.
I got thoroughly lost on the way here.
a lost child

2. CANNOT BE FOUND if something is lost, you had it but cannot now find Synonym : missing:
two boys searching for a lost ball

a) lost time or opportunities have not been used in the way that would have given you the greatest advantage:
It’ll be impossible to make up the lost time.
b) lost sales/business/earnings etc sales, business etc that you could have had but did not:
The strike has cost the company £2 million in lost revenue.

4. feel/be lost to not feel confident about what to do or how to behave:
It’s not unusual to feel rather lost when you first start college.
She’s a great friend and I’d be lost without her.

5. Get lost! spoken used to rudely tell someone to go away or to stop annoying you

6. NOT NOTICING [not before noun] thinking so hard about something, or being so interested in something, that you do not notice what is happening around you
lost in
Harry just stood there, lost in thought.
Amy lay on her bed, totally lost in her book.

7. get lost (in something) to be forgotten or not noticed in a complicated process or in a busy time:
It’s easy for your main points to get lost in a long speech.

8. NOT UNDERSTAND be lost to be completely confused by a complicated explanation:
‘Do you understand what I mean?’ ‘Not really. I’m a bit lost.’

9. be lost on somebody if something is lost on someone, they do not understand or want to accept it:
The joke was completely lost on Chris.

10. be lost for words to be unable to say anything because you are very surprised, upset etc:
For once in her life, she was lost for words.

11. NOT EXISTING [only before noun] that no longer exists or that you no longer have:
the relics of a lost civilization
She wept for her broken dreams and lost youth.

12. lost cause something that has no chance of succeeding:
Trying to interest my son in classical music is a lost cause.

13. lost soul someone who does not seem to know where they are or what to do – often used humorously

14. all is not lost used to say that success is still possible, even though there have been problems or failures
give somebody up for dead/lost etc at give up(7), ⇒ long-lost, ⇒ make up for lost time at MAKE UP FOR(4), ⇒ there is no love lost between somebody and somebody at love2(10)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. unable to find the way
VERBS be | get We got lost in the woods.
ADV. completely By this time we were completely lost.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. not knowing what to do
VERBS be, feel, look, seem I felt lost without my watch.
ADV. completely, totally Alina was looking totally lost.
very | a bit, a little, rather She looked rather lost and lonely, standing in a corner by herself.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

BAD: This morning I noticed that my purse was lost.
GOOD: This morning I noticed that my purse was missing.

Usage Note:
If something is not in the place where you left it and you cannot find it anywhere, it is missing (NOT lost ): 'Police are still searching for the missing diamonds.' 'She was making her way towards immigration when she discovered that her passport was missing.'
Compare: 'Oh no! I've lost my passport!'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

See: get lost , no love lost

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

Looking Over Strange Terrain

[TahlilGaran] Acronyms and Abbreviations Dictionary

TahlilGaran Online Dictionary ver 14.0
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