Translation: from spanish

it's your loss

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  • it's your loss — ◇ People say that something is your loss when you choose not to do something that they think would help you or that you would enjoy. If she doesn t want to come to the party, it s her loss. • • • Main Entry: ↑loss …   Useful english dictionary

  • loss — noun 1 NO LONGER HAVING STH (C, U) the fact of no longer having something you used to have: Job losses were common in the 1980s. (+ of): a temporary loss of memory | weight/blood etc loss | rapid hair loss 2 MONEY (C, U) money that has been lost… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • loss — W1S2 [lɔs US lo:s] n [: Old English; Origin: los destruction ] 1.) [U and C] the fact of no longer having something, or of having less of it than you used to have, or the process by which this happens loss of ▪ The court awarded Ms Dixon £7,000… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • loss — [ lɔs ] noun *** ▸ 1 no longer having something ▸ 2 having less than before ▸ 3 failure to win race etc. ▸ 4 money lost ▸ 5 death of someone ▸ 6 sadness from death/loss ▸ 7 disadvantage from loss ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) count or uncount the state of not …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Loss mitigation — [http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/nsc/lmmltrs.cfm [Loss Mitigation Policy Guidance] ] is used to describe a third party helping a homeowner, a division within a bank that mitigates the loss of the bank, or a firm that handles the process of… …   Wikipedia

  • loss adjuster — ➔ adjuster * * * loss adjuster UK US noun [C] (also adjuster, claims adjuster, loss assessor) INSURANCE ► a person whose job is to decide how much money an insurance company should pay to a person or company whose property is damaged or lost: »In …   Financial and business terms

  • loss */*/*/ — UK [lɒs] / US [lɔs] noun Word forms loss : singular loss plural losses 1) [countable/uncountable] the state of no longer having something because it has been taken from you or destroyed It was an ancient car anyway, so it was no great loss. job… …   English dictionary

  • Loss aversion — In prospect theory, loss aversion refers to the tendency for people strongly to prefer avoiding losses than acquiring gains. Some studies suggest that losses are twice as powerful, psychologically, as gains.Loss aversion was first convincingly… …   Wikipedia

  • loss — [[t]lɒ̱s, AM lɔ͟ːs[/t]] ♦♦ losses 1) N VAR: usu with supp Loss is the fact of no longer having something or having less of it than before. ...loss of sight... The loss of income for the government is about $250 million a month. ...hair loss...… …   English dictionary

  • loss — The opposite of gain. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary * * * loss loss [lɒs ǁ lɒːs] noun 1. [countable, uncountable] the fact of no longer having something that you used to have, or having less of it: • loss of earnings through illness ˈjob loss… …   Financial and business terms

  • loss — /lɒs/ noun 1. the state or process of not having something any more ♦ loss of customers not keeping customers because of bad service, high prices, etc. ♦ loss of an order not getting an order which was expected ♦ the company suffered a loss of… …   Dictionary of banking and finance


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