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Pronounce Loose as L OW OW S EH.

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Phonetic transcription for loose

  • Traditional IPA Phonetic transcription of loose: | loʊoʊsɛ |
  • Modern IPA Phonetic transcription of loose: | lɒɒsɛ |

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Meanings for loose

not firmly or tightly in place


not compact or dense in structure or arrangement

"loose gravel"


(of a ball in sport) not in the possession or control of any player

"a loose ball"


not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting

"loose clothing"; "the large shoes were very loose"

informal, loose(adj)

not officially recognized or controlled

"an informal agreement"; "a loose organization of the local farmers"

free, loose, liberal(adj)

not literal

"a loose interpretation of what she had been told"; "a free translation of the poem"

lax, loose(adj)

emptying easily or excessively

"loose bowels"

unaffixed, loose(adj)

not affixed

"the stamp came loose"

loose, slack(adj)

not tense or taut

"the old man's skin hung loose and grey"; "slack and wrinkled skin"; "slack sails"; "a slack rope"

loose, open(adj)

(of textures) full of small openings or gaps

"an open texture"; "a loose weave"

idle, loose(adj)

lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility

"idle talk"; "a loose tongue"


not carefully arranged in a package

"a box of loose nails"

at large(p), escaped, loose, on the loose(p)(adj)

having escaped, especially from confinement

"a convict still at large"; "searching for two escaped prisoners"; "dogs loose on the streets"; "criminals on the loose in the neighborhood"

easy, light, loose, promiscuous, sluttish, wanton(verb)

casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior

"her easy virtue"; "he was told to avoid loose (or light) women"; "wanton behavior"

free, liberate, release, unloose, unloosen, loose(verb)

grant freedom to; free from confinement

unleash, let loose, loose(verb)

turn loose or free from restraint

"let loose mines"; "Loose terrible plagues upon humanity"

loosen, loose(verb)

make loose or looser

"loosen the tension on a rope"

loosen, relax, loose(adverb)

become loose or looser or less tight

"The noose loosened"; "the rope relaxed"

loose, free(adverb)

without restraint

"cows in India are running loose"

not tightly fastened, tied, or stretched

secure your neckerchief with a loose knot

consisting of particles that do not stick together

the car wheels slipped on the loose gravel in the driveway

not bound by rigid standards

we tend to be loose with the dress code when we aren't hosting clients at the office

not bound, confined, or detained by force

there was a brief panic when the lion got loose from its cage at the zoo

not precisely correct

a loose guess about the size of the crowd at the outdoor concert

having or showing lowered moral character or standards

the loose life that he led in the years before he settled down and found his path

to cause (a projectile) to be driven forward with force

the archers loosed a great volley of arrows at the foot soldiers charging towards them

to find emotional release for

do not loose your pent-up frustrations on the next person who happens by

to set free (as from slavery or confinement)

the ranchers loosed the horses from their stables and into the paddock

to set free (from a state of being held in check)

the storm loosed its full fury when it hit the coastline at high tide

Example Sentences of loose

This coat looks loose on me.

I have some loose ends to tie up.

This is a bit too loose around my waist.

Look for it among the loose papers on my desk.

I usually toss my loose change into my desk drawer.

A few loose ends remain to be cleared up.

After tying up loose ends on the house, the carpenter gave the painter approval to begin work.

Tom has a loose tooth.

Tom certainly cut loose at that party.

Tom made a loose translation from the original.

Synonyms for loose

on the loose(p) promiscuous idle wanton slack open informal sluttish lax light free escaped liberal easy at large(p) unaffixed cozy intimate spare bountiful devoid big costless large minded bounteous tolerant detached complimentary handsome gratis(p) bighearted innocent destitute freehanded gratuitous barren broad openhanded giving undefended undetermined receptive unresolved assailable heart to heart undecided subject undefendable opened exposed clear unfastened overt candid open(a) capable wild dead out of work unused jobless groundless unfounded baseless unwarranted motiveless light headed wakeful faint prosperous well situated soft gentle blowsy lightsome blowzy light colored unaccented slatternly weak low cal lite well off abstemious unclouded leisurely light(a) well to do well fixed easygoing comfortable lightheaded clean tripping short scant(p) unprovoked well heeled swooning calorie free turn unfreeze unloose expel exhaust let loose release resign emancipate unblock liberate loosen publish disembarrass unloosen put out let go of exempt give up relinquish justify absolve unleash relieve secrete rid let go dislodge bring out discharge issue relax disengage eject set free emit let out utter tease untie tease apart undo decompress slow down unbend loosen up unlax slack up unwind make relaxed unstrain slacken inadhesive separable unfasten let unbound flowing scattered sparse incompact vague inexact rambling dissolute licentious unbind CAST OFF detach disconnect untied not fastened not confined movable not fast not fixed relaxed not tense not tight not close not compact not dense prolix not concise indefinite indistinct indeterminate ill defined not precise not exact lax in the bowels not costive immoral WANTON unchaste of lax morals coward bulk cowardly lenient lose released insecure loosened slackened unsecured incoherent unconsolidated flexible unrestrained unrestricted footloose unconfined approximate approximative ballpark imprecise inaccurate squishy corrupt debased debauched decadent degenerate degraded demoralized depraved dissipated jackleg libertine perverse perverted rakehell rakehelly rakish reprobate sick unclean unwholesome warped blast fire shoot squeeze off take out vent disenthrall disenthral enfranchise enlarge manumit spring uncage unchain unfetter uncork unlock

Loose in different languages

  • فضفاضArabic
  • sypký volný uvolněný Czech
  • lösen lockern ausschweifend loslassen locker lose entspannt zügellos indiskret German
  • soltar libertino indiscreto liberar golfo promiscuo relajado suelto flojo desatar desabrochar aflojar Spanish
  • گشاد سست لق Persian
  • irrottaa löysätä rento epäsiveellinen irto vapauttaa avara päästää irti ampua löyhätapainen löyhä irtonainen sulava väljä löysä huolimaton irti Finnish
  • lâche défaire French
  • scaoil scaoilte scaoilteach scaoil amach Irish
  • sgaoilteScots Gaelic
  • laza Hungarian
  • missa sleppa fyrirgjöra Icelandic
  • sciolto disfare sfuso Italian
  • מְשׁוּחרָרformer Hebrew
  • ゆるむJapanese
  • 헐거운Korean
  • سووک شل Kurdish
  • tūtangatanga, tarau makere, tangatangaMaori
  • longgar Malay
  • mul loslaten lossen ontspannen verlossen ruim losmaken los Dutch
  • liberar relaxado libertar largo desembalado afrouxar soltar indiscreto solto frouxo promíscuo desamarrar atirar Portuguese
  • dezlega Romanian
  • свободный распутный несдержанный расслабленный рыхлый отвязывать ослабить ослаблять развязывать распущенный неосторожный расстёгивать отпустить неутрамбованный неприкреплённый освобождать освободить широкий неупакованный отвязать развязанный расстегнуть непривязанный развязать отпускать просторный Russian
  • lös Swedish
  • గట్టిగా బిగించని, త్యజించు, అనుమతించు, గట్టిగా కట్టని, సరిపోని, నిదానింపజేయు, వదులు చేయు, వత్తిడి లేకుండా, కాల్చడం ఆరంభించుటTegulu
  • rộng Vietnamese
  • פרייַYiddish
  • 疏鬆 Chinese

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