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loose

acara resmi, boleh benarkan, curai, gembur, goyah, ikatannya, kekurangan dan, kelonggarna, lepas, lepaskan panah, longgar cepat, longgar, melepas penat, perlup, regang, urai, yg lepas,

Other Mathes:
it is a loose, it is that loose, it loose we are, it loose, that is loose
are on the loose, is on the loose, on the loose, was on the loose, were off
been hanging around, come around to, hanging around in, is loose in, loose in, loose on, on the loose in
afflicted them with, afflicted them, let loose on them, let loose upon them, loose against them
let loose on, let loose upon, loose against, loose upon, raise upon, send against, send others against, send over, sending against, sent plagues on, sent upon, unleash upon, will send on, will send the heaven upon
a bit free, a little loose i, a little loose
a hand loose, does the strap, hand loose, her loose, it loose, my rope, the damn cord, the fucking rope, the knobby thing, the rope, the ropes, the slack, the strap, to the rope
are roaming free, jobs running around, just wandering off, loose around, on legs, on the loose seems to, on the loose seems
are just loose, left loose, on the loose, that sticks, the loose, who in spite
about to break loose, gonna break loose, is gonna break loose, would free yourself
he is loose, her loose, him loose
and we loosed against, and we sent against, and we sent to, and we sent upon, but we sent against, so we let loose on, so we let loose upon, so we loosed on, so we sent against, so we sent on, so we sent upon
and so we let loose, and we sent, so we let loose, so we sent, so we unleashed, therefor we let loose, we therefore sent, wherefore we sent, whereupon we sent
goes some of me again, have a loose, have another loose
get them horses loose, horses loose, set the ponies loose, untie the

English to English

loose
(l/u/s )
adjective (a)

not compact or dense in structure or arrangement
gembur atau dalam struktur padat atau perjanjian
Example:
Loose gravel.
Antonym:
compact
source: wordnet30
not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting
tak ketat; tidak dengan teliti gerak terbatas atau atau constricting terbatas
Example:
Loose clothing.
The large shoes were very loose.
Antonym:
tight
source: wordnet30
not affixed
tidak affixed
Example:
The stamp came loose.
Synonym:
unaffixed
Antonym:
affixed
source: wordnet30
Unbound; untied; unsewed; not attached, fastened, fixed, or confined; as, the loose sheets of a book.
unbound auto field; dilepas; unsewed; tidak terikat, dikencangkan, tetap, atau dikurung; sebagai, aku longgar/ aku lembar buku.
source: webster1913

loose
noun (n)

Freedom from restraint.
kebebasan dari pembatas.
source: webster1913

loose
adverb (r)

without restraint
tanpa pembatas
Example:
Cows in India are running loose.
source: wordnet30

loose
adjective satellite (s)

(of a ball in sport) not in the possession or control of any player
(dari bola dalam olahraga) bukan di tangan atau kawalan dari setiap pemain
Example:
A loose ball.
source: wordnet30
not officially recognized or controlled
tidak resmi mengenali atau dikendalikan
Example:
A loose organization of the local farmers.
Synonym:
informal
source: wordnet30
not literal
tidak harfiah
Example:
A loose interpretation of what she had been told.
Synonym:
free, liberal
source: wordnet30
emptying easily or excessively
mengosongkan mudah atau berlebihan
Example:
Loose bowels.
Synonym:
lax
source: wordnet30
not tense or taut
tidak tegang atau tegang
Example:
The old man's skin hung loose and grey.
Synonym:
slack
source: wordnet30
(of textures) full of small openings or gaps
(dari tekstur) penuh kesenjangan atau bukaan kecil
Example:
A loose weave.
Synonym:
open
source: wordnet30
lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility
kurang satu perasaan pembatas atau tanggung jawab
Example:
A loose tongue.
Synonym:
idle
source: wordnet30
not carefully arranged in a package
tidak diatur dengan teliti dengan pakej
Example:
A box of loose nails.
source: wordnet30
having escaped, especially from confinement
setelah melarikan diri, terutamanya dari tersendiri
Example:
Dogs loose on the streets.
Criminals on the loose in the neighborhood.
source: wordnet30
casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior
dalam perilaku seksual terarah dan tak terkendali
Example:
He was told to avoid loose (or light) women.
source: wordnet30

loose
verb (v)

grant freedom to; free from confinement
grant untuk kebebasan; bebas dari tersendiri
source: wordnet30
turn loose or free from restraint
mengubah lepas atau bebas dari pembatas
Example:
Let loose mines.
Loose terrible plagues upon humanity.
Synonym:
let loose, unleash
source: wordnet30
make loose or looser
membuat longgar atau longgar
Example:
Loosen the tension on a rope.
Synonym:
loosen
source: wordnet30
become loose or looser or less tight
menjadi longgar atau kurang ketat atau longgar
Example:
The noose loosened.
Synonym:
loosen, relax
Antonym:
stiffen
source: wordnet30
To untie or unbind; to free from any fastening; to remove the shackles or fastenings of; to set free; to relieve.
untuk melepaskan atau dilepas; untuk bebas dari sebarang ikat; untuk menghapus belenggu atau fastenings dari; untuk membebaskan; untuk meringankan.
source: webster1913
To set sail.
untuk berlayar.
source: webster1913

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