Explicație loose în Dicționarul Englez Englez

loose

(lüs )

verb
become loose or looser or less tight
"The noose loosened"
"the rope relaxed"

verb
make loose or looser
"loosen the tension on a rope"

verb
turn loose or free from restraint
"let loose mines"
"Loose terrible plagues upon humanity"

verb
grant freedom to
free from confinement
adjectiv
not affixed
"the stamp came loose"

adjectiv
not bound or fastened or gathered together
"loose pages"
"loose papers"

adjectiv
casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior
"her easy virtue"
"he was told to avoid loose (or light) women"
"wanton behavior"

adjectiv
not compact or dense in structure or arrangement
"loose gravel"

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

adjectiv
emptying easily or excessively
"loose bowels"

adjectiv
not literal
"a loose interpretation of what she had been told"
"a free translation of the poem"

adjectiv
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"

adjectiv
not restrained or confined or attached
"a pocket full of loose bills"
"knocked the ball loose"
"got loose from his attacker"

adjectiv
freely producing mucus
"a loose phlegmy cough"

adjectiv
not tight
not closely constrained or constricted or constricting
"loose clothing"
"the large shoes were very loose"

adjectiv
not officially recognized or controlled
"an informal agreement"
"a loose organization of the local farmers"

adjectiv
not carefully arranged in a package
"a box of loose nails"

adjectiv
lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility
"idle talk"
"a loose tongue"

adjectiv
not fixed firmly or tightly
"the bolts became loose over time"
"a loose chair leg"
"loose bricks"

adjectiv
(of textures) full of small openings or gaps
"an open texture"
"a loose weave"

adjectiv
not tense or taut
"the old man''s skin hung loose and gray"
"slack and wrinkled skin"
"slack sails"
"a slack rope"

adverb
without restraint
"cows in India are running loose"




Antonime:
(adjectiv) compact, tight
(verb) stiffen, detain, confine



Sinonime:
(adjectiv) easy, idle, informal, lax, liberal, light, open, promiscuous, slack, wanton
(verb) free, liberate, loosen, relax, release, unleash, unloose