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Loose

Spanish
English

loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

loose
ADV

loose
ADV

ADJ
flojo
loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

ADJ
loose
ADJ

ADJ
loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

ADJ
loose
ADJ

ADJ
loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

loose
ADJ

ancha
ADJ
loose-fitting
ADJ

loose-fitting
ADJ

loose breeches
N

libre
ADJ
foot-loose
ADJ


laxar
V
to loosen the bowels
V

to loosen
V

loose-fitting
ADJ

anchos
ADJ
loose fitting
ADJ

loose-leaf
ADJ

loose-tongued
ADJ

suelto de lengua
ADJ
loose-tongued
ADJ

loose package
N

loose breeches
N

loose woman
N

loose grapes
N

loose hair
N

monedas sueltas
NF Plural
loose change
N

loose garment
N

loose change
N

He's got a screw loose.
ID

to loose
V



to let loose
V

desatar
V
to loose
V

to let loose
V


to give loose rein to
V

to break loose
V

to come loose
V

despegarse
V
to get loose
V

to come loose
V

to have a screw loose
V

to be at loose ends
V

to be at loose ends
V

to let loose
V

soltar
V
to loose
V

foot-loose
ADJ

foot-loose
ADJ


flojamente
ADV

ADJ
loosely-woven
ADJ

ADJ
loosely-woven
ADJ



ahuecamiento
NM
loosening
N

looseness
N

looseness of the bowels
N

loosening
N

loosening
N

looseness of the bowels
N

looseness
N

looseness
N

looseness
N

looseness
N

suelta
NF
loosening
N


aflojar
V
to loosen
V

aflojarse
V
to loosen
V

to loosen
V

to stitch loosely
V


to loosen
V

to loosen
V

to loosen
V

to loosen
V

to loosen
V

desatar
V
to loosen
V

desatar
V
to unhitch loosen
V

to loosen
V

to loosen the girths of
V


to loosen
V

to loosen
V

to loosen
V

to loosen
V

to loosen
V

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English Definitions

loose
V
grant freedom to; free from confinement
loose
V
turn loose or free from restraint
loose
V
make loose or looser
loose
V
become loose or looser or less tight
loose
not compact or dense in structure or arrangement
loose
(of a ball in sport) not in the possession or control of any player
loose
not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting
loose
not officially recognized or controlled
loose
not literal
loose
emptying easily or excessively
loose
not affixed
loose
not tense or taut
loose
(of textures) full of small openings or gaps
loose
lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility
loose
not carefully arranged in a package
loose
having escaped, especially from confinement
loose
casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior
loose
without restraint
loose cannon
N
a person who is expected to perform a particular task but who is out of control and dangerous
loose end
N
work that is left incomplete
loose off
V
fire as from a gun
loose sentence
N
a complex sentence in which the main clause comes first and the subordinate clause follows
loose smut
N
disease of grains; the entire head is a dusty mass of spores
loose smut
N
a smut fungus of the genus Ustilago causing a smut disease of grains in which the entire head is transformed into a dusty mass of spores
loose woman
N
a woman adulterer
loose-fitting
not fitting closely; hanging loosely
loose-jointed
loosely articulated or constructed
loose-jowled
having sagging folds of flesh beneath the chin or lower jaw
loose-leaf lettuce
N
lettuce with loosely curled leaves that do not form a compact head
being or having leaves that can be easily removed or rearranged
loosely
in a relaxed manner; not rigid
loosely
in a loose manner
loosely
without regard to specific details or exceptions
loosely
knitted in a loose manner
loosely knit
having only distant social or legal ties
loosen
V
make loose or looser
loosen
V
make less severe or strict
loosen
V
become less severe or strict
loosen
V
disentangle and raise the fibers of
loosen
V
cause to become loose
loosen
V
make less dense
loosen
V
become loose or looser or less tight
loosen up
V
cause to become unblocked
loosen up
V
become less tense, less formal, or less restrained, and assume a friendlier manner
loosen up
V
make one's body limber or suppler by stretching, as if to prepare for strenuous physical activity
loosen up
V
become less tense, rest, or take one's ease
loosen up
V
cause to feel relaxed
straightened out
looseness
N
frequent and watery bowel movements; can be a symptom of infection or food poisoning or colitis or a gastrointestinal tumor
looseness
N
freedom from restraint
English Definitions from WordNet 3.0
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