English to Lithuanian Meaning :: loose

Loose :
laisvas, palaidas, purus, platus, atsileidęs, nepritvirtintas, nepririštas, erdvus, netankus, pabiras, klibantis, išgveręs, irus, gurus, nesurištas, atsainus, ardus, bergždžias, nerūpestingas, išgverusi, dukslusatleisti, paleisti, atrišti, atleisti nuodėmes, išklerinti - laisvaslaisvasatrištalaisvaipalaidumasnetenkaprarasti
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Adjective(1) Not restrained or confined or attached(2) Not compact or dense in structure or arrangement(3) (of a ball in sport) not in the possession or control of any player(4) Not tight(5) Not closely constrained or constricted or constricting(6) Not officially recognized or controlled(7) Not literal(8) Emptying easily or excessively(9) Not affixed(10) Not tense or taut(11) (of textures) full of small openings or gaps(12) Not fixed firmly or tightly(13) Lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility(14) Not carefully arranged in a package(15) Freely producing mucus(16) Having escaped
Verb(1) Turn loose or free from restraint(2) Make loose or looser(3) Become loose or looser or less tight(4) Grant freedom to(5) Free from confinement

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(1) U251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu2510The sheep look as though they are loose , but they're not really,u251cu00f6u251cu00e7u251cu00fb he said.(2) The film is a loose interpretation of the final years of Sade's life.(3) His hair was long and wild, with loose strands and long bangs that covered his menacing eyes.(4) You can give the loose stone as a gift and choose the setting at a later stage, if you wish.(5) Fight the tendency by keeping your elbows loose and upper body relaxed.(6) I turned to see Aya leaning in the corner, arms folded and dressed in loose shirt and tight shorts.(7) A loose paper floats from within the bag and floats to the ground.(8) What you want for singing is, first of all, a loose relaxed neck.(9) These have a rather loose weave construction which helps the flavour to release.(10) Have the confidence to let the shot go where you know it will, with a loose relaxed grip.(11) The Spaniards also let loose a big dog on shore which chased the terrified Arawaks and bit several of them savagely.(12) I did it in four days and it's a country recordu251cu00f6u251cu00e7u252cu00ac my loose interpretation of what country music is.(13) Tom claims that his sore toe is infected and that his tooth, which is loose , aches.(14) The farmer had three loose teeth and another three that were missing.(15) And I so badly want to surrender, desperate to loose myself but there is nothing.(16) Such epic historical recreations in film have in the past left themselves open to severe criticism with their somewhat loose , sometimes ignorant interpretations of fact.
Related Words
(1) hang loose ::
pakabinti palaidi
(2) let loose ::
(3) get loose ::
(4) break loose ::
(5) on the loose ::
apie laisvas
(6) loose change ::
laisvas keitimas
(7) loose coupling ::
silpna sąveika
(8) loose ends ::
neužbaigti reikalai
(9) too loose ::
per laisvas
(10) loose end ::
laisvas galas
1. not fixed in place ::
nėra pritvirtintos
3. free ::
4. vague ::
5. baggy ::
6. promiscuous ::
7. indiscreet ::
8. slack ::
9. informal ::
12. open ::
13. lax ::
14. idle ::
15. free ::
16. relax ::
17. unleash ::
18. loosen ::
19. unloose ::
20. free ::
1. taut ::
2. tense ::
3. tight ::
4. Compact
5. Tight
6. Affixed
7. Confine
8. Stiffen
9. Constrained
10. Restricted
11. Taut
12. Clear
13. Definite
14. Precise
15. Strict
16. Clean
Different Forms
loose, loosed, loosely, looseness, looses, loosing
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

- Loose a few more shafts.
- Don\'t.

- Loose a few more shafts. - Don't.

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 2

If we turn the dragons loose,

If we turn the dragons LOOSE,

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 2



Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 9



Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 9

Cut her loose, too.
Do you see her sulking about it?

Cut her LOOSE, too. Do you see her sulking about it?

Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 7

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