What is the difference between lose and loose??
Buddy, go to dictionary.com and see for yourself. LOOSE means something isn't tight but LOOSE on something, as in the response above as "Your shirt is loose." LOSE means you the opposite of WIN. You will LOSE money if you keep spending it on a casino machine for the rest of your life. I will LOSE my license if I don't put it up. She will LOSE the battle in court. Get it?
I think Loose is as in, you are going to Loose this race
and Lose is as in, don't take that with you your going to Lose it
I do belive that is it
Lose is like saying you lost something. Example: We are going to lose the game.
An example of loose would be: She is wearing a loose skirt.
Loose means that the screw is to Loose, or that the shirt was Loose on me.
Lose means I hope my team doesn't Lose the game.
So many people are using these words interchangably now, it's rightening. The same thing with "Every day" and "Everyday."
Loose is like : ' This shirt is LOOSE on me.
Lose is like: ' You are going to LOSE if you don't listen to me.
Loose- when a piece of clothing fits big on a person; something isn't on tight. Lose- lost.
for me loose is something is bigger than your original size that you have to loosen it,,
Actually it is lose this race...