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English Definition
  1. free, liberate, release, unloose, unloosen, loose: grant freedom to; free from confinement
  2. unleash, let loose, loose: turn loose or free from restraint "let loose mines", "Loose terrible plagues upon humanity"
  3. loosen, loose: make loose or looser "loosen the tension on a rope" Antonym: stiffen
  4. loosen, relax, loose: become loose or looser or less tight "The noose loosened", "the rope relaxed" Antonym: stiffen
  1. loose: not compact or dense in structure or arrangement "loose gravel" Antonym: compact
  2. loose: (of a ball in sport) not in the possession or control of any player "a loose ball"
  3. loose: not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting "loose clothing", "the large shoes were very loose" Antonym: tight
  4. informal, loose: not officially recognized or controlled "an informal agreement", "a loose organization of the local farmers"
  5. free, loose, liberal: not literal "a loose interpretation of what she had been told", "a free translation of the poem"
  6. lax, loose: emptying easily or excessively "loose bowels"
  7. unaffixed, loose: not affixed "the stamp came loose"
  8. loose, slack: not tense or taut "the old man's skin hung loose and grey", "slack and wrinkled skin", "slack sails", "a slack rope"
  9. loose, open: (of textures) full of small openings or gaps "an open texture", "a loose weave"
  10. idle, loose: lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility "idle talk", "a loose tongue"
  11. loose: not carefully arranged in a package "a box of loose nails"
  12. at large, escaped, loose, on the loose: 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"
  13. easy, light, loose, promiscuous, sluttish, wanton: casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior "her easy virtue", "he was told to avoid loose (or light) women", "wanton behavior"
  1. loose, free: without restraint "cows in India are running loose"
Chinese fēng liú, sōng, sōng kāi, sōng san, suō, xiāo yáo, 娑, 松, 逍遙, 風流, 鬆, 鬆散, 鬆開, 娑, 松, 松开, 松散, 逍遥, 风流
Dutch beginnen, bijschuiven, diarree-, een aanvang nemen, gaan naar, genaken, iel, in aantocht zijn, kavel, los, luchtig, mul, nabij komen, nader treden, naderbij komen, naderen, perceel, rul, aanpakken
French dйlie, dйlie
German los, locker
Greek αδέσποτος, αδέσποτος
Indonesian membebaskan
Italian sciolta, sciolta
Japanese midara, sanman, shimarinonai, yurui, さんまん, しまりのない, みだら, ゆるい, だぶだぶ, ルーズ, 散漫, 淫ら, 猥ら, 締まりのない, 締まりの無い, 緩い
Korean 자유롭게
Latin laxus
Malay kendur, longgar, urai, bebas, cabul, gembur, goyah, hina, keji, kendur, lepas, longgar, salah, terpencar
Norwegiantapte, tapte
Polish luźny, luźny
Portuguese solta, solta
Russian распускать развязывать
Serbian mek, neodredjen, razresen, labav
Spanish suelta, suelto, flojo
Swedish lцs, lцs