2 a person with a record of failing; someone who loses consistently [syn: failure, nonstarter, unsuccessful person] [ant: achiever]
3 a gambler who loses a bet [ant: winner]
- Rhymes: -uːzə(r)
- A person who fails to
- In a two-horse race there is always one winner and one loser.
- Someone who loses in a specified manner.
- He was always a good loser.
- Someone with bad luck
or poor skills who
- I’m a constant loser in love.
- Something of poor quality.
- That dictionary is a loser!
- A person of unhappy
- That guy is a born loser!
- A contemptible or unfashionable person.
- That person is a loser!
- Someone that has lost weight. (a recent term, originally from
but now has come from NBC show "The
- She is such a loser, she lost 15 kilos!
Someone who loses in a specified manner
Someone with bad luck or poor skills who consistently loses
Something of poor quality
- indefinite plural of los
Loser is the antonym of winner, often used as an insult, and may also refer to:
loser in German: Loser (Begriffsklärung)
loser in Finnish: Luuseri
also-ran, bankrupt, bomb, booby, bummer, bust, clinker, con, defeatee, duck, dud, failure, fall guy, false alarm, fiasco, flop, game loser, good loser, good sport, hard-luck guy, hardcase, jailbird, lag, lemon, misfit, nebbish, poor unfortunate, sad sack, schlemiel, schlimazel, sport, stooge, sure loser, the vanquished, underdog, unfortunate, victim, washout