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Losses

Meanings and phrases

losses

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n.
  1. something lost (especially money lost at gambling); losings

heavy losses

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E.g.
  • The Red Army inflicted heavy losses on the enemy.
  • Ichiki's assault was defeated with heavy losses.
  • Demosthenes' allies also suffered heavy losses.

suffered heavy losses

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E.g.
  • Demosthenes' allies also suffered heavy losses.
  • During the Battle of Arnhem this division suffered heavy losses.
  • The freight and part-load goods traffic also suffered heavy losses.

financial losses

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E.g.
  • George Tupper bore the brunt of the financial losses.
  • Amid financial losses, this scheme was discontinued in 2004.
  • CHaP incurred significant financial losses of more than £13 million.

losses during

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E.g.
  • The team amassed 75 wins against 67 losses during the Mike Rice years.
  • The harvesting periods became shorter, and the losses during collection were minimized.
  • The French military, civilian and material losses during the First World War were huge.

losses due

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E.g.
  • These weatherstrips are critical to reduce to a minimum energy losses due to air leakage.
  • Besides this the Front had to suffer heavy losses due to the "Derg"'s offensives in the region.
  • It is also important to take losses due to fuel production, transportation, and storage into account.

significant losses

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E.g.
  • At the end of 1779, the British at Halifax experienced some significant losses.
  • Farnsworth was killed in the attack, and his brigade suffered significant losses.
  • All across the battlefield, despite significant losses, the Union defenders held their lines.

consecutive losses

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E.g.
  • The draw with Brighton was followed by three consecutive losses.
  • Following three consecutive losses, Montague was released from the promotion.
  • On November 3, 2015, he was dismissed, after only four games, after three consecutive losses.

economic losses

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E.g.
  • The economic losses affected everyone.
  • Direct economic losses were estimated at 3.5 billion yuan (US$552 million).
  • Total economic losses in China were counted to be CNY 19.82 billion (US$3.126 billion).

no losses

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E.g.
  • The Fed incurred no losses from the CPFF.
  • they made it across with no losses.

job losses

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E.g.
  • It was reported that the deal may result in 1,500 job losses.
  • And, of course, other risks come from things like job losses.
  • These closures resulted in total job losses of 600 in Georgia.

losses suffered

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  • Each appeals to Achille with stories of their losses suffered in the war with Greece.
  • A contemporary account cited a number of reasons for the losses suffered by the Democrats.
  • "Special damages" compensate the claimant for the quantifiable monetary losses suffered by the plaintiff.

suffered losses

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E.g.
  • Pi Kap, like all sororities, suffered losses.
  • The British were overrun, suffered losses, and ran out of ammunition.
  • For the most part, it was a failure and the paper suffered losses in circulation.

severe losses

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E.g.
  • Gen. Alfred Iverson suffered severe losses assaulting the I Corps division of Brig.
  • It is found in Brazil, where it is poisonous to livestock and has caused severe losses.
  • Although Grant suffered severe losses during the campaign, it was a strategic Union victory.

losses against

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  • After losses against No.
  • Nevada suffered three of its five losses against then top-twelve ranked teams.
  • However, losses against Egypt and Nigeria saw Algeria finished fourth place in the tournament.

straight losses

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  • However, the Tigers went home after two straight losses.
  • Penn ends his UFC Career with 7 straight losses, the most straight losses in UFC history.

losses incurred

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  • The financial losses incurred have often been suggested as one of the drivers behind Union.
  • The losses incurred in its defence weakened the garrison in the area, for little corresponding gain.
  • Even the losses incurred in the squadrons' dangerous Blenheim era were exceeded in percentage terms.

huge losses

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  • Hannibal enveloped the Roman force and inflicted huge losses.
  • As Sundqvist was forced to sell most of his shares, he suffered huge losses.
  • Unlike the huge losses in the infantry regiments, only ten cavalry regiments suffered over 200 dead.

great losses

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E.g.
  • The war brought great losses of manpower and resources.
  • They had suffered disproportionately great losses at Frigidus.
  • Due to great losses, the Russian Empire asked Romania to intervene.

suffering heavy losses

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E.g.
  • In 1438, the clans Gunn and Keith joined battle near Wick on the moor of Tannach with both sides suffering heavy losses.
  • After suffering heavy losses the Nazi forces set fire to the village, shot 41 hostages, and deported the remaining residents.
  • His unit, 5/42 Evzones Regiment, was among others withdrawing orderly to the coast, fighting off superior Turkish forces and suffering heavy losses.

total losses

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E.g.
  • The regiment's total losses for Greece and Crete were 27 killed and 47 wounded.
  • Most of the country's significant crop land, including Artibonite Valley, suffered total losses.
  • On the Union side, total losses in Richardson and Birney's outfits numbered 948 men, including Brig.

many losses

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E.g.
  • Reserve Infantry Regiment 31 recorded many losses at Zenith Trench.
  • Poor ground visibility and relatively narrow landing gear track caused many losses on the ground.
  • Years went by as the team experienced many losses just strikes away from American League pennants.
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