This page is about the collocation lose control
collocation pattern: verb + noun
to no longer be in control of something
- It's easy to lose control of your car when the roads are slippery.
- If their teacher hadn't lost control, the kids would've been sitting quietly at their desks.
Related collocations with opposite meanings include "keep control" and "gain control"
After losing control of her dog, the owner
Contributor: Matt Errey