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lose money

This page is about the collocation lose money

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to have less money after gambling, investing, starting a business, etc.

For example

  • Our company's losing money, and I'm getting really worried.

  • My husband's got a serious gambling problem. He's already lost all our money.

Note:
A related collocation is "lose (your) savings"

Quick Quiz

After losing all his money at the casino, Lee felt

a. really excited

b. really wealthy

c. really terrible

Contributor: Matt Errey