- adj.松的，宽的; 模糊的; 散漫的; 自由的;
- vt.释放; 不受约束地表达; 松开; 射出（子弹、箭等）;
- vi.变得松散; 发射导弹; 开火;
- 第三人称单数: looses;
- 过去式: loosed;
- 过去分词: loosed;
- 现在分词: loosing;
- 名词: looseness;
One of the screws is loose.
Use loose powder to set your makeup, dusting the excess off with a brush.
Hill let loose a torrent of abuse against those who prosecuted his case.
He had an affair, I found out and then all hell broke loose.
She gathered loose soil and let it filter slowly through her fingers.
She was still in her nightdress, with her hair hanging loose over her shoulders.
Stick down any loose bits of flooring.
Adolescents are most likely to get into trouble when they're at a loose end.
He grabbed his jacket and scrabbled in his desk drawer for some loose change.
Max is a loose cannon politically.
Jack was chased by a loose dog.
Two young men were racing motorcycles on the loose gravel.
The shirt's ideal worn loose over leggings or tuck it in for a streamlined silhouette.
A pistol wasn't that hard to hide under a loose shirt.
The peace treaty will lay the foundations for a loose confederation of sovereign states.
The radio wasn't working because of a loose connection in the wires.
Snowflakes are loose aggregates of ice crystals.
The gleaners gathered up the loose ears of corns.
All the pictures in the book were tipped in carelessly and are beginning to come loose.
He made a few repairs to the stairs where some boards had come loose.
Some of the member states wanted a tighter union rather than the loose confederation that developed.
She is wearing a loose dress.
There is a fly on her loose coil of hair.
Will you nail down that loose board in the floor?
请把那块松动的地板钉牢好 吗 ?
He yanked out a loose tooth.
Its loose plot spoils the novel.
This screw is loose.
Her husband is on the loose.
Also, don't wear loose clothes, long scarves, big necklaces, or loose belts — they get caught in something or fall into liquid.
2017年高考英语全国卷2 听力 原文收起真题例句
1. grant freedom to; free from confinement
2. turn loose or free from restraint;
"let loose mines"
"Loose terrible plagues upon humanity"
3. make loose or looser;
"loosen the tension on a rope"
4. become loose or looser or less tight;
"The noose loosened"
"the rope relaxed"
1. not restrained or confined or attached;
"a pocket full of loose bills"
"knocked the ball loose"
"got loose from his attacker"
2. not compact or dense in structure or arrangement;
3. (of a ball in sport) not in the possession or control of any player;
"a loose ball"
4. not tight; not closely constrained or constricted or constricting;
"the large shoes were very loose"
5. not officially recognized or controlled;
"an informal agreement"
"a loose organization of the local farmers"
6. not literal;
"a loose interpretation of what she had been told"
"a free translation of the poem"
7. emptying easily or excessively;
8. not affixed;
"the stamp came loose"
9. not tense or taut;
"the old man's skin hung loose and gray"
"slack and wrinkled skin"
"a slack rope"
10. (of textures) full of small openings or gaps;
"an open texture"
"a loose weave"
11. not fixed firmly or tightly;
"the bolts became loose over time"
"a loose chair leg"
12. lacking a sense of restraint or responsibility;
"a loose tongue"
13. not carefully arranged in a package;
"a box of loose nails"
14. freely producing mucus;
"a loose phlegmy cough"
15. 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"
16. casual and unrestrained in sexual behavior;
"her easy virtue"
"he was told to avoid loose (or light) women"
17. not bound or fastened or gathered together;
1. without restraint;
"cows in India are running loose"
hang (或 stay) loose
[often as imperative](informal, chiefly US)be relaxed; refrain from taking anything too seriously
hang loose, baby!.
on the loose
At large; free.
Acting in an uninhibited fashion.
放松 撒放 自由密集争球
- play fast and loose with somebody
He was playing fast and loose with his girlfriend. So she left him.
- play fast and loose with somebody