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  • 1 loss — n 1: physical, emotional, or esp. economic harm or damage sustained: as a: decrease in value, capital, or amount compare gain b: an amount by which the cost of something (as goods or services) exceeds the selling price compare …

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  • 2 loss — is a generic and relative term. It signifies the act of losing or the thing lost; it is not a word of limited, hard and fast meaning and has been held synonymous with, or equivalent to, damage , damages , deprivation , detriment , injury , and… …

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  • 3 loss — is a generic and relative term. It signifies the act of losing or the thing lost; it is not a word of limited, hard and fast meaning and has been held synonymous with, or equivalent to, damage , damages , deprivation , detriment , injury , and… …

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  • 4 loss — W1S2 [lɔs US lo:s] n [: Old English; Origin: los destruction ] 1.) [U and C] the fact of no longer having something, or of having less of it than you used to have, or the process by which this happens loss of ▪ The court awarded Ms Dixon £7,000… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 5 loss — [ lɔs ] noun *** ▸ 1 no longer having something ▸ 2 having less than before ▸ 3 failure to win race etc. ▸ 4 money lost ▸ 5 death of someone ▸ 6 sadness from death/loss ▸ 7 disadvantage from loss ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) count or uncount the state of not …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 6 Loss — may refer to:*A negative difference between retail price and cost of production *An event in which the team or individual in question did not win. *Loss (baseball), a pitching statistic in baseball *Attenuation, a reduction in amplitude and… …

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  • 7 Loss of chance in English law — refers to a particular problem of causation, which arises in tort and contract. The law is invited to assess hypothetical outcomes, either affecting the claimant or a third party, where the defendant s breach of contract or of the duty of care… …

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  • 8 Loss mitigation — [http://www.hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/nsc/lmmltrs.cfm [Loss Mitigation Policy Guidance] ] is used to describe a third party helping a homeowner, a division within a bank that mitigates the loss of the bank, or a firm that handles the process of… …

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  • 9 Loss — (l[o^]s; 115), n. [AS. los loss, losing, fr. le[ o]san to lose. [root]127. See {Lose}, v. t.] 1. The act of losing; failure; destruction; privation; as, the loss of property; loss of money by gaming; loss of health or reputation. [1913 Webster]… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 10 loss-making — ˈloss ˌmaking adjective FINANCE a loss making product or business activity is one that does not make a profit: • Loss making, state owned businesses will be sold off. loss maker noun [countable] : • The plant has long been a loss maker for Volvo …

    Financial and business terms

  • 11 loss-maker — loss making ˈloss ˌmaking adjective FINANCE a loss making product or business activity is one that does not make a profit: • Loss making, state owned businesses will be sold off. loss maker noun [countable] : • The plant has long been a loss… …

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  • 12 Loss control consultant — (also loss control representative) is a person possessing a demonstrated knowledge and / or education in the arts and science of Safety Engineering and Risk Management. A typical Loss Control Consultant will possess a college degree in… …

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  • 13 Loss control representative — (also loss control consultant) is a person possessing a demonstrated knowledge and / or education in the arts and science of Safety Engineering and Risk Management. A typical Loss Control Representative will possess a college degree in… …

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  • 14 Loss of use — is the inability, due to a tort or other injury to use a body part, animal, equipment, premises, or other property. Law.com defines it as the inability to use an automobile, premises or some equipment due to damage to the vehicle, premises or… …

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  • 15 Loss of consortium — is a term used in the law of torts that refers to the deprivation of the benefits of a family relationship due to injuries caused by a tortfeasor. Loss of consortium is not a historical tort under English common law but arrived via statute as… …

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  • 16 Loss (film) — Loss Nereikalingi žmonės Theatrical poster Directed by Maris Martinsons Produced by Živile Gallego Linda Krukle Maris Mar …

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  • 17 Loss of heterozygosity — (LOH) in a cell represents the loss of normal function of one allele of a gene in which the other allele was already inactivated. This term is mostly used in the context of oncogenesis; after an inactivating mutation in one allele of a tumor… …

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  • 18 Loss given default (LGD) — Loss Given Default or LGD is a common parameter in Risk Models and also a parameter used in the calculation of Economic Capital or Regulatory Capital under Basel II for a banking institution. This is an attribute of any exposure on bank s… …

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  • 19 loss leader — ˈloss ˌleader noun [countable] 1. MARKETING a product or service that is sold at a loss, but that is intended to encourage people to buy other, profitable products or services: • Supermarkets sometimes sell bread as a loss leader to bring in… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 20 loss adjuster — noun An assessor employed by an insurance company, usu in fire damage claims • • • Main Entry: ↑loss * * * loss adjuster UK US noun [countable] [singular loss adjuster plural …

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