110 matches in 2 dictionaries.
man of loose build13 USA: mæ'n ʌ·v luː's bɪ'ld UK: mæn ɔv luːs bɪld
at a loose end13 USA: æ't eɪ' luː's e'nd UK: ət eɪ luːs end
be on the loose13 USA: biː· ɔ'n ðiː· luː's UK: biː ɔn ðiː luːs
go on the loose13 USA: goʊ' ɔ'n ðiː· luː's UK: goʊ ɔn ðiː luːs
have a screw loose13 USA: hæ'v eɪ' skruː' luː's UK: hæv eɪ skruː luːs
have a srew loose3
play fast and loose13 USA: pleɪ' fæ'st ʌ·nd luː's UK: pleɪ fɑst ənd luːs
be at a loose end13 USA: biː· æ't eɪ' luː's e'nd UK: biː ət eɪ luːs end
the money was loose in his pocket13 USA: ðiː· mʌ'niː· wʌ·z luː's ɪ'n hʌ·z pɔ'kʌ·t UK: ðiː mʌniː wɔz luːs ɪn hɪz pɔkɪt
her hair fell loose over her shoulder13 USA: həː' he'r fe'l luː's oʊ'vəː· həː' ʃoʊ'ldəː· UK: həːr heər fel luːs oʊvər həːr ʃoʊldər
he has a loose tongue13 USA: hiː' hʌ·z eɪ' luː's tʌ'ŋ UK: hiː hæz eɪ luːs tʌŋ
play fast and loose with2 USA: pleɪ' fæ'st ʌ·nd luː's wʌ·ð UK: pleɪ fɑst ənd luːs wɪð
play fast and loose with sy2 USA: pleɪ' fæ'st ʌ·nd luː's wʌ·ð saɪ'
he tried to get his hand loose13 USA: hiː' traɪ'd tʌ· gɪ't hʌ·z hæ'nd luː's UK: hiː traɪd tuː get hɪz hænd luːs
loose boot [Am.]
(loose) chippings
loose contact
loose cords
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