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How is Loose differerent from Lose?

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asked on 21 Jan 2011
William Weeks William Weeks
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This one drives a lot of people crazy, including me. In fact, it’s so prevalent among bloggers that I once feared I was missing something, and somehow “loose” was a proper substitute for “lose” in some other English-speaking countries. Here’s a hint: it’s not.

If your pants are too loose, you might lose your pants.

answered on 21 Jan 2011
Joe Seb Joe Seb
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