AskDefine | Define los

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Czech

Noun

los
  1. elk (British), moose (U.S.)

Danish

Noun

los

Dutch

Etymology

From , cognate with English loose.

Adjective

los

Verb

los
  1. first person singular present tense of lossen
  2. singular imperative of lossen

Derived terms

German

Etymology

From los.

Adverb

los (only used in combination with sein (to be) or another verb)
  1. loose (not attached)
  2. rid of
  3. going on

Norwegian

Noun

  1. a pilot (naval)

Old High German

Etymology

From , whence also Old English leas, Old Norse lauss.

Adjective

lōs

Polish

Noun

los (plural losy)
  1. fate
  2. a ticket used in lottery

Slovene

Noun

los

Spanish

Etymology

Latin illos, accusative plural masculine of ille

Definite article

rfc-header Definite article los (masculine plural)
  1. the

Pronoun

los
  1. Accusative form of ellos or ustedes
  2. Plural masculine or neuter pronoun, e.g. los que no hablan, "those who do not speak"

Related terms

See also

Swedish

Noun

los
  1. genitive of lo

Extensive Definition

Los may refer to:
LOS may refer to:
  • Level of service, a measure by which transportation planners reckon the quality of service on transportation devices
  • Line-of-sight propagation, a classification of radio waves where any obstruction between the transmitting and receiving antenna will block the signal
  • Line-of-Sight, an uninterrupted virtual line observed by the shooter to the target.
  • Loan Origination System, a software application or ASP solution for originating loans
  • Loss of signal
  • Law of the Sea, several United Nations events and one treaty that provided new universal legal controls for the management of marine natural resources and the control of pollution
  • Line of supply, the transportation infrastructure that supports a military unit
  • Murtala Mohammed International Airport (IATA airport code:LOS), an airport in Lagos, Nigeria
  • Large offspring syndrome, a phenomenon found occasionally in calves and lambs which are born to parents which have been cloned or otherwise subject to embryo manipulation
  • Length of stay
los in German: Los
los in Esperanto: LOS
los in Korean: LOS
los in Italian: LOS
los in Dutch: Los
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