LOSS

Attenuation of an optical signal, usually measured in dB.

loss

  1. the act of losing
  2. something that is lost
  3. the amount by which the cost of a business exceeds its revenue
  4. gradual decline in amount or activity
  5. the disadvantage that results from losing something
  6. military personnel lost by death or capture
  7. the experience of losing a loved one
  8. euphemistic expressions for death

LOSS

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Loss

- Excess of EXPENDITURES over REVENUE for a period or activity. Also, for tax purposes, an excess of basis over the amount realized in a transaction. (See NET INCOME.)
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loss

(laws) the amount by which a quantity or group is diminished; something that escapes from its owner's possession. insensible loss , insensible water loss the amount of fluid lost on a daily basis from the lungs, skin, and respiratory tract, as well as water excreted in th...
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Loss

(n) Loss is the reduction in value of a business, article, property etc happened as an effect of the occurrence or non-occurrence of an event or action. Eg. Loss on sale of a property
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loss

[n] - gradual decline in amount or activity 2. [n] - something that is lost 3. [n] - the amount by which the cost of a business exceeds its revenue 4. [n] - the experience of losing a loved one 5. [n] - the disadvantage that results from losing something 6. [n] - the act of losing
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Loss

• (v. t.) The state of being lost or destroyed; especially, the wreck or foundering of a ship or other vessel. • (v. t.) The act of losing; failure; destruction; privation; as, the loss of property; loss of money by gaming; loss of health or reputation. • (v. t.) The state of losing or having lost; the privation, defect, misfortune, ...
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loss

deprivation noun the disadvantage that results from losing something; `his loss of credibility led to his resignation`; `losing him is no great deprivation`
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Loss

[baseball] This is a category for managers of Danish football team, AC Horsens ...
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Loss

Loss (lŏs; 115) noun [ Anglo-Saxon los loss, losing, from leĆ³san to lose. √127. See Lose , transitive verb ] 1. The act of losing; failure; destruction; privation; as, the loss of property; loss of money by gaming; l...
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Loss

1) The value placed on injury or damages due to an accident caused by another's negligence, breach of contract, or other wrongdoing. The amount of monetary damages can be determined in a lawsuit. 2) When expenses are greater than profits, the difference between the amount of money spent and the income.
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Loss

A feeling of emotional deprivation that is experienced at some point in time. For a birth parent the
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loss

A loss arises when the income or proceeds received are less than the expenses or cost. There are detailed rules on how tax relief can be claimed on losses.
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Loss

A loss arises when the income or proceeds received are less than the expenses or cost. There are detailed rules on how tax relief can be claimed on losses.
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Loss

Consequences of a defect or failure, expressed in terms of costs, injuries, loss of life, etc.
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loss

In business, the opposite of profit, when revenues are less than costs. ...
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Loss

Loss:
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Loss

Missing area in one or more layers of the painting; most frequently the result of flaking, abrasion, tearing, etc. Loss Examples
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loss

n. 1) the value placed on injury or damages due to an accident caused by another's negligence, a breach of contract or other wrongdoing. The amount of monetary damages can be determined in a lawsuit. 2) when expenses are greater than profits, the difference between the amount of money spent and the income.
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Loss

See Net loss .
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Loss

The aggregate attenuation of a signal due to interaction with its environment.
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Loss

The difference between potential energy output and actual energy output.
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Loss

The net summation of damage and personal injury resulting from an accident.
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Loss

The opposite of gain.
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