Learn more. loose definition: 1. not firmly held or fastened in place: 2. free. Loose Sentences: Main Followed by Detail. (grammar) oración acumulativa nf + adj: loose stools npl plural noun: Noun always used in plural form--for example, "jeans," "scissors." Where it is a verb, it means to release—for example, they loosed the dogs on the intruders—but the word is only rarely used this way.It also has a noun sense mainly confined to the idiom on the loose, which means at large.. Loose things are not…. Synonyms and related words +-Free and independent. Here are some loose sentence examples: I went to the movies yesterday, bought candy, and shopped at the mall. Loose is mainly an adjective used to describe things that are not tightly fitted. Even when a twisting force works on these hoses 81-84, the connector, etc do not get loose but securely fixed. (grammar) phrase (complexe) avec juxtaposition, phrase avec propositions juxtaposées nf nom féminin : s'utilise avec les articles "la", "l'" (devant une voyelle ou un h muet), "une" . turn/set/let someone loose (= allow someone to be free): The kidnappers had set him loose on a dark country lane. Loose hair is not tied back: 3. (liquid faeces) diarrea, colitis nf nombre femenino: Sustantivo de … break/shake/get loose (from someone/something) (= become free): The woman managed to break loose from her attacker and run for help. 例文帳に追加 スティックホース81，82およびバケットホース83，84に捩れの力が加わってもコネクタなどが緩むことがなく確実に固定できる。 independent. A looser is a loser who can't spell "loser". The opposite of "tighter,"; more loose; less restrained. loose sentence n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. These phrases or clauses add information to the main or independent clause. loose sentence n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. Often confused with "loser," a word describing a person that nobody likes, by the idiots who wrote the other two definitions for this word.
A loose sentence, also called a cumulative sentence, begins with a main clause that is followed by phrases and/or clauses that modify the main clause.