lose out on
- . to fail to secure or make use of ⇒
we lost out on the sale
Example Sentences Including 'lose out on'
But Dicks said: `England just cannot afford to lose out on players as talented as Bowyer.
Sun, News of the World (2000)
Dr Cunneen says West Australians lose out on precious hours of sunlight for recreation.
The Australian (2005)
I know, you're afraid I'll try to catch up with that girl, and that we'll lose out on what she's going to give us.
Follow the Sharks
If my father didn't have any children, she'd lose out on a second chance.
Time of the Wolf
If you have more than one, they make you lose out on all sorts of benefits.
Tears of Blood - A Cry for Tibet
Meanwhile, Arsenal could lose out on £15million Dutch sensation Mark van Bommel.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
That means Russia would lose out on a nearly US$1 billion ($1.73 billion) deal to construct the Bushehr nuclear power plant in Iran.
New Zealand Herald (2003)
The first is the fact that companies do not wish to lose out on even a small proportion of the best talent doing the rounds.
Business Today (2000)
The only thing we'll lose out on is the finance company kick back to me, but we'll just have to live with that.
KICK BACK (2002)
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