HomeQ&A* He's a born looser -> siempre ha sido y será un perdedor.

* He's a born looser -> siempre ha sido y será un perdedor.

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I found the above translation in Spanish dict. Unfortunately it has committed a common error of English - the confusion in the spelling/meaning of lose and loose !
It should be 'he's a born loser' !

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updated AGO 10, 2008
posted by Nicols

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Gracias !

updated AGO 10, 2008
posted by Nicols
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I have sent the letter, I will give you feedback.

updated AGO 10, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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True, I make this mistake all the time!

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This is the very good dictionary this is cited. i will write to them, let's see what they say.

Nice post, Nicolas

updated AGO 9, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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I would say:

  • He's a born looser. ÿl es un perdedor nato.

  • (él) siempre ha sido y será un perdedor. "He has always been and will be a loser"

updated AGO 9, 2008
posted by iker
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