Losses [noun]

Definition of Losses:

misfortune, deficit; something misplaced or lost

Opposite/Antonyms of Losses:

Sentence/Example of Losses:

Hurricane Ike, a Category 4 storm that hit Houston in 2008, caused about $20 billion in insured losses in today’s dollars.

That compared to a loss of $15 million on revenue of $28 million in the same period a year earlier.

A significant portion of these losses was attributed to the shutdown of on-site sales from tasting rooms and other on-premise sales.

If you think about it, every metric on the ranking algorithm’s radar makes sense because it corresponds to the 6 key factors that determine Instagram ranking gains and losses.

Unlike the Mystics, who will need to shift a variety of players into new roles to weather their losses, the Sparks have obvious solutions for the loss of both these players.

Anglea said the pandemic is bringing the long-running issue of a lack of shelter beds to light and there’s only going to be an increased need for them as coronavirus-related layoffs and job losses hit individuals and families.

Every second the site is down thousands of dollars are lost and for every second delay in its performance, the loss is even bigger.

The shutdowns disrupted economies around the globe and resulted in massive job losses, but, until now, it was unclear how effective the measures were at curbing the virus’ spread.

Yet scientists have found it oddly hard to say exactly why sleep loss is lethal.

Even the smallest drop in crawling, indexing, and performance capability could result in the loss of significant revenues.