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You lose in Spanish 🇪🇸

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you lose pierdes
How to say “you lose” in Spanish? “Pierdes”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “pierdes” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on you lose in Spanish like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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Unas veces se gana…

…otras se pierde.

a year ago


Normal speech: pier-DES
IPA: /’pjeɾ.des/

7 months ago


Normal speech: pier-DES
IPA: /’pjeɾ.des/

7 months ago


Indicative present tú form of perder

8 months ago

pierdes info.

Tips to remember the word “pierdes”:
1. It sounds similar to the English word “pier,” as if you’re “losing” the ground beneath you on a pier.
2. Associate “pierdes” with the English phrase “you lose,” where “pier” rhymes with “lose.”
3. Remember the Spanish word for loss, “pérdida” – “pierdes” shares the same root.

– “Pierdes” is the second person singular (tú) form of the verb “perder” in the present indicative, which means “to lose.”

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Perder” is the infinitive form, meaning “to lose.”
– Synonyms include “fracasar” (to fail), “ser derrotado” (to be defeated), or “sucumbir” (to succumb), although they may carry slightly different connotations.

Conjugations of “perder”:
– Infinitive: perder
РPresent indicative: yo pierdo, t̼ pierdes, ̩l/ella/Ud. pierde, nosotros/nosotras perdemos, vosotros/vosotras perd̩is, ellos/ellas/Uds. pierden
– Preterite (simple past): yo perdí, tú perdiste, él/ella/Ud. perdió, nosotros/nosotras perdimos, vosotros/vosotras perdisteis, ellos/ellas/Uds. perdieron
– Imperfect (past): yo perdía, tú perdías, él/ella/Ud. perdía, nosotros/nosotras perdíamos, vosotros/vosotras perdíais, ellos/ellas/Uds. perdían
– Future: yo perderé, tú perderás, él/ella/Ud. perderá, nosotros/nosotras perderemos, vosotros/vosotras perderéis, ellos/ellas/Uds. perderán

Examples of sentences using “pierdes”:
– Si no prestas atención, pierdes detalles importantes. (If you don’t pay attention, you lose important details.)
– Cuando juegas al ajedrez y no proteges tu reina, pierdes ventaja. (When you play chess and don’t protect your queen, you lose advantage.)
– Si te rindes ahora, pierdes la oportunidad de ganar. (If you give up now, you lose the chance to win.)

a few seconds ago

pierdes info.

To remember “pierdes,” which is the second person singular (tú) form of the verb “perder,” you might consider associating the verb with the English term “to perish,” which has a similar beginning and can remind you of loss, or “to misplace,” which is a similar concept. “Pierdes” directly translates to “you lose,” with “you” being the informal singular form in Spanish.

Other words that mean the same thing or are related to “perder” are:
– Fracasas (you fail)
– Sales derrotado/a (you come out defeated)

“Perder” is the infinitive form of the verb, which means “to lose.” Here are the conjugations for “perder” in the present, past, and future indicative tenses:

– Present:
– Yo pierdo (I lose)
РT̼ pierdes (you [informal] lose)
– Él/Ella/Usted pierde (he/she/you [formal] loses)
– Nosotros/Nosotras perdemos (we lose)
РVosotros/Vosotras perd̩is (you [plural informal] lose)
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes pierden (they/you [plural formal] lose)

– Preterite (simple past):
– Yo perdí (I lost)
РT̼ perdiste (you [informal] lost)
– Él/Ella/Usted perdió (he/she/you [formal] lost)
– Nosotros/Nosotras perdimos (we lost)
– Vosotros/Vosotras perdisteis (you [plural informal] lost)
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes perdieron (they/you [plural formal] lost)

– Future:
РYo perder̩ (I will lose)
– Tú perderás (you [informal] will lose)
– Él/Ella/Usted perderá (he/she/you [formal] will lose)
– Nosotros/Nosotras perderemos (we will lose)
РVosotros/Vosotras perder̩is (you [plural informal] will lose)
– Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes perderán (they/you [plural formal] will lose)

Examples of sentences using “pierdes”:
– Si no estudias, pierdes la oportunidad de aprobar el examen. (If you don’t study, you lose the opportunity to pass the exam.)
– Jugamos al ajedrez y siempre pierdes. (We play chess and you always lose.)
– Si te distraes, pierdes el enfoque. (If you get distracted, you lose focus.)

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