The term refers to loss

  • Generally the " getting lost " of something material, such as property, or a related person. The verb lose denotes the opposite of victory.
  • In economics the opposition to win. The expense is greater than the sum of all income. See also net loss.
  • The disappearance of an object from the collection, but not necessarily from the property of a person.
  • The death of a person, with their criminal Unbewertbarkeit ( "Dead checked you can not" ) and accompanied the distribution of their heritage.

See also:

  • The loss
  • Loss of information
  • Loss carryforward
  • Dissipation
  • Disambiguation