Difference between loose and lose
There is a huge difference between loose and lose. Lose is a verb which means
to fail to keep; (as in- I don’t want to lose your trust.)
to fail to win ; (as in- I was prepared to lose the match.)
The word is also used for something that has not happened yet, but will happen (warning)
-you are about to lose your gloves, put them in your bag.
– you will lose your mind if you keep thinking this way.
Loose is an adjective which means-
not tight; (as in- I like loose fitting shirts.)
Loose can be used as a verb meaning to unleash (e.g., to loose anger over nothing)