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Losing Streak ( a period of time with no wins ... )

"Losing Streak"

A losing streak is when you continue losing.

You are "on a losing streak" when you have lost a number of games without winning one game.

Example: "We are on a five game losing streak." Reply: "Losing five games in a row is not good."

"A losing streak" is when you continue to lose for a number of games.

Example: "We have lost three games in a row. We must stop this losing streak."

When you have lost a number of games without winning one game you are "on a losing streak".

Example: "We were doing well until we hit this losing streak."

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