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lossy

(ˈlɒsɪ)
adj
(Electrical Engineering) (of a dielectric material, transmission line, etc) designed to have a high attenuation; dissipating energy: lossy line. Compare lossless
[C20: from loss]
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Adj.1.lossy - characterized by or causing dissipation of energy
lossless - characterized by or causing no dissipation of energy
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