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miss

美 [mɪs]
英 [mɪs]
  • v.错过;思念;怀念;赶不上
  • n.错过;女士;未击中;(选美比赛优胜者的头衔)小姐
  • 网络想念;失去;失误
第三人称单数:misses  现在分词:missing  过去式:missed  
Miss
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v.
未击中;错过not hit, catch, etc.
1.
[t][i]
未击中;未得到;未达到;错过to fail to hit, catch, reach, etc. sth
How many goals has he missed this season?
这个赛季他射丢了多少个球?
The bullet missed her by about six inches.
子弹从她身边飞过,离她大约只有六英寸。
She threw a plate at him and only narrowly missed .
她朝他甩出一个盘子,差一点打中他。
She narrowly missed hitting him.
她差一点没打着他。
不闻;不见not hear/see
2.
[t]
~ sth
未见到;未听到;未觉察to fail to hear, see or notice sth
The hotel is the only white building on the road─ you can't miss it .
酒店是这条路上唯一的白色建筑,你不会看不见的。
Don't miss next week's issue!
别错过下周那一期!
I missed her name.
我没听清她的名字。
Your mother will know who's moved in─she doesn't miss much .
你妈会知道谁搬进来了,很少有她注意不到的。
不懂not understand
3.
[t]
~ sth
不理解;不懂to fail to understand sth
He completely missed the joke.
这个笑话他一点也没听懂。
You're missing the point(= failing to understand the main part) of what I'm saying.
你没明白我的意思。
不在;不去not be/go somewhere
4.
[t]
~ sth
不在;不去;错过to fail to be or go somewhere
She hasn't missed a game all year.
她一年中一场比赛都没错过。
You missed a good party last night(= because you did not go) .
你昨晚错过了一次愉快的聚会。
‘Are you coming to the school play?’ ‘ I wouldn't miss it for the world .’
“你来看学生演戏吗?”“我说什么也不能错过呀。”
不做not do sth
5.
[t]
~ sth
不做;错过to fail to do sth
You can't afford to miss meals(= not eat meals) when you're in training.
你在接受训练,可不能不吃饭呀。
to miss a turn(= to not play when it is your turn in a game)
错过一轮比赛
6.
[t]
~ (doing) sth
错过机会to not take the opportunity to do sth
The sale prices were too good to miss .
那次价格优惠真的不可错过。
It was an opportunity not to be missed .
机不可失,时不再来。
迟到be late
7.
[t]
~ sth/sb.~ doing sth
迟到;赶不上;错过to be or arrive too late for sth
If I don't leave now I'll miss my plane.
现在不走我就赶不上飞机了。
Sorry I'm late─have I missed anything?
对不起,我来晚了。我错过什么了吗?
‘Is Ann there?’ ‘You've just missed her(= she has just left) .’
“安在吗?”“她刚走。”
伤心feel sad
8.
[t]
怀念;思念to feel sad because you can no longer see sb or do sth that you like
She will be greatly missed when she leaves.
她走了以后,人们会非常思念她的。
What did you miss most when you were in France?
你在法国的时候最怀念的是什么?
I don't miss getting up at six every morning!
我才不想每天早上六点钟起床哩!
发觉某物不在notice sth not there
9.
[t]
~ sb/sth
发觉丢失;发觉…不在原处to notice that sb/sth is not where they/it should be
When did you first miss the necklace?
你最早发觉项链不见了是什么时候?
We seem to be missing some students this morning.
今天早上我们好像有几位同学没到。
避开坏事avoid sth bad
10.
[t]
避开(不愉快的事)to avoid sth unpleasant
If you go now you should miss the crowds.
你如果现在走,就可以避开人群。
He fell and just missed knocking the whole display over.
他摔了一跤,差一点把全部展品碰翻。
IDM
he, she, etc. doesnt miss a trick
(informal)
不失时机;很机敏used to say that sb notices every opportunity to gain an advantage
If you don't buy now, you may find that you've missed the boat.
你如果现在不买,你会错失良机的。
miss the boat
(informal)
错失良机to be unable to take advantage of sth because you are too late
If you don't buy now, you may find that you've missed the boat.
你如果现在不买,你会错失良机的。
Unless I miss my guess
我的判断没错的话,你的电脑需要更换一个新的硬盘驱动器。
miss your guess
(informal)
做错;犯错to make a mistake
Unless I miss my guess
我的判断没错的话,你的电脑需要更换一个新的硬盘驱动器。
n.
称谓title/form of address
1.
(用于未婚女子姓氏或姓名前,以示礼貌)小姐,女士used before the family name, or the first and family name, of a woman who is not married, in order to speak or write to her politely
That's all, thank you, Miss Lipman.
就这些,谢谢,李普曼小姐。
2.
(选美比赛优胜者的头衔)小姐a title given to the winner of a beauty contest in a particular country, town, etc.
Miss Brighton
布赖顿小姐
the Miss World contest
世界小姐选美比赛
3.
(informal)
(称呼不知姓名的年轻女子)小姐used especially by men to address a young woman when they do not know her name
Will that be all, Miss?
就这些吗,小姐?
4.
(informal)
(学生对女教师的称呼)used as a form of address by children in some schools to a woman teacher, whether she is married or not
Good morning, Miss!
老师早!
5.
少女;年轻女子a girl or young woman
未击中;错过not hit, catch, etc.
6.
未击中;未得到;未到达;错过a failure to hit, catch or reach sth
He scored two goals and had another two near misses .
他攻进两球,另有两球也险些破门。
IDM
I think I'll give badminton a miss tonight.
我今晚不想打羽毛球了。
give sth a miss
(informal)
不予理睬;不理会;决定不做to decide not to do sth, eat sth, etc.
I think I'll give badminton a miss tonight.
我今晚不想打羽毛球了。
a miss is as good as a mile
错误再小也是错;功败垂成仍为败there is no real difference between only just failing in sth and failing in it badly because the result is still the same

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