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  1. miss

    • IPA[mɪs]

    英式

    • v.
      fail to hit, reach, or come into contact with (something aimed at);pass by without touching; chance not to hit
    • n.
      a failure to hit, catch, or reach something;an unsuccessful record or film
    • verb: miss, 3rd person present: misses, gerund or present participle: missing, past tense: missed, past participle: missed

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. fail to hit, reach, or come into contact with (something aimed at):

      a laser-guided bomb had missed its target

      he shot twice at the cashier, but missed both times

    • 2. pass by without touching; chance not to hit:

      the plane narrowly missed the control tower

    • 3. fail to catch (something thrown or dropped):

      Mandy missed the catch, and flung the ball back crossly

      Callison tried for a catch and missed

    • 4. fail to notice, hear, or understand:

      the villa is impossible to miss—it's right by the road

      these questions miss the point

    • 5. fail to attend, participate in, or watch (something one is expected to do or habitually does):

      Teague looks certain to miss England's match against Fiji

    • 6. be too late to catch (a passenger vehicle or the post):

      we'll miss the train if he doesn't hurry

    • 7. fail to see or have a meeting with (someone):

      ‘Potter's been here this morning?’ ‘You've just missed him.’

    • 8. not be able to experience or fail to take advantage of (an opportunity or chance):

      don't miss the chance to visit the breathtaking Dolomites

      he failed to recover from a leg injury and missed out on a trip to Barcelona

    • 9. avoid; escape:

      Christmas shoppers go out early to miss the crowds

    • 10. (of a woman) fail to have (a monthly period):

      how many periods have you missed?

      I think I'm pregnant—this is the second time I've missed

    • 11. notice the loss or absence of:

      he's rich—he won't miss the money

      she slipped away when she thought she wouldn't be missed

    • 12. feel regret or sadness at no longer being able to enjoy the presence of:

      she misses all her old friends

    • 13. feel regret or sadness at no longer being able to go to, do, or have:

      I still miss France and I wish I could go back

    • 14. (of an engine or motor vehicle) undergo failure of ignition in one or more cylinders:

      the motor began missing and investigation found a cracked cylinder head

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a failure to hit, catch, or reach something:

      the penalty miss cost us the game

    • 2. an unsuccessful record or film:

      it is the public who decide whether a film is a hit or a miss

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    • IPA[mis]

    美式

    • v.
      fail to hit, reach, or come into contact with (something aimed at):
    • a laser-guided bomb had missed its target

      he was given two free throws, but missed both times

    • n.
      a failure to hit, catch, or reach something:
    • Elster's stunning catch in the third inning made up for his dreadful miss in the first

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    • IPA[mis]

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    • n.
      a title prefixed to the name of an unmarried woman or girl, or to that of a married woman retaining her maiden name for professional purposes:
    • Miss Hazel Armstrong

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    英式

    • n.
      a title prefixed to the name of an unmarried woman or girl, or to that of a married woman retaining her maiden name for professional purposes:
    • Miss Hazel Armstrong

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    • IPA[mis]

    美式

    • n.
      a miscarriage:
    • she had a miss, that time, lost the baby

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    • IPA[mɪs]

    英式

    • n.
      a miscarriage:
    • she had a miss, that time, lost the baby

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  2. 知識+

    • missed/missing---辯意

      ...個以上的意義都通, 這就要看原文前後的意義來判斷. miss 動詞有遺失和懷念兩個意思, 而動詞分詞可以當作形容詞...走失的小孩 (意義上單純形容詞失蹤的意思) B. a missed child: 走失的小孩 (意義上強調 "被大人弄丟了") C...

    • Don't miss missing you 中文歌詞

      ...您好 Claudia Cream–Don't miss missing you Sometimes i hide with your...and night 在每個日子裡,不去思念你的一切 I miss what could, could have been 我懷念著過往本來屬於我們...

    • 英文MISS用法

      vt. 及物動詞變化形 missed; missed; missing; 1.未擊中; 未得到; 未達到; 未看到; 未聽到...開了槍, 但未打中。 2.未履行; 未出席; 未趕上, 錯過[+v-ing] . She missed going to the party on Saturday. 星期六她沒能出席聚會。 3.逃過...