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missverb

  • ja逃す、しそこなう
  • ento fail to do something or be somewhere; be unsuccessful

Examples

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Your favorite athlete closes in for a victorious win.
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The crowd holds its breath,
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and at the crucial moment, she misses the shot.
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Miss it, Steve Perry.
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Steve Perry.
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Yes, 3 outs. I'm up.
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Did I miss?
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No, you got it all in.
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Now he's on the target zone.
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He's got to hit that target with the back half of his car.
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And he's missed the target!
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Oh, how did I miss?
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So, David, did you get fired? Or is there gonna be a hearing?
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- She's asking so she can be there to support you. - Oh, yeah.
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I wouldn't miss it. I'm so excited.

Other meanings for miss...

missverb

  • ja逃す、見逃す
  • ento be or arrive too late for something
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I'm here!
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I'm here, I'm here.
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You can start the meeting now.
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The meeting is over, you're late.
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You missed roll call and the tutorial on using the new copiers.
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Stan! Move it!
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Oh, no!
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I'm missing the train!
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In 'North by Northwest,' we see him miss the bus.
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I can't miss the flight.
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There's not another one for a week.
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Hey!
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I missed my plane.
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I had to stay at the airport hotel.
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You missed your plane?
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There was this ballgame on.