miss out

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miss out

1. (tr, adverb) to leave out; overlook
2. (often foll by: on) to fail to experience: by leaving early you missed out on the celebrations.
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يَخْسَر، يَفوتُهيَنْسى أن يَشْمَل
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vt sepauslassen; (= accidentally not see)übersehen; last line or paragraph etcweglassen; my name was missed out from the listmein Name fehlte auf der Liste
vi (inf)zu kurz kommen; to miss out on somethingetw verpassen; (= get less)bei etw zu kurz kommen; he’s been missing out on lifeer ist im Leben zu kurz gekommen
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(mis) verb
1. to fail to hit, catch etc. The arrow missed the target.
2. to fail to arrive in time for. He missed the 8 o'clock train.
3. to fail to take advantage of. You've missed your opportunity.
4. to feel sad because of the absence of. You'll miss your friends when you go to live abroad.
5. to notice the absence of. I didn't miss my purse till several hours after I'd dropped it.
6. to fail to hear or see. He missed what you said because he wasn't listening.
7. to fail to go to. I'll have to miss my lesson next week, as I'm going to the dentist.
8. to fail to meet. We missed you in the crowd.
9. to avoid. The thief only just missed being caught by the police.
10. (of an engine) to misfire.
a failure to hit, catch etc. two hits and two misses.
missing adjective
not in the usual place or not able to be found. The child has been missing since Tuesday; I've found those missing papers.
go missing
to be lost. A group of climbers has gone missing in the Himalayas.
miss out
1. to omit or fail to include. I missed her out (of the list).
2. (often with on) to be left out of something. George missed out (on all the fun) because of his broken leg.
miss the boat
to be left behind, miss an opportunity etc. I meant to send her a birthday card but I missed the boat – her birthday was last week.
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