Übersetzung von “miss” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch


verbmiss /mɪs/
transitive to feel sad because sb is away or because you cannot do sth you used to do

She misses her dad when he travels.
Elle regrette l'absence de son père / son père lui manque quand elle voyage.

I miss playing in the snow.
Cela me manque de jouer dans la neige.
transitive-intransitive to not hit, catch, kick, etc.

He swung at the ball and missed (it).
Il essaya de frapper la balle et la manqua.
transitive-intransitive ≠hit; to fail to reach a target
rater , passer à côté de

The bombs missed the factory.
Les bombes sont tombées à côté de l'usine.

He aimed a kick at the goal and missed.
Il visa le but et le rata.
transitive to not hear, see, or understand
manquer , ne pas entendre

Excuse me? I missed what you just said.
Excusez-moi ? J'ai manqué / je n'ai pas entendu ce que vous venez de dire.
miss the point
ne pas saisir/comprendre

I think you're missing the point of the story.
Je pense que tu ne saisis/comprends pas l'histoire.
transitive to arrive too late

Hurry or we'll miss our flight.
Dépêche-toi ou nous allons manquer notre vol.
transitive to not go to an event

I missed the first class.
J'ai manqué le premier cours.

It'll be a great night - don't miss it.
Ce sera une super soirée, ne la manquez pas.
miss a chance/opportunity
to not take an opportunity
rater une chance/opportunité

Don't miss your chance to win great prizes!
Ne ratez pas votre chance d'avoir de bons prix.

miss out

verb phrasalmiss out [ ˈmɪs ˈaʊt ]
to not be included
être laissé/-ée de côté

If you don't come you'll really be missing out!
Si tu ne viens pas, tu seras vraiment mis de côté.

He was disappointed to miss out on the fun.
Il était déçu de rater cet amusement.
Brit to not include sth that should be included

You missed out the final 'e'.
Tu as oublié le "e" final.


nounmiss /mɪs/
formal used before the name of an unmarried woman

I'd like to welcome Miss Britta Sorenson.
J'aimerais accueillir Mademoiselle Britta Sorenson.
spoken used to address a young woman you do not know

Excuse me, miss, you forgot your bag.
Excusez-moi, mam'zelle, vous avez oublié votre sac.

(Übersetzung von “miss” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)


noun /mis/

a polite title given to an unmarried female, either in writing or in speech

Miss Wilson
the Misses Wilson
Could you ask Miss Smith to type this letter?
Excuse me, miss. Could you tell me how to get to Princess Road?

a girl or young woman

petite/jeune fille
She’s a cheeky little miss!


verb /mis/

to fail to hit, catch etc

The arrow missed the target.

to fail to arrive in time for

He missed the 8 o’clock train.

to fail to take advantage of

You’ve missed your opportunity.

to feel sad because of the absence of

You’ll miss your friends when you go to live abroad.

to notice the absence of

remarquer l’absence/la disparition de
I didn’t miss my purse till several hours after I’d dropped it.

to fail to hear or see

He missed what you said because he wasn’t listening.

to fail to go to

I’ll have to miss my lesson next week, as I’m going to the dentist.

to fail to meet

We missed you in the crowd.

to avoid

échapper à
The thief only just missed being caught by the police.

(of an engine) to misfire.

avoir des ratés
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

se perdre
A group of climbers has gone missing in the Himalayas.
miss out

to omit or fail to include

I missed her out (of the list) because she was away on holiday.

(often with on) to be left out of something

ne pas profiter de
George missed out (on all the fun) because of his broken leg.
miss the boat

to be left behind, miss an opportunity etc

manquer le coche
I meant to send her a birthday card but I missed the boat – her birthday was last week.

(Übersetzung von “Miss” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)