Bedeutung von “miss” im Essential English Dictionary


verb uk /mɪs/

A2 to feel sad about someone or something that you have stopped seeing or having:

I’ll miss you when you go.
He misses having a room of his own.

A2 to not go to something:

I missed my class this morning.

A2 to arrive too late to get on a bus, train, or plane:

If I don’t leave now, I’ll miss my train.

B1 to not see or hear something:

Sorry, I missed that – could you repeat it please?

B1 to avoid doing or experiencing something:

You should leave early if you want to miss the traffic.
miss a chance/opportunity

B1 to not use an opportunity to do something:

She missed the chance to speak to him.

to fail to hit or catch something, or to fail to score a goal:

The bomb missed its target.
It should have been an easy shot, but he missed.

to fail to do something at the correct time or to be too late to do something or see something or someone:

I must finish this letter or I’ll miss the post.
I have to finish this paper or I’ll miss the deadline.
I was sorry I missed you at Pat’s party – I must have arrived after you left.

(Definition von “miss verb” aus dem Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)