miss verb (NOT DO)
A2 [ T ] to not go to something缺（勤）；缺（课）；失（约）；未出席
I missed the beginning of the show. 我错过了电影的开头。
- Henri's latest show is simply too good to miss.
- In this game if you give the wrong answer you have to miss a turn.
- She has never missed a single episode of her favourite soap opera.
- He missed two practice sessions so he's out of the team.
- You'll have to make up the work you've missed while you were away.
miss verb (FEEL SAD)
I really missed her when she went away. 她离开的时候我非常想念她。
- I miss my mom and dad a lot.
- You'll be sorely missed by everyone here, and we wish you success in your new job.
- She missed Spain and the languor of a siesta on a hot summer afternoon.
- It surprises me how much he misses his sister when she's away - after all, they do nothing but fight when they are together!
- I really miss seeing their happy smiling faces.
miss verb (NOT HIT)
- The arrow missed its target and landed on the grass.
- How could he have missed the goal from that distance?
- The car missed the tree and ran into the field.
- I tried to throw the paper in the bin, but I missed.
- Luckily the egg missed his face by inches.