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Translation of "miss" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

miss

verb [T] (NOT DO) 沒有做     /mɪs/
to fail to do or experience something, often something planned or expected, or to avoid doing or experiencing something 未做到;未體驗;避開;倖免於 I missed the start of the exam because my bus was late. 考試開始時我還沒有趕到,因為我搭的公車來遲了。 Often I miss (= do not eat) breakfast and have an early lunch instead. 我經常不吃早餐而早吃午餐。 You should leave early if you want to miss the rush hour. 如果你想避開高峰時間,就該早些出發。 [+ -ing verb] I only just missed being run over by a bus this morning. 我今早差點被一輛公車撞倒。 Avoiding actionLaziness and lazy people to arrive too late to get on a bus, train or aircraft 趕不上,錯過 You'll miss your train if you don't hurry up. 如果你不快點,會錯過火車的。 Late to not go to something 缺(勤);缺(課);失(約);未出席 You'll fall behind in your studies if you keep missing school. 如果你繼續缺課,會在學習上落後的。 I'm trying to find an excuse for missing the office party. 我正要找個不去辦公室聚會的藉口。 Absent to not see or hear something or someone 未看到;未聽到 I missed the beginning of the film. 我錯過了電影的開頭。 Her latest movie is too good to miss (= It certainly should be seen). 她最近的一部電影很棒,不容錯過。 I was sorry I missed you at Pat's party - I must have arrived after you left. 很遺憾沒有在派特的派對上看到你——我準是在你離開後才到的。 Absent to not notice someone or something 未注意到 You don't miss much, do you? Nobody else noticed that mistake. 你真是明察秋毫,對吧?別人都沒有注意到那個錯誤。 My office is first on the right with a bright red door. You can't miss it (= It is very easy to find). 我的辦公室是右邊的第一間,有一扇鮮紅色的門。你不會找不到的。 Forgetting and forgetfulness
(Definition of miss verb (NOT DO) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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