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Meaning of “amiss” - Learner’s Dictionary

amiss

adjective [never before noun]     /əˈmɪs/
If something is amiss, there is something wrong: I knew something was amiss when he didn't answer the door.Wrong
Translations of “amiss”
in Vietnamese hỏng…
in Spanish mal, torcido…
in Thai ไม่ถูกต้อง…
in Malaysian salah…
in French de travers…
in German verkehrt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不對的, 不合適的, 不正常的…
in Indonesian meleset, keliru, salah…
in Russian неладный…
in Turkish kusurlu, kötü, yanlış…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不对的, 不合适的, 不正常的…
in Polish ≈ coś jest nie tak…
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