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English-German translation for: miss
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NOUN   a miss | misses
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VERB  to miss | missed | missed ... 
 
SYNO   to escape | to miss | to lose ... 
NOUN   die Miss/[alt] Miß | die Misses
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VERB  messen | maß | gemessen ... 
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Miss! [Waitress!]
85
Fräulein! [Bedienung!]
Verbs
to miss sb./sth.
1616
jdn./etw. vermissen
to miss sth. [a train, a chance, etc.]
792
etw.Akk. verpassen [den Zug, eine Chance etc.]
to miss
615
fehlen [intransitiv; veraltet für: nicht treffen]
to miss sb./sth. [fail to notice, overlook]
576
jdn./etw. übersehen [(versehentlich) nicht sehen]
to miss sb./sth. [an aim, target, person]
333
jdn./etw. verfehlen
to miss
299
fehlschlagen
to miss sb./sth.
296
jdn./etw. versäumen
to miss
108
danebentreffen
sports to miss [a penalty, football]
87
verschießen [Elfmeter]
to miss sth. [a birthday, an invitation etc.]
77
etw. verschlafen [fig.] [einen Geburtstag, eine Einladung usw.]
to miss sb./sth.
73
jdn./etw. missen [geh.]
to miss sb.
68
jdn. entbehren [geh.] [vermissen]
to miss sb. [fail to meet]
57
jdn. verpassen [sich zeitlich verpassen]
to miss [with one's throw]
10
danebenwerfen
to miss [while shooting]danebenschießen [das Ziel verfehlen]
to miss sb.nach jdm. Zeitlang haben [bayer.] [österr.]
to miss sth. [a chance, an opportunity, etc.]sichDat. etw. entgehen lassen
to miss sth. [fail to attend]bei etw.Dat. fehlen
to miss sth. [not see]etw.Akk. nicht sehen
Nouns
miss
557
Fräulein {n} <Frl.> [veraltend, oft hum.]
miss
132
Fehlschuss {m}
Miss
111
Fräulein {n} <Frl.> [veraltete Anrede]
Miss
51
Frau {f} <Fr.> [Anrede mit Namen]
sports miss [misthrow]
8
Fehlwurf {m}
Miss [winner of a beauty competition]Miß {f} [alt] [Schönheitskönigin]
Miss [winner of a beauty competition]Miss {f} [Schönheitskönigin]
2 Words: Verbs
to just miss sth. [target etc.]etw. knapp verfehlen [Scheibe etc.]
to miss (out) sth.etw. auslassen
to miss doing sth. [regret being unable to do any more]es vermissen, etw. zu tun
to miss fire [to fail]versagen [scheitern]
sports to miss fractionally [football]ganz knapp verziehen
to miss hearing sth.etw. überhören
to miss opportunitiesMöglichkeiten verpassen
to miss outzurückstehen [verzichten]
to miss out [leave out] [Br.]weglassen [versehentlich]
to miss sb. badlyjdn. schmerzlich vermissen
to miss sorelyschmerzlich vermissen
to miss sth./sb. dreadfullyetw./jdn. schmerzlich vermissen
transp. travel to nearly miss sth. [e.g. the bus, train, plane, flight]etw. beinahe verpassen
2 Words: Nouns
country miss [archaic]Landpomeranze {f} [altertümlich]
Miss GermanyMiss Germany {f} [deutsche Schönheitskönigin]
Miss Liberty [nickname: Statue of Liberty]Miss Liberty {f} [Spitzname: Freiheitsstatue] [meist ohne Artikel]
miss-out [coll.]Fehlzeit {f}
QM near missBeinahefehler {m} [auch: Beinahe-Fehler]
aviat. near missBeinahekollision {f}
near missBeinaheschaden {m} [auch: Beinahe-Schaden]
near missBeinaheunfall {m}
aviat. near missBeinahezusammenstoß {m}
aviat. near missFastzusammenstoß {m}
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A 2018-05-02: ... hat nichts mit Zeit zu tun, so...
Q 2017-10-29: Old School - I will miss it ;-(
A 2017-07-31: Mike and uff: You may entirely mis...
A 2017-07-21: So much the better. You won't real...
A 2016-07-01: ... and don't miss the theremon!
A 2016-04-21: Mass noun and in [ ] count noun...
A 2015-12-20: She is MOST definitely a Miss.
A 2015-06-03: 15:15 - da hat sich halt mittlerwe...
A 2015-05-26: foreign words are a hit-and-miss (...
A 2015-01-28: Head of weather service office apo...
Q 2015-01-07: have a near miss with missle
A 2014-09-24: LSE: https://www.lsesu.com/ents/ev...
A 2014-07-17: to miss out on s.th. - etwas ver...
Q 2014-04-27: I miss u - Text, den ich nicht verstehe
Q 2014-03-05: to miss by a speck
A 2013-12-12: Sure you didn't miss any letters, ...
A 2013-09-06: Sorry Windfall - my fault. I meant...
A 2013-09-06: Miss = Fräulein
A 2013-09-06: There is NO Miss in DE ......
A 2013-05-22: Miss, Ms and Mrs

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