Hay 3 traducciones de miss en español:

miss1

Pronunciación: /mɪs/

n

  • 1 1.1
    (Miss)
    (as title) señorita (f) can I introduce Miss (Jane) Smith permítanme presentarles a la señorita (Jane) Smith Miss World Miss Mundo the Misses Johnson [dated] las señoritas (de) Johnson Miss Elizabeth [dated] (in US: matron) doña Elizabeth (in UK: younger sister) la señorita Elizabeth, la niña Elizabeth (AmL)
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Good morning, Misses Wessons and Mister Linwood.
    • Hello Mister and Misses customer, how may I help you two today?
    • The New York Times, for example, stopped using titles like Mrs and Miss with the names of women.
    1.2 (as form of address) señorita please, miss, I know the answer yo lo sé, señorita excuse me, miss perdone, señorita
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • My impertinent classmate chimed in: ‘What, Miss, is a good mark for a parachute packer?’
    • To those who stay, all instructors will be addressed as Mister or Miss.
    • It's all about education, education, education - and by the way, Miss, the dog ate my homework?
    1.3 (young girl) [dated] jovencita (f) a cheeky/pretty little miss una descarada/guapa jovencita
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • It is at this site that I found the young miss pictured here.
    • I spoke only half in jest when I said that the young miss might tell us something of history.
    • Anyway, if the young miss above should visit, she'd fit right in!
  • 2 (failure to hit) fallo (m) she had two unlucky misses erró el tiro dos veces por mala suerte to give sth a miss [colloquial/familiar] I'd give that restaurant a miss if I were you yo que tú no pisaría ese restaurante [familiar/colloquial] I think I'll give swimming a miss this afternoon creo que esta tarde voy a pasar de ir a nadar [familiar/colloquial] a miss is as good as a mile de casi no se muere nadie [fam & hum] see also near miss
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • And then Ulster paid the penalty for those misses when the Saints again paid a rare visit upfield for Grayson to level with an angled kick.
    • It was a dreadful miss and certainly proved a costly one.
    • Ten minutes from the end King made up for his dreadful miss with a terrific right-foot curler which sailed into the top corner.

Definición de miss en:

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HECHO CULTURAL

Today is Fiesta de Santiago (St James' Day). The famous Camino de Santiago, the pilgrimage of thousands of people from all over Spain and many other parts of Europe to the holy city of Santiago de Compostela, takes place in the week leading up to St James' Day, 25 July. The city also has its fiestas around this time. The streets are full of musicians and performers for two weeks of celebrations culminating in the Festival del Apóstol.

Hay 3 traducciones de miss en español:

miss2

vt

  • 1 (fail to hit) the bullet just missed him la bala le pasó rozando the bullet just missed his shoulder la bala por poco le da en el hombro the car only just missed him el coche por poco lo atropella
  • 2 (fail to experience) perderse* I wouldn't have missed it for anything no me lo hubiera perdido por nada (en el mundo) you didn't miss much no te perdiste nada you've missed all the excitement te has perdido lo mejor luckily, we missed the worst of the tornado por suerte, nos salvamos de lo peor del tornado
  • 3 (fail to attend) faltar a I've never missed a day's work nunca he faltado al trabajo you missed your appointment with the doctor no vino a la cita con el doctor I forgot all about the meeting and missed it se me pasó totalmente ir a la reunión I missed the party me perdí la fiesta
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • University courses are routinely recorded and put online for students who miss class or for those who cannot afford to attend full time.
    • He was expected to miss the first two matches, against Sri Lanka on Thursday and India on Saturday, but it looks as though he may face an even longer lay-off.
    • This way the student who misses class for a field trip or a university sponsored event is not penalized as long as said student is regular in attendance the rest of the semester.
  • 4 (fail to catch) [bus/train/plane/flight] perder* I missed her in the crowd había tanta gente que no la vi we missed each other no nos vimos, nos desencontramos (CS) to miss the boat o bus perder* el tren
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • I even scored on the next play when the first baseman missed the throw from third.
    • Apparently, a ways back, one of their players was bit by the wolf after missing a pass and rolling out of bounds.
    • Krista misses the bullet pass and the pro-sized foot ball ricochets off the far fence and into the gutter.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The scheme includes a pledge that if a passenger misses a bus because it is running more than one minute early they will be able to claim back a free ticket.
    • I had just missed some vehicles which were going to Mporokoso and so I had to jump on a private light truck.
    • Well, if you let me see your ticket, I'll make sure you two girls get on the right train so you don't miss your ferry.
  • 5 (overlook, fail to notice) you missed three wrong spellings se te pasaron (por alto) tres faltas we missed the turning nos pasamos (de donde deberíamos haber doblado) I missed cleaning one window se me pasó limpiar una ventana you can't miss it lo va a ver enseguida, no tiene pérdida (Esp) you've missed a bit te quedó un pedacito sin pintar ( or limpiar etc) he never misses my birthday nunca se olvida de mi cumpleaños
  • 6 (fail to hear, understand) [cue/remark] no oír* sorry, I missed that perdona, no te oí she doesn't miss a thing no se le escapa una [familiar/colloquial] I think you've missed the point me parece que no has entendido he missed the true significance of this no captó or se le escapó el verdadero significado de esto trick1 4
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • We miss the point that the point of listening is just to listen.
    • What Matt said in his last statement contains some good points but a lot of folks still miss the point about globalization.
    • The critics who protest that he hasn't consulted the most recent speculations on the origins of life miss the point.
  • 7 [chance] perder*, dejar pasar to miss one's vocation errar* la vocación to miss one's footing tropezar* he missed the rope and fell no logró asirse de la cuerda y cayó
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Looking back, are there any opportunities you missed out on that you can see now but didn't realize then?
    • The anti-war protests had been organised as an opportunity for those who missed out on the 1.5 million strong march in London last month.
    • If they moved away, they lost rights to cheaper education and missed out on job opportunities.
  • 8 (avoid) [town/rush/crowds] evitar if we take Garden State Parkway, we miss New York altogether si vamos por Garden State Parkway nos evitamos pasar por Nueva York he missed death by inches por poco se matato miss -ing he just missed getting soaked por poco se empapa I managed to miss hearing the whole story again logré escaparme or librarme de que me lo contara otra vez
  • 9 (regret absence of) [friend/country/comfort] echar de menos, extrañar (esp AmL) I miss you (terribly) te echo (muchísimo) de menos, te extraño (muchísimo) (esp AmL) , me haces mucha falta (AmL) to miss -ing I miss going for walks in the country echo de menos or (esp AmL) extraño mis paseos por el campo I miss working with you echo de menos or (esp AmL) extraño trabajar contigo
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Old stock of the area, he will be sadly missed by family members and friends.
    • He will be sadly missed and deeply mourned by his sorrowing family.
    • He will be sadly missed and greatly mourned by his sorrowing family and friends.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Yes, I still craved my bread and missed my orange juice.
    • Ok, I missed the bread and coffee but it still went down well.
    • I really, really miss the smell of bread baking.
  • 10 (notice absence of) echar en falta or de menos when did you first miss the necklace? ¿cuándo te diste cuenta de que te faltaba el collar?, ¿cuándo echaste en falta or de menos el collar? come on, you won't miss five dollars dale ¿que más te dan cinco dólares?
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Jim Lauchlan's absence was not missed as Sean Hessey also kept it tight in the middle.
    • We hadn't missed the money we were paying the lawn service, but we noticed it when we stopped.
    • That's the thing the media has never asked: didn't you miss the money?

vi

  • 1.1 [marksman] errar* el tiro, fallar; [bullet] no dar* en el blanco missed! ¡fallaste ( or falló etc)!, ¡(le) erraste ( or erró etc)! 1.2 (fail) [colloquial/familiar] fallar she sends a card every year, she never misses manda una tarjeta todos los años sin falta or manda una tarjeta todos los años, nunca falla
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • She lashed out at him now, her arms and legs flailing wildly, her kicks and punches missing their target by a considerable margin.
    • But unfortunately for him, the bomb missed the target and exploded on the street.
    • Even if a Japanese bomb missed its target, it was likely to find something worth blowing up.
    1.3 [colloquial/familiar] [car/engine] fallar
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • The bullet narrowly missed her spine and passed through her body before lodging in Scott's left thigh.
    • Although the plane narrowly missed the Relais Bleu hotel, it completely destroyed the Hotelissmo next door.
    • First his family sought refuge in an abandoned building, narrowly missing two land mines.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • I was just looking for the entry form in the paper when the plane's engine started missing and spluttering.
    • A Barnes technician could even hear the engine missing over his cellphone.

Verbos con partícula

miss off

v + o + prep (BrE)
no incluir*

miss out

v + o + adv, v + adv + o (leave out) [line/paragraph] saltarse, comerse [familiar/colloquial] I felt I'd been missed out deliberately (BrE) sentí que me habían excluido deliberadamente 1.1v + adv (fail to profit) don't miss out; reserve your free tickets no se lo pierda, reserve sus entradas gratuitasto miss out on sth I feel I'm missing out on life siento que estoy desaprovechando or desperdiciando mi vida he never misses out on a chance to make money nunca se pierde una oportunidad de hacer dinero humorless people miss out on so much la gente sin sentido del humor no sabe lo que se pierde

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Today is Fiesta de Santiago (St James' Day). The famous Camino de Santiago, the pilgrimage of thousands of people from all over Spain and many other parts of Europe to the holy city of Santiago de Compostela, takes place in the week leading up to St James' Day, 25 July. The city also has its fiestas around this time. The streets are full of musicians and performers for two weeks of celebrations culminating in the Festival del Apóstol.

Hay 3 traducciones de miss en español:

Miss

  • Mississippi

Definición de miss en:

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HECHO CULTURAL

Today is Fiesta de Santiago (St James' Day). The famous Camino de Santiago, the pilgrimage of thousands of people from all over Spain and many other parts of Europe to the holy city of Santiago de Compostela, takes place in the week leading up to St James' Day, 25 July. The city also has its fiestas around this time. The streets are full of musicians and performers for two weeks of celebrations culminating in the Festival del Apóstol.