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miss someone/thing out in miss1 British & World English

Fail to include someone or something; omit

miss1 British & World English

Not be able to experience or fail to take advantage of (an opportunity or chance)

miss out English-Spanish

saltarse, comerse familiar/colloquial

humorless people miss out on so much in miss English-Spanish

la gente sin sentido del humor no sabe lo que se pierde

humorless people miss out on so much in miss out English-Spanish

la gente sin sentido del humor no sabe lo que se pierde

you can't miss it, it leaps out at you in leap English-Spanish

no puedes dejar de verlo, salta a la vista

don't miss out; reserve your free tickets in miss English-Spanish

no se lo pierda, reserve sus entradas gratuitas

don't miss out; reserve your free tickets in miss out English-Spanish

no se lo pierda, reserve sus entradas gratuitas

I miss work, but I'm glad to be out of the fray in fray English-Spanish

echo de menos el trabajo, pero me alegro de no estar en la brecha