miss by (v.+prep.)
差…就成功做… lose a chance beyond time, distance, etc.
miss sb/sth/v-ing by sth
The bullet missed me by two inches.
They missed the train by three minutes.
We only missed seeing each other by five minutes.
miss out (v.+adv.)
不理睬(某人) pay no attention to (sb)
miss sb/sth ? out
Don't miss out your brother when you send round the invitations.
Take care to spell every word right.You missed out the “d” from “bridge”.
You may miss out the third paragraph of the article while reading it.
The typist has missed out a line because of her carelessness.
I've missed your name out by mistake.
I read the letter to her, and deliberately missed out certain lines.
His account of the accident misses out one or two important facts.
I'll miss out the sweet course.
If I don't go to the party,I shall feel I'm missing out.
miss out on sth
He missed out on a chance to go to college because of his ill health.
Living in the country,I often feel that I am missing out on the activities of city life.
miss sth ? out
Jacelin missed out all the fun because of his broken leg.
miss sb ? out
It was Cage's own fault if she felt missed out at the party; she made no effort to be friendly to people.
give a miss
避开; 不去干某事 avoid; not to do sth
give sb/sth a miss
Why did you give him a miss?
I think I'll give the fish course a miss.
I usually go swimming on Mondays, but I've decided to give it a miss this week.
I'm tired—I think I'll give the film a miss.
I'll give the sweet course a miss.
幸免 situation where one just avoids or escape from, some mishap