промах ; любовница ; осечка ; отсутствие; потеря ; выкидыш ; мисс ; барышня ; девица ; девочка ;
промахнуться; не достичь цели; выпустить; выпадать; пропустить; не заметить; прозевать; упустить; упускать; не услышать; не посетить; обнаружить отсутствие или пропажу; недоставать; скучать; соскучиться; хватиться; чувствовать отсутствие; избежать
- "Obviously it would be stupid to say we will not miss the Orrell lads," admitted Grayson.
- These people, Miss Schlegel, invented Disneyland and now want to turn the rest of the world into a theme park, too, by bribing ancient and civilised peoples to caper and prance for thuggish tourists.
- The company was seated round card tables in the drawing-room, with the exception of Miss Phoebe in her usual chair and the Captain who was warming his backside at the great fire, glass in hand.
- Miss Harker jumped back with a stifled cry and put up her hands to protect herself.
- The first came in 1977-;8 against Australia and he began with fifties in his first three innings, only to join the Packer brigade and miss out for a couple of years.
- Like sparks - sparks!" said the Captain, not caring for Miss Jarman's sensitivities now.
- Bristol Deaf Centre took a very near miss when much of the square around it was reduced to rubble in a heavy air-raid.
- Miss Phoebe's!
- In October 1944 the Leaders faced the problem of redecorating the Primary School room which had been handed back to the church after having been in use during the War as a First Aid Post for a unit of the St John's Ambulance Brigade led by Miss Mary Lutton.
- Miss Kenton was still standing out in the hall where I had first spotted her.
- Regular England players would now miss only seven of the 17 games, as opposed to a possible 13 under the present system.
- Miss Florence and Miss Belle leant against each other, and Miss Rene, trying to quell her own laughter, admonished her sisters: "Stop spluttering, you two.
- Miss Beard gave a final small giggle.