What does it mean?
Part of speech: VerbHyphenation:
- miss | missed, past tense: missed | missed, participle II: missed | missed
- IPA: [fɛɐ̯ˈmɪsn̩]
- 1) notice, perceive that someone or something is missing
- 2) regret, suffer from the fact that someone or something is missing
- Derivation of the verbto miss with the derivative (derivative morpheme) ver
- 1) lack, miss
- 2) do without, longing (for), longing (for)
- 2) lament, mourn, weep
- 1) i miss the old spade.
- 2) i miss you.
- 2) “The many wind turbines in his East Frisian homeland miss he, he recently confessed. "
- Missing, missing, missed
- Present tense: I. miss; you missing; he she it missing
- Simple past: I. missed
- Participle II: missing
- Subjunctive II: i missed
- Imperative: singular miss!; Plural missing!
- Auxiliary verb: to have
- Arabic: 1) يفتقد
- Danish: 1) sauvne
- English: 1) miss
- French: 1) manquer; 2) regretter
- Italian: 1) mancare
- Kurmanji: 1) bêrî kirin
- Latvian: 1) pietrūkt
- Dutch: 1) miss; 2) take care of
- Norwegian: 1) savne
- Polish: 1) brakować
- Swedish: 1) sakna
- Spanish: 1) echar de menos
- Thai: 1) คิดถึง
- Czech: postrádat
- Hungarian: 1) hiányol
Similar words (German):measure, mine, rent
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„Entrepreneur miss a catching-up process in the industrial region.“
sueddeutsche.de, October 15, 2018
„local residents miss their disappeared benches.“
Frankfurter Rundschau online, March 22, 2019
„High-ranking insiders miss strategic impulses and new heads.“
Bernerzeitung.ch, May 05, 2019
„Politician from Rhein-Erft miss concrete results from the top-level discussion.“
Kölnische Rundschau, January 16, 2019
„Investors are disappointed with Turkey's new economic program, they miss the details. The lira is going down again.“
Handelsblatt.com, September 21, 2018
„The Boateng footballer brothers miss her colleague Franck Ribery.“
Day 24, May 01, 2020
„Such a cold spectacle miss we've been here in Germany for a long time.“
Mopo, March 04, 2020
„All fans miss the football. But hand on heart: Do you also miss “The Team”? A follow-up by Alfred Draxler.“
BILD.de, April 03, 2020
„The boys and girls from the Lucas Kindergarten in Pattensen miss their supervisors. And the miss the children. This is how you keep in contact despite Corona.“
Hannoversche Allgemeine, April 15, 2020
„Many parents want to give up their annoying snotty noses quickly. But miss the children the daycare at all?“
TAZ, April 27, 2020
The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.
Grammar / conjugations
Miss inflection - The conjugation of the verb missIt is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
|1st person singular||2nd person singular||3rd person singular||1st person plural||2nd person plural||3rd person plural|
|Present indicative||I miss||you miss||he / she / it misses||we miss||you miss||they miss|
|Present Subjunctive I.||I miss||you miss||he / she / it miss||we miss||you miss||they miss|
|Past tense indicative||I missed||you missed||he / she / it missed||we missed||you missed||they missed|
|Past tense subjunctive II||I missed||you missed||he / she / it missed||we missed||you missed||they missed|
|Perfect indicative||I have missed||you missed||he / she / it missed||we missed||you missed||they missed|
|Perfect subjunctive I.||I have missed||you missed||he / she / it missed||we missed||you missed||they missed|
|Past perfect indicative||i missed||you missed||he / she / it had missed||we had missed||you missed||they had missed|
|Past perfect subjunctive II||I would have missed||you would have missed||he / she / it would have missed||we would have missed||you would have missed||they would have missed|
|Future I indicative||I will miss||you will miss||he / she / it will miss||we will miss||you will miss||you will miss|
|Future tense I subjunctive||I will miss||you will miss||he / she / it will miss||we will miss||you will miss||you will miss|
|Future tense I subjunctive II||i would miss||you would miss||he / she / it would miss||we would miss||you would miss||they would miss|
|Future tense II indicative||i will have missed||you will have missed||he / she / it will have missed||we will have missed||you will have missed||they will have missed|
|Future tense II subjunctive I||i will have missed||you will have missed||he / she / it will have missed||we will have missed||you will have missed||they will have missed|
|Future II subjunctive II||i would have missed||you would have missed||he / she / it would have missed||we would have missed||you would have missed||they would have missed|
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Thesaurus & Synonyms
- to lack (of a thing)
- missing (someone)
- do without: Transitive a) elevated: having to endure the non-existence of a person or thing as a personal deficiency b) no longer insist on someone or something; to get by without someone or something in particular; intransitive; upscale; with genitive: feeling something that is considered necessary, advantageous, suitable, pleasant as missing, lacking; not own
- miss (mostly eloquent) (go., obsolete)
- to miss painfully (go., clichéd)
Another word (synonym) for miss - Source: OpenThesaurus
Entries from our dictionary that contain "miss":
juice:… Juice of life 5) This juice will help her get back on her feet. 6) The film lacked juice. 7) Is there any juice in the line at all? Saying / idioms: in ...
do without:… Ontberen, Swedish umbära, undvara, Danish undvære, Norwegian unnvære Synonyms: 1a) miss 1b) miss Opposite words: 1) savor, praise, indulge in something 2) ...
sentir:… Longing to return 3b) sentir comezón: itch; tingling 3b) sentir la ausencia de alguien: missing someone; longing for someone 3b) sentir pasión por: having a passion ...
tear: …out of sight. Saying / idioms: 1) Don't cry tears after someone (don't miss someone when they disappear) Typical word combinations: 1) Tears in their eyes ...
thirsty for adventure: transferred: thirsty for adventure; missing an adventure, expecting, longing for an adventure Origin of the term: Composition of noun adventure and adjective thirsty Synonyms: 1) Thirsty for adventure Examples of use: 1) When one is young, one quickly becomes thirsty for adventure
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missing (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ver | mis | sen | de Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
missing (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ver | mis | sen | dem Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
missing (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: ver | mis | sen | den Pronunciation / stress: IPA:…
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missed (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: ver | mis | sest Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [fɛɐ̯ˈmɪsəst]…
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