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I miss
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I miss
PresentIconjugation ofmiss.

I miss

I miss(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (I long for)
a. extraño
Regionalism used in Latin America: all the countries in South America, Central America, and the Caribbean. Does not include Spain.
(Latin America)
One of my daughters moved abroad, and I miss her terribly.Una de mis hijas se mudó al exterior, y la extraño muchísimo.
b. echo de menos
Regionalism used in Spain
I miss the days when life seemed easy and simple.Echo de menos los días cuando la vida parecía fácil y sencilla.
2. (I fail to make contact)
a. erro
Whenever I try to throw a ball at something, I miss.Cada vez que trato de tirarle una pelota a algo, erro.
3. (I fail to be present)
a. falto a
I practice fencing, and whenever I have to compete, I miss class.Practico esgrima, y cuando tengo que competir, falto a clase.
b. me pierdo
I always miss important family events because I live abroad.Siempre me pierdo eventos familiares importantes porque vivo en el exterior.
4. (I fail to catch)
a. pierdo
I usually oversleep on Mondays and I miss the 8 am bus.Generalmente me quedo dormida los lunes y pierdo el colectivo de las 8 am.
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