Definitions for miss out
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To miss an experience or lose an opportunity, etc. that should not be missed.
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Don't miss out on life just to stay alive.
You look at this and your head's swimming, if you're not a tax professional, you might miss out.
International experience would suggest that if you were to open, you would get lower prices, higher quality and better coverage, then there is the dynamism of start-ups - that kind of dynamism you might miss out on.
I know the course, I know the challenge that's laid out in front of me and I'm looking forward to it, i was disappointed back then to miss out the way I did so I feel as if I've got some unfinished business to attend to.
I've visited a lot of London-based fund managers and the frequent response has been 'we don't understand the market, or believe the market', a lot of managers were able to miss out on the fall in value because they didn't believe the rise.
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