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  1. miss out(Verb)

    To miss an experience or lose an opportunity, etc. that should not be missed.

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  1. Adam Burrell:

    Don't miss out on life just to stay alive.

  2. Sallie Mae:

    You look at this and your head's swimming, if you're not a tax professional, you might miss out.

  3. Lars Christian Moller:

    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.

  4. Ian Poulter:

    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.

  5. Stewart Aldcroft:

    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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