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missing
'mɪsiːŋ
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Nonexistent.
  2. Not able to be found.
Hyphenationmis•sing
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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遗失yíshīto lose; lost
缺少quēshǎolack; shortage of; shortfall; to be short (of); to lack
失踪shīzōngto be missing; to disappear; unaccounted for
去向不明qùxiàng bùmíngmissing; lost
密斯mìsīMiss (loanword)
思情sīqíngto miss; to long for
思恋sīliànto miss; to long for
漏掉lòudiàoto miss; to leave out; to omit; to be omitted; to be missing; to slip through; to leak out; to seep away
眷恋juànliànto miss; to long for; to remember with longing; yearning
脱靶tuōbǎto miss; to shoot and miss the target; off the mark
误车wùchēto miss (bus, train etc)
魂牵梦萦hún qiān mèng yíngto miss; to yearn day and night
错过cuòguòto miss (train, opportunity etc)
想念xiǎngniànto miss; to remember with longing; to long to see again
lost; missing; forsaken; dissolute; (of a woman) beautiful; fault; offense; hermit; variant of ; (Chinese surname)
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