自2010年至今的四级考试中， 共出现过 次
自2010年至今的六级考试中， 共出现过 次
USED AS A TITLE OR A FORM OF ADDRESS 用作头衔或称呼语
N-TITLE 小姐(用于女孩或未婚女子的姓名前面) You use Miss in front of the name of a girl or unmarried woman when you are speaking to her or referring to her.
It was nice talking to you, Miss Giroux...
Miss Singleton didn't call back, did she?...
N-VOC 小姐(一些学校里孩子对女教师的称呼) In some schools, children address their women teachers as Miss .
'Chivers!' — 'Yes, Miss?'
N-VOC 女士，小姐(有时用于称呼年轻女子) People sometimes address young women as Miss .
'I wouldn't know about that, Miss,' the woman said, backing away.
N-TITLE 小姐，皇后(用于地名或地区前，表示某地选美比赛中的冠军) Miss is used in front of the name of a place or region to refer to the young woman who has been chosen in a competition as the most beautiful woman there.
Kappy was named Miss Hawaii in 1954.
...two former Miss Scotlands.
VERB AND NOUN USES 动词和名词用法
VERB 打偏;未击中 If you miss something, you fail to hit it, for example when you have thrown something at it or you have shot a bullet at it.
She hurled the ashtray across the room, narrowly missing my head...
When I'd missed a few times, he suggested I rest the rifle on a rock to steady it.
VERB (体育运动中)未射中，未打进 In sport, if you miss a shot, you fail to get the ball in the goal, net, or hole.
He scored four of the goals but missed a penalty.
VERB 未注意到;未觉察到;忽略掉 If you miss something, you fail to notice it.
From this vantage point he watched, his searching eye never missing a detail...
It's the first thing you see as you come round the corner. You can't miss it...
VERB 不理解，没有领会(意义或重要性) If you miss the meaning or importance of something, you fail to understand or appreciate it.
Tambov had slightly missed the point...
She seems to have missed the joke.
VERB 错过，失掉(机会) If you miss a chance or opportunity, you fail to take advantage of it.
Williams knew that she had missed her chance of victory...
It was too good an opportunity to miss.
VERB 思念;怀念 If you miss someone who is no longer with you or who has died, you feel sad and wish that they were still with you.
Your mama and I are gonna miss you at Christmas...
He was a gentle, sensitive, lovable man who will be missed by a host of friends.
VERB 惦念;留恋 If you miss something, you feel sad because you no longer have it or are no longer doing or experiencing it.
I could happily move back into a flat if it wasn't for the fact that I'd miss my garden...
He missed having good friends.
VERB 未赶上(飞机、火车等) If you miss something such as a plane or train, you arrive too late to catch it.
I had already missed my flight, and the next one wasn't until the following morning...
He missed the last bus home.
VERB 没有参加(会议、活动等) If you miss something such as a meeting or an activity, you do not go to it or take part in it.
It's a pity Makku and I had to miss our lesson last week...
You won't be missing much on TV tonight apart from the usual repeats...
PHRASE 决定不做;决定不参加 If you give something a miss, you decide not to do it or not to go to it.
Do you mind if I give it a miss?