- adj.出了差错的; 有毛病的; 有缺陷的; （用于否定句）不恰当的
A few words of introduction may not come amiss.
It'seems something is amiss.
If anything fell out amiss, they would reconsider it.
Yet somehow, through the Force, he sensed something was amiss.
He had kept his composure and the old woman had not noticed anything amiss.
Everything goes amiss with him, he has certainly bad luck.
Don't miss these 12 possible warning signs that something is amiss with your heart.
There is something amiss with the machine.
He took her remark amiss and didn't speak to her for a week.
A little luck wouldn't go amiss right now!
You did amiss , did not relate to, I forgive you still, you trust to fly!
你做错了, 没关系, 我依然原谅你, 你放心去飞吧!
Please don't take it amiss, if I point out your errors.
It wasn't amiss, mum.
Tell me, please, what is amiss.
He did not know what was amiss, what he had been doing.
Nothing is amiss with him.
Please don't take it amiss if I venture to point out your errors.
There was nothing amiss that I could see.
You judge his character amiss.
His joke was taken amiss by some of the company.
What's amiss with it?
Perhaps crop husbandry is amiss.
Something went badly amiss in the preparations.
She sensed something was amiss right now!
She sensed something was amiss and called the police.
The cracks are showing in the walls and a lick of paint would not come amiss.
Their instincts warned them something was amiss.
A bit of charm and humour would not go amiss.
Something is radically amiss in our health care system.
1. not functioning properly;
"something is amiss"
"has gone completely haywire"
"something is wrong with the engine"
1. away from the correct or expected course;
"something has gone awry in our plans"
"something went badly amiss in the preparations"
2. in an improper or mistaken or unfortunate manner;
"if you think him guilty you judge amiss"
"he spoke amiss"
"no one took it amiss when she spoke frankly"
3. in an imperfect or faulty way;
"The lobe was imperfectly developed"
"Miss Bennet would not play at all amiss if she practiced more"- Jane Austen
take something amiss
be offended by something that is said, especially through misinterpreting the intentions behind it
something would not go (或 come) amiss
the specified thing would be welcome and useful
you look as if a good meal wouldn't come amiss.