miss out (on something)

miss out (on something)
ˌmiss ˈout (on sth) derived
to fail to benefit from sth useful or enjoyable by not taking part in it

Of course I'm coming— I don't want to miss out on all the fun!

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  • miss out — {v.}, {informal} To fail; lose or not take a good chance; miss something good. * /Jim s mother told him he missed out on a chance to go fishing with his father because he came home late./ * /You missed out by not coming with us; we had a great… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • miss\ out — v informal To fail; lose or not take a good chance; miss something good. Jim s mother told him he missed out on a chance to go fishing with his father because he came home late. You missed out by not coming with us; we had a great time. Compare:… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • miss the boat — also[miss the bus] {v. phr.}, {informal} To fail through slowness; to put something off until too late; do the wrong thing and lose the chance. * /Mr. Brown missed the boat when he decided not to buy the house./ * /In college he didn t study… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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