miss out
To miss out is not to be involved in something.
Example: I missed out on that job I wanted.
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thought
Here thought is the past tense of the irregular verb think. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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took
Took is the past tense of the irregular verb take. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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kept
Here kept is the past tense of the irregular verb keep. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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found
Here found is the past tense of the irregular verb find. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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meant
Here meant is the past tense of the irregular verb mean. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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felt
Here felt is the past tense of the irregular verb feel. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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met
Here met is the past participle of the irregular verb meet. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
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done
Done is the past participle of the irregular verb do. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
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said
Here say is the past tense of the irregular verb say. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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came
Came is the past tense of the irregular verb come. Follow the link to listen to some examples.
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told
Here told is the past participle of the irregular verb tell. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
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got
Here got is the past participle of the irregular verb get. Follow the link to find out more and to listen to examples.
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