She misses him.
She misses him, especially on rainy days.
I wonder if Tom misses me when I'm gone.
The answer misses the point.
Tom misses Mary a lot.
Her children have gone to Tokyo and she misses them very much.
Misses Lu teaches us history.
Mr Kato, who lives in Paris, misses his family left at home.
And she misses them very much.
He never misses reading the papers every day.
2. young lady
English word "小姐"(young lady) occurs in sets:HSK1 101 - 156
Tom flirted with the waitress.
The waitress flirted with Tom thinking that he'd leave her a larger tip.
My regular waitress wouldn't have anything to do with me.
Waitress, I'd like to order.
The waitresses work hard.
She is called Evi and works as a waitress.
Sue's very angry with you, my new waitress said.
When the tip was a lone dime thrown into a glass, the waitress would raise the glass while hastily preparing the table for the next customer. She would then spill the water and that would be it.
This is your waitress uniform.
That's correct. In Japanese, ウエートレス corresponds both to the English "waitress" and "weightless". However, "waitress" is the more usual meaning.
Ben acted out the scene of the waitress spilling soup in his lap.
We gave the waitress a twenty percent tip.
He gestured for the waitress to bring coffee.
She’s a waitress in an Italian restaurant.
On the way out I said to my waitress, "Be careful, Sue. There's something funny about the glasses you gave me - they're filled in on the top, and there's a hole on the bottom!"
I miss you.
What if I miss the deadline? "I bet he will get mad at you!"
If this train is delayed, we shall miss our connection at Kobe.
The only person who is tired of waiting for Miss Cobb.
Miss, that dress is splendid, it has a sheer silhouette and is very classy.
Mr Yamada, may I introduce Miss Lloyd?
Miss Tanaka! You are living with gentlemen house mates! Please refrain from being pantless!
The Miss Universe contestant tripped on her gown but got up again gracefully and continued down the runway.
We can come to look upon the deaths of our enemies with as much regret as we feel for those of our friends, namely, when we miss their existence as witnesses to our success.
The head of the college, whose name was Miss Baker, therefore had a special place in the car park for her own small car.
Happy birthday, Miss Aiba!
Having been in America for many years, Miss Tanaka is a very good speaker of English.
As the young man's car was close to the fence, Miss Baker had to drive up beside it on the other side, where the girl was sitting.
Does your father miss working now that he has retired?