Idioms: mind your manners -- miss you

mind your manners be polite, be courteous, watch your P's and Q's At the wedding, Mom said to me, "Now, Son, mind your manners."
mind your own business do not ask questions about my business I asked about her plans, and she told me to mind my own business.
mind your P's and Q's be polite, do not drink too much, mind your manners Lorraine said he was drinking too much. She told him to mind his P's and Q's.
mint condition new condition, original condition, super mint In an old garage we found a Peugeot 403 in mint condition.
misery loves company sad people want to be with other sad people On the door of the jail was this sign: Misery Loves Company.
miss out on not be there, be unable to attend If I have a job, I'll miss out on the soccer games after school.
miss the boat misjudge, misunderstand, make a mistake I missed the boat on the essay question. My answer was wrong.
miss the point not understand, not get the point I missed the point of his remark. Do you know what he meant?
miss the water till... (See you don't miss the water till the well runs dry)
miss you feel lonely because you are not here I miss you when you go to Hong Kong. Can I go with you?
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