not miss a trick


not miss a trick
(not) miss a trick to not fail to notice and use a good opportunity.

You can rely on Sarah to get what she wants, she never misses a trick.


New idioms dictionary. 2014.

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  • not miss a trick — If someone doesn t miss a trick, they take advantage of everything that could help them or might be an opportunity for them …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • not miss a trick — not/never/miss a trick informal phrase to notice every opportunity and use it Oscar, who never misses a trick, noticed the letter and asked what it was about. Thesaurus: to have, or to take advantage of, an opportunitysynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • (not) miss a trick —    If a person never misses a trick, they are very alert and aware of everything that is happening around them.     The old lady next door will know if Bill is there or not she never misses a trick! …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • not miss a trick — informal never fail to take advantage of a situation. → miss …   English new terms dictionary

  • never/not miss a trick — see ↑trick, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑miss never/not miss a trick informal : to notice everything : to always know what is happening He never misses a trick. • • • Main Entry: ↑trick …   Useful english dictionary

  • miss a trick — (not) miss a trick to not fail to notice and use a good opportunity. You can rely on Sarah to get what she wants, she never misses a trick …   New idioms dictionary

  • never miss a trick — not/never/miss a trick informal phrase to notice every opportunity and use it Oscar, who never misses a trick, noticed the letter and asked what it was about. Thesaurus: to have, or to take advantage of, an opportunitysynonym …   Useful english dictionary

  • trick — [trik] n. [ME trik < NormFr trique < trikier < OFr trichier, to trick, cheat, prob. < VL * triccare, altered < ? LL tricare, to deceive, for L tricari, to make trouble < tricae, vexations, tricks < IE * treik < base * ter …   English World dictionary

  • miss — I [[t]mɪ̱s[/t]] USED AS A TITLE OR A FORM OF ADDRESS ♦ Miss Misses (Please look at category 5 to see if the expression you are looking for is shown under another headword.) 1) N TITLE You use Miss in front of the name of a girl or unmarried woman …   English dictionary

  • trick — [[t]trɪ̱k[/t]] ♦♦♦ tricks, tricking, tricked 1) N COUNT A trick is an action that is intended to deceive someone. We are playing a trick on a man who keeps bothering me. 2) VERB If someone tricks you, they deceive you, often in order to make you… …   English dictionary