near miss什么意思,near miss翻译
a situation when a serious accident or a disaster very nearly happens
a bomb or a shot that nearly hits what it is aimed at but misses it
n.close callnarrow escapenear thingclose shave
Safety meeting records did not indicate topics discussed . No near miss had been recorded for the last two years .
Roughly 25% of the men surveyed said that they"d had a summertime crash or near-miss, while just 17% of women said the same.
I also feel the sense of risk and for the company to write a (report of the incident attempted Near Miss), and the best reward.
Luckily the van ahead of us skidded off the road on our leave, but it was a very near miss.
The near-miss knocked the lizard and her rider off the cliff-side, sending both plunging into the sinkhole grotto.
Nearly a third of motorists have had a "near miss" caused by someone travelling slowly.
In the end, Three Mile Island proved to be a near miss, and the level of radiation was not sufficient to cause cancer.
Conduct responsible workshop staff to provide suggestion for any improvement issue and report near miss actively.
NEAR miss between two commercial jets over southeast Queensland is being investigated by the national air safety bureau.
my younger son"s terror at a big barking dog, his near-miss with a car, the death of his pet rat.