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    Everything prepared? Have you missed out something?

    Everything prepared? Have you missed out something?
    Everything prepared? Have you left out something?

    Asking him or her did he or she has prepared everything that needed into baggage for international travel.
    Do we use missed out or left out?

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    Re: Everything prepared? Have you missed out something?

    "Have you missed anything?" or "Have you left out anything?"

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