Definition of not miss a trick in US English:

not miss a trick


  • Never fail to take advantage of a situation.

    • ‘Spurway does not miss a trick when it comes to publicity.’
    • ‘It was the year Argentina invaded the Falkands and not long after the Iranian embassy siege and Telfer, a master of applied metaphor, a keen student of history and a man who saw rugby as another branch of warfare, did not miss a trick.’
    • ‘He is not as demonstrative, but he did not miss a trick.’
    • ‘In the trade you would say he does not miss a trick.’
    • ‘He did not miss a trick.’