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o·mit

 (ō-mĭt′)
tr.v. o·mit·ted, o·mit·ting, o·mits
1. To fail to include or mention; leave out: omitted an important detail from the report.
2.
a. To fail or neglect to do (something): omitted his daily walk during our visit.
b. To fail or neglect (to do something): I omitted to mention that I don't eat meat.

[Middle English omitten, from Latin omittere : ob-, against, away; see ob- + mittere, to send.]

omit

(əʊˈmɪt)
vb (tr) , omits, omitting or omitted
1. to neglect to do or include
2. to fail (to do something)
[C15: from Latin omittere, from ob- away + mittere to send]
omissible adj
oˈmitter n

o•mit

(oʊˈmɪt)

v.t. o•mit•ted, o•mit•ting.
1. to leave out; fail to include.
2. to forbear or fail (to do, make, use, send, etc.).
[1400–50; < Latin omittere to let go =o- o-2 + mittere to send]
o•mit′ter, n.

omit


Past participle: omitted
Gerund: omitting

Imperative
omit
omit
Present
I omit
you omit
he/she/it omits
we omit
you omit
they omit
Preterite
I omitted
you omitted
he/she/it omitted
we omitted
you omitted
they omitted
Present Continuous
I am omitting
you are omitting
he/she/it is omitting
we are omitting
you are omitting
they are omitting
Present Perfect
I have omitted
you have omitted
he/she/it has omitted
we have omitted
you have omitted
they have omitted
Past Continuous
I was omitting
you were omitting
he/she/it was omitting
we were omitting
you were omitting
they were omitting
Past Perfect
I had omitted
you had omitted
he/she/it had omitted
we had omitted
you had omitted
they had omitted
Future
I will omit
you will omit
he/she/it will omit
we will omit
you will omit
they will omit
Future Perfect
I will have omitted
you will have omitted
he/she/it will have omitted
we will have omitted
you will have omitted
they will have omitted
Future Continuous
I will be omitting
you will be omitting
he/she/it will be omitting
we will be omitting
you will be omitting
they will be omitting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been omitting
you have been omitting
he/she/it has been omitting
we have been omitting
you have been omitting
they have been omitting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been omitting
you will have been omitting
he/she/it will have been omitting
we will have been omitting
you will have been omitting
they will have been omitting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been omitting
you had been omitting
he/she/it had been omitting
we had been omitting
you had been omitting
they had been omitting
Conditional
I would omit
you would omit
he/she/it would omit
we would omit
you would omit
they would omit
Past Conditional
I would have omitted
you would have omitted
he/she/it would have omitted
we would have omitted
you would have omitted
they would have omitted
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.omit - prevent from being included or considered or accepted; "The bad results were excluded from the report"; "Leave off the top piece"
do away with, eliminate, get rid of, extinguish - terminate, end, or take out; "Let's eliminate the course on Akkadian hieroglyphics"; "Socialism extinguished these archaic customs"; "eliminate my debts"
elide - leave or strike out; "This vowel is usually elided before a single consonant"
2.omit - leave undone or leave out; "How could I miss that typo?"; "The workers on the conveyor belt miss one out of ten"
forget - forget to do something; "Don't forget to call the chairman of the board to the meeting!"
pass over, skip, skip over, jump - bypass; "He skipped a row in the text and so the sentence was incomprehensible"

omit

verb
1. leave out, miss (out), drop, exclude, eliminate, skip, give (something) a miss (informal) Our apologies for omitting your name from the article.
leave out include, add, enter, put in, incorporate, insert
2. forget, fail, overlook, neglect, pass over, lose sight of, leave (something) undone, let (something) slide She had omitted to tell him she was married.

omit

verb
1. To take or leave out:
2. To not do (something necessary):
Translations
يَحْذِفيُغْفِل، لا يَفْعَل
udeladeundlade
láta ógert, sleppasleppa
praleidimaspražiūrėti
izlaistizlaist, atstāt nedarītu
izpustiti

omit

ʊˈmɪt] VT (on purpose) → suprimir; (by accident) → olvidarse de; [+ person, person's name] → pasar por alto
to omit to do sth (on purpose) → omitir hacer algo, decidir no hacer algo; (by accident) → olvidarse de hacer algo

omit

ʊˈmɪt] vt
[+ mention, name] → omettre; [+ ingredient] → omettre
(= fail) to omit to do sth → omettre de faire qch
Hotels often omit to check guests' cars → Les hôtels omettent souvent de vérifier les voitures des clients.
He omitted to say whether these men would be armed → Il a omis de dire si ces hommes allaient être armés.

omit

vt
(= leave out)auslassen; please omit any reference to mebitte erwähnen Sie mich nicht, bitte unterlassen Sie jeden Hinweis auf mich
(= fail) (→ etw zu tun) → unterlassen; (accidentally) → versäumen

omit

[əʊˈmɪt] vtomettere
to omit to do sth → tralasciare or trascurare di fare qc

omit

(əˈmit) past tense, past participle oˈmitted verb
1. to leave out. You can omit the last chapter of the book.
2. not to do. I omitted to tell him about the meeting.
oˈmission (-ʃən) noun
1. something that has been left out. I have made several omissions in the list of names.
2. the act of omitting. the omission of his name from the list.

omitted and omitting have two ts.

omit

v. omitir, suprimir, excluir.
References in classic literature ?
Having copied her novel for the fourth time, read it to all her confidential friends, and submitted it with fear and trembling to three publishers, she at last disposed of it, on condition that she would cut it down one third, and omit all the parts which she particularly admired.
The history of my going home, and returning with my family, forms a series of difficulties, an account of which would swell a volume, and being foreign to my purpose, I shall purposely omit them.
But I omit them as altogether obsolete; and can hardly help suspecting them for mere sounds, full of Leviathanism, but signifying nothing.