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omit
oʊ'mɪt
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English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Leave undone or leave out.
  2. Prevent from being included or considered or accepted.
Hyphenationo•mit
Part of Speech(动) verb
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省略shěnglüèto leave out; an omission
删除shānchúto delete; to cancel
疏忽shūhuto neglect; to overlook; negligence; carelessness
遗漏yílòuto overlook; to miss; to omit
从略cónglüèto omit (less important details etc)
略去lüèqùto omit; to delete; to leave out; to neglect; to skip over
省去shěngqùto omit; to dispense with; to make unnecesary; to save (time, trouble etc)
落空luòkòngto omit; to neglect
漏掉lòudiàoto miss; to leave out; to omit; to be omitted; to be missing; to slip through; to leak out; to seep away
to lose; to leave behind; to omit; to bequeath; something lost; involuntary discharge (of urine etc)
遗落yíluòto leave behind (inadvertently); to forget; to omit; to leave out
脱落tuōluòto drop off; to come off; to lose (hair etc); to omit (a character when writing)
lüèplan; strategy; outline; summary; slightly; rather; to rob; to plunder; to summarize; to omit
shěngto save; to economize; to do without; to omit; to leave out; province
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