Definition of omit
- omits one important detail
- You can omit the salt from the recipe.
Please don't omit any details.
you must not omit mentioning the sources you used in researching your paper
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: to leave out (someone or something) : to not include (someone or something)
: to fail to do (something)
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of yeast or being unsettled or frivolous
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