omit美 [oʊ'mɪt] 英 [əʊ'mɪt]
to not include sth/sb, either deliberately or because you have forgotten it/them
If you are a student, you can omit questions 16–18.
学生可以免答 16–18 题。
People were surprised that Smith was omitted from the team.
2.~ to do sth
to not do or fail to do sth
She omitted to mention that they were staying the night.
to fail to include or mention somebody or something, either deliberately or accidentally
The genius is often in what you omit or leave on the editing room floor.
For those for whom this still remains a little difficult, do not omit the fact that this small o is something that is altogether existent!
But if thou wilt choose to understand the meaning of what is said, do not fear that for this reason thou wilt omit any social act.
He did not omit to avail himself of the opportunity, cautiously and briefly: too cautiously to betray his presence by the slightest noise.
The angle brackets around the number are necessary; if you omit them the number will be considered to be part of the name.
You can omit the parts where he doesn't take the time to see her. . . she'll figure that part out on her own.
Omit any unnecessary articles such as "a, " "an, " "the, " or other words for an easy to understand point description.
Don't omit sensory details and a bit of color.
As much information, write at least, only took part, contact information, such as favorite to omit the word!
Omit the parenthesis only if the anonymous method could have been used on any delegate .