Translation of omit in Spanish:

omit

Pronunciation: /əʊˈmɪt/

vt (-tt-)

  • 1.1 (leave out) [reference/name/details] omitir, suprimir; (accidentally) olvidar incluir
    More example sentences
    • Cases with missing data for any covariate were omitted from the regression analysis.
    • When any one of these components was omitted from the reaction, licensing dropped to background levels.
    • Good, experienced players were omitted from the World Cup squad and the new boys didn't deliver.
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    • They carefully omitted to mention percentages in their criticism because this was lower than those they imposed.
    • Whoever wrote the menu had omitted to mention that the dish came with a spaghetti infused with large dollops of anchovies.
    • She omitted to mention that the race was the first of this year's super bike grand prix held at different venues all over the world.
    1.2 (fail) [formal] to omit to + inf omitir + inf [formal]

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