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English

Etymology

(at least by 1422) Enters Late Middle English, from Latin omittere which means literally “to let go”, from ob- + mittere (“to send”), but also had the connotations to ‘fail to perform’ and ‘to neglect’.

Pronunciation

Verb

Infinitive
to omit

Third person singular
omit

Simple past
ing

Past participle
-

Present participle
t

to omit (third-person singular simple present omit, present participle t, simple past and past participle ing)
  1. (transitive) To leave out or exclude. (most common usage)
  2. (transitive) To fail to perform.
  3. (transitive) To neglect or take no notice of. (Obscure)

Translations

Finnish

Verb

omit

  1. Second-person singular indicative present form of omia.
  2. Second-person singular indicative past form of omia.

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