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omit

Meaning: tr
atlamak, ihmal etmek; yapmamak
You've omitted something.
In Portuguese, the article is used in some cases and omitted in others.
The president's detractors conveniently omit from their criticism all the positive things he's done.
We omitted it by intent.
You should omit this word from the sentence.
Procrastinating was a terrible idea, as Tom found out that he had completely omitted an important essay.
You can omit the last chapter of the book.
Omit needless words!
Time is short and we must omit some of the speeches from the program.
We'll sing that song, omitting the last two verses.
Added on 2014-12-10 | by m1gin | View: 594
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