en
omit

Meaning: tr
atlamak, ihmal etmek; yapmamak
You've omitted something.
The teacher omitted the exercise on page 21 of the book.
You've omitted the preposition in this sentence.
The explanation of the event was omitted for lack of space.
We omitted it on purpose.
In the presence of another negative word, the word "ne" is omitted.
I think I've omitted something.
The president's detractors conveniently omit from their criticism all the positive things he's done.
Some English speakers think that omission of the subject does not occur in their language, however, the subject of phrases like "thank you" or "bless you" is omitted.
You've fallen asleep. Good. I am now going to leave you all alone in the dark while I go out and get drunk." "You are a terrible person." "Gosh! You're still awake." "I stick my tongue out at you as a gesture of defiance. Now continue with the bloody story. If you omit even the tiniest and most insignificant of details, you will return here tomorrow to find these walls covered in excrement. Do I make myself perfectly clear?" "Shut up and listen."
Added on 2014-12-10 | by m1gin | View: 677

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