Definition of 'omission'
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If I have succeeded you may now be able to rectify the omission we referred to at the beginning of this conversation. LOHENGRIN (2002)He did not offer Taggart any, an omission which Taggart, who felt awash with coffee, did not regret. LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (2002)
Mrs. Laura Anderson considered the omission a lot more peevishly than she ought to have done. NIMITZ CLASS (2002)
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Translations for 'omission'
British English: omission NOUN
An omission is something that has not been included or has not been done, either deliberately or accidentally.
He was surprised by his wife's omission from the guest list.
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