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French translation of 'omit'

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omit

[əʊˈmɪt ]
transitive verb
1. 
[mention, name] omettre
[ingredient] omettre
2.  (fail)
to omit to do sth omettre de faire qch
Hotels often omit to check guests’ cars. Les hôtels omettent souvent de vérifier les voitures des clients.
He omitted to say whether these men would be armed. Il a omis de dire si ces hommes allaient être armés.

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Example Sentences Including 'omit'

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The store's ads also discreetly omitted this piece of information.
Kiam, Victor Going For It!: How to Succeed As an Entrepreneur (1986)
It had omitted to tell you this when first rejecting your claim.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
I omitted to tell him there was a mile in front!
The Sun (2014)
There is no pressure from the PGMOL to include or omit anything.
The Sun (2016)
He did grace an early press screening, but oddly my name was omitted from the guest list.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
He said he had omitted to tell police where he was on the day that his daughter disappeared.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
What somebody had omitted to tell me, in the transition period, were all the changes that had happened.
The Sun (2013)
Whether a paragraph is included or omitted can tilt the report towards particular political interests.
Times, Sunday Times (2013)
His name was accidentally omitted from the list '.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)

Trends of 'omit'

In Common Usage. omit is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'omit' in Other Languages

British English: omit VERB
If you omit something, you do not include it in an activity or piece of work, deliberately or accidentally.
Omit the salt in this recipe.

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