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English translation of 'omitir'

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omitir

Verb Table transitive verb
1.  (no decir) to leave outmiss outomit
2. 
omitir hacer algo to omit to do sthfail to do sth

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Example Sentences Including 'omitir'

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El espacio ha intentado no omitir ningún detalle, incluso cuando los jóvenes crean situaciones de auténtico peligro en la carretera debido al alcohol.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
Escribiendo desde el País Vasco, pido la venia para no omitir que a más de uno de nosotros se nos ha pasado por la cabeza la posibilidad de otro autor.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)
No debo omitir , en esta cuestión, siquiera sea en términos sumarios, alguna referencia a las fuentes de este trabajo.
Ramón Carande Thovar Estudios de historia. Vol 1. Temas de historia de España
Y optan por que ese periódico sea EL MUNDO, sabedores de que nosotros vamos a reproducir sus palabras tal cual, sin omitir nada.
El Mundo del Siglo Veintiuno (1995)

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'omitir' in Other Languages

British English: leave out /liːv aʊt/ VERB
If you leave someone or something out of something such as an activity or a collection, you do not include them in it.
I never left him out of my team.
  • American English: leave out
  • Arabic: يُخْرِجُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: omitir
  • Chinese: 省去
  • Croatian: izostaviti
  • Czech: vynechat
  • Danish: udelade
  • Dutch: weglaten
  • European Spanish: omitir
  • Finnish: jättää pois
  • French: exclure
  • German: auslassen
  • Greek: παραλείπω
  • Italian: escludere
  • Japanese: 省く
  • Korean: 빼놓다
  • Norwegian: utelate
  • Polish: opuścić
  • European Portuguese: excluir
  • Romanian: a exclude
  • Russian: пропускать
  • Spanish: omitir
  • Swedish: utesluta
  • Thai: ไม่รวมไว้ใน
  • Turkish: çıkarmak
  • Ukrainian: не включати
  • Vietnamese: bỏ ra ngoài
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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Translation of omitir from the Collins Spanish to English
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