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Turkish translation of “omit”

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omit

verb
 
 
/əʊˈmɪt/ ( present participle omitting, past tense and past participle omitted)
[T] to not include something
atlamak, dahil etmemek, yanlışlıkla unutmak, çıkarmak, dışında bırakmak
[often passive] He was omitted from the team because of his behaviour.Excluding
omit to do sth mainly UK formal to not do something
ihmal etmek, yapmamak
She omitted to mention where she was going.Failing and doing badly
Translations of “omit”
in Korean 생략하다…
in Arabic يَحْذُف…
in French omettre, omettre/négliger de…
in Italian omettere, tralasciare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 疏忽,遺漏, 刪節,排除…
in Russian не включать, пропускать…
in Polish pomijać…
in Spanish omitir, suprimir, dejar de…
in Portuguese omitir…
in German weglassen, unterlassen…
in Catalan ometre…
in Japanese ~を除外する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疏忽,遗漏, 删节,排除…
(Definition of omit from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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