Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Omit"

The meaning of "Omit" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does To omit mean?
A: Leave (something/someone) out, to exclude
Q: What does Wet/Dry Bar- omit mean?
A: I think it means they serve alcohol.
Q: What does omit mean?
A: To delete/erase

Example sentences using "Omit"

Q: Please show me example sentences with omit .
A: @chemyming7 Omit means to leave out

“The boy did not know the answer so he omitted his answer”

“The Boss said to omit the last section of the interview”

“Some information on difficult topics are omitted to make them easier to understand”
Q: Please show me example sentences with "omit".
A: omit means the same as erase.
ex: i can omit the subject in a compound.
Q: Please show me example sentences with omit.
A: 1. She was allergic to eggs, so, I had to omit them from the recipe.
2.Some languages tend to omit the subject of the sentence.
Omit means to leave out
Q: Please show me example sentences with omit.
A: Please don't omit the swear words

Please omit that paragraph

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Synonyms of "Omit" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between omit and skip ?
A: As verbs the difference between omit and skip is that omit is to leave out or exclude while skip is to move by hopping on alternate feet.
Q: What is the difference between omit and skip ?
A: yeah.
— I always skip a word in a sentence.

But if you’re telling a story, it’s just going to be past tense.
— She skipped a word in a sentence.
Q: What is the difference between omit and abbreviate ?
A: Omit means to get rid of something or leave it out
Abbreviate means to make something shorter in duration

In the word “can’t” you are OMITTING the letter “o” from the word “cannot”. As a result, “can’t” is an abbreviation of “cannot” because it is shorter than the word “cannot”

(Part of the word “abbreviate” is related to the word “brief”. I think it can be translated literally to “To make brief.”)
Q: What is the difference between omit and skip ?
A: Skip means "pass up" or "pass over."

Omit means to leave it out, to forget or overlook it intentionally or unintentionally.

If I you omit something, you remove it. For example, "I omitted certain ingredients from the recipe guide." The ingredients were on the recipe guide, but I decided to take them off.

If you skip something you miss it out of a sequence. For example, if you're watching a television show, and you finishing watching episode one and then you watch episode three instead of two, then that means you skipped episode two. " Oh no! I skipped episode two by accident! :O"

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Q: What is the difference between "omit" and "skip" and "pass" ?
A: Omit - If I omit something, I remove it. For example, "I decided to omit the ice cream from the desert menu". The Ice cream was on the menu but I decided to take it off.

Skip - If I skip something I miss it out of a sequence. For example, if I counted the sequence 1, 2, 4. I skipped 3. 3 still exists I just left it out of the sequence.

Pass - Pass is a movement of an object from one place to another. Often it is used to mean 'skip and move on to the next'. For example "Chris couldn't answer the question so he passed it on the Emily"

Translations of "Omit"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? omit
A: it's similar to ignore, neglect and look over

e.g. Emma was omitted from the invitation list so the receptionist couldn't find her name on it.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 'omit'
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Omit"

Q: I sometimes omit “do” out of “do you know ~?”
is that okay?
e.g) you know what it is?
A: It can be okay in informal situations such as speaking with friends, but it's a good idea to use "do you" in formal situations
Q: Can I omit this IF?
“She looks as IF she were [she's] dying.”
A: Not really, it wouldn't sound very natural.
Q: We have two items to decide on.

Can I omit 'on' ? Does this sound natural?
A: You're good to leave the "on". If you take it away, I'm not sure the sentence would make sense.

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