Definitions of "omission"
  1. A scenario in which a certain action, duty or requirement is neglected or not conducted
  2. The circumstance or condition where something, required by law or procedure, is excluded or not carried out
How to use "omission" in a sentence
  1. The omission of relevant information from the document led to a dispute.
  2. His omission in fulfilling the duty led to his dismissal from the job.
  3. The law doesn't forgive the omission of certain crucial steps in the legal procedures.

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