omit (someone or something) from (something)

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omit (someone or something) from (something)

To fail, neglect, or choose to leave out a particular person or thing from something. In an unprecedented public snub, the host country omitted the prime minister from the summit guest list. You omitted your sources for the data points you used to make your argument in paragraph four, so I had to deduct points.
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omit someone or something from something

to leave someone or something out of something. You omitted Carol from the list. I think that you omitted our company from the bidding. She omitted herself from the list of participants.
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"But it does put a lot of uncertainty into the future prospects because Saudi have been pretty clear that they are looking wherever they choose to maybe omit us from bidding things that traditionally we would have bid," he added.
The engineering company also faces headwinds in Latin America, where it reported a C$346 million loss related to what analysts understand to be Chilean state-run miner Codelco's Chuquicamata copper mine.It is also expecting lower annual revenue from its metals and mining business, said the report."We disclosed back in August the potential effects of the Canadian- Saudi issue, and I think that in itself doesn't affect the work we do today and the backlog we have," said SNC-Lavalin CEO Neil Bruce in a video presentation accompanying the company's full year results."But it does put a lot of uncertainty into the future prospects because Saudi have been pretty clear that they are looking wherever they choose to maybe omit us from bidding things that traditionally we would have bid," he added.
To omit us from the map that shows all other bases, including those in foreign countries, just leaves a bad impression to all of us out here.
If they omit us from their history books, they certainly are going to omit us from their press."