#### Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

##### by Jerzy Trzeciak

## omit

[*see also*: drop, delete, remove, dispense with

The conclusion does not follow if continuity is omitted from the hypotheses.

So far it seems not to be known whether the geometric condition on X can be omitted.

We omit further details.

The wedge denotes that e_{i} has been omitted.

However, if B were omitted in (1), the case n=0 would imply Nf=1,
an undesirable restriction.

To simplify the writing, we take a=0 and omit the subscripts a.

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