pretermission

pretermit

[pree-ter-mit]
verb (used with object), pretermitted, pretermitting.
1.
to let pass without notice; disregard.
2.
to leave undone; neglect; omit.
3.
to suspend or interrupt: The government temporarily pretermitted its repayments of foreign aid.

Origin:
1505–15; < Latin praetermittere to let pass, equivalent to praeter- preter- + mittere to let go, send

pretermission [pree-ter-mish-uhn] , noun
pretermitter, noun
unpretermitted, adjective
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pretermit (ˌpriːtəˈmɪt)
 
vb , -mits, -mitting, -mitted
1.  to overlook intentionally; disregard
2.  to fail to do; neglect; omit
 
[C16: from Latin praetermittere to let pass, from preter- + mittere to send, release]
 
pretermission
 
n
 
preter'mitter
 
n

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