What does omission and possession mean

Omission (German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Under | reading, Plural: Under | las | sun | gen
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˌƱntɐˈlasʊŋ]
Word meaning / definition:
1) (often intentional) lack of action
Origin of the term:
Derivation from the stem of the verb fail with the derivative (derivative morpheme) -ung
Related terms:
1) failure
Application examples:
1) “Politicians must learn that the omission a regulation can be good policy. "
1) “If the newspaper or magazine is omitted, its publisher or, if one is not named, its publisher is entitled to the same claims as an author in the case of an illegal one omission the indication of the author's designation. "
1) "Anyone who is violated in one of the powers to which they are entitled from a trademark or who has to worry about such an infringement can on omission complain."
1) “But can the claim in the sense of this legal conception omission Credit-damaging factual assertions, contrary to the view held for the German legal area, not already from a general legal obligation to omission unlawful acts, but in the sense of the [...] detailed considerations only derive from the [...] revocation claim by way of a size limit, then it follows that the legal requirements of these two claims must be the same, so the infringer only then omission can be claimed if he knew or ought to have known the untruth of the factual assertions made by him. "
Word formations:
Claim to cease and desist, request to cease and desist, cease and desist, cease and desist offense, cease and desist, cease and desist action, cease and desist, cease and desist offense, sin of cease and desist
Nominative: singular omission; Plural Omissions
Genitive: singular omission; Plural Omissions
Dative: singular omission; Plural Omissions
Accusative: singular omission; Plural Omissions


  • English: 1) omission
  • French: 1) omission (Female)
  • Georgian: 1) უმოქმედობა (umokmedeba), outdated: უდებება (udebeba)
  • Interlingua: 1) omission
  • Italian: 1) omissione (Female), il tralasciare
  • Catalan: 1) omissió (Female)
  • Spanish: 1) omisión (Female)
  • Hungarian: 1) mulasztás

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The billionaire and new 'Krone' investor is asking for an item omission and revocation.
DiePresse.com, March 29, 2019

Reviews in online portals are controversial - so three fitness studios had Yelp on omission sued. Now a higher regional court has decided.
heise online, November 13, 2018

Reviews in online portals are controversial - three gyms had Yelp on omission sued. Now a court has decided.
Computer picture, November 14, 2018

The case surrounding the Erl Festival is richer by one more lawsuit. Gustav Kuhn has a civil law suit omission brought in against the artist Julia Oesch.
Krone.at, October 11, 2018

The music company has MusicMonster.FM on omission and sued for damages. Platform users were able to record and download music from internet radio stations.
Handelsblatt.com, November 22, 2018

Tesla has the competition headquarters in Germany omission sued.
TrendingTopics.at, June 16, 2020

Lawsuit against the press officer omission and public revocation.
Kleine Zeitung, September 26, 2020

Two law enforcement officers were transferred because there was one omission gave - and not because they are politically suspect. A comment.
tagesspiegel.de, August 12, 2020

After four bankruptcies it's over: The director of the Circus Royal has to go omission the bookkeeping to jail.
SRF, August 19, 2020

The District Court of Munich II initially settled a strange dispute between two hunters. A hunter from Sindelsdorf had a colleague from Großweil omission sued.
Mercury, February 05, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Failure to comply
  • failure: the failure to do something for which there was only a limited amount of time available
  • Failure

Another word (synonym) for omission - Source: OpenThesaurus

Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "omission":

fracture: ... Misconduct, neglect of duty, insolence, disobedience, indecision, transgression, omission, infidelity, injury, neglect, 5) turning away, replacement, quarrel, disobedience ...

Help:… Origin of the term: from help Synonyms: 3) Aids, support Opposite words: Omission Parent terms: support Subordinate terms: 1)…

failure: ... to the stem of the verb miss with the derivative (derivative morpheme) -nis Synonyms: 1) Omission, neglect, negligence Examples of use: 1) This is a ...

did:… Do (-ti-abstractum) Synonyms: 1) do, act 2) criminal offense, offense Opposite words: 1) omission, misdeed General terms: 1) action, act 2) punishable ...

To do:… Pronunciation / emphasis: IPA: [tuːn] Meaning of the word / definition: 1) intentional execution or omission Origin of the term: substantiation of the verb tun (= conversion) ...

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The following terms

Omissions (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Un | ter | las | sun | gen Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…

Omission (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular omission; Plural ...

Failure to act (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Underscore | las | sungs | hand | lun | gen Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA: ...

Injunction (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular die injunction; Majority of the ...

Injunctions (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Unter | ter | las | sungs | kla | gen Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA: ...

Lower course (German) Part of speech: noun, (male) Cases: nominative: singular underflow; Plural underflows genitive: singular ...

Lower reaches (German) Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Unterlauf Hyphenation: Lower | lower | lau | fe Pronunciation / stress: ...

Lower course (German) Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Unterlaufs Hyphenation: Un | ter | lau | fes Pronunciation / Emphasis: ...

Lower reaches (German) Part of speech: Declined form Secondary forms: Unterlaufes Syllable separation: Under | under | Laufs Pronunciation / Emphasis: ...

Omission (German) Unterlaß is an outdated spelling of Unterlass, which has not been used since the 1996 reform ...

Inferiority (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular inferiority; Plural inferences genitive: ...

Inferiorities (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Under | le | gen | he | th Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA: ...