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/ skIp; skIp/ v (-pp-) 1 [Ipr, Ip] move lightly and quickly, esp by taking two steps with each foot in turn : a child skipping along the road, into the house, etc ... * skipping along, past, out, etc * skip out of sb's way, ie by making a little jump * The lambs were skipping about in the fields. . 2 [I] jump over a rope held in both one's hands or by two other people and passed repeatedly over the head and under the feet : children skipping in the playground * skipping games . =>illus . 3 (a) [Ipr, Ip] (infml ) go from one place to another quickly or casually : skip over/across to Paris for the weekend * (fig ) She skipped from one subject to another. , . (b) [I, Ipr, Ip, Tn no passive ] ~ (out of...); ~ off leave (a place) secretly or in a hurry : skip (out of) the country with the stolen money * skip off without saying anything to anyone . 4 [Tn] not attend (a meeting, etc) : skip a lecture, an appointment, a class, etc . 5 [I, Tn] omit (part of a book when reading, a task, etc) : I read the whole book without skipping (a page). . * Skip the first chapter and start on page 25. , 25. * He managed to skip the washing-up. . 6 (idm ) `skip it! (infml ) don't talk about that any more : I've heard enough about your job, so skip it! , !
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:43:09
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skip
n skipping movement ; ; ; : a hop, a skip and a jump .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:43:09
skip
/ skIp; skIp/ n large (usu open) metal container for carrying away rubble, rubbish, etc, esp from a building site , : [attrib ] skip hire .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:43:09
skip
/ skIp; skIp/ n large (usu open) metal container for carrying away rubble, rubbish, etc, esp from a building site , : [attrib ] skip hire .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:43:09
skip
n skipping movement ; ; ; : a hop, a skip and a jump .
OXFORD ENGLISH DICTIONARY posted at 2009-11-22 13:43:09

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