Definition of skit in English:

skit

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Pronunciation: /skɪt
 
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noun

Origin

early 18th century (in the sense 'satirical comment or attack'): related to the rare verb skit 'move lightly and rapidly', perhaps from Old Norse (compare with skjóta 'shoot').

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