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skip 1

British English: /skɪp/
American English: /skɪp/

intransitive verb -pp-

  • 2
    (use skipping rope) seilspringen
  • 5 [colloquial]
    (flee) abhauen [colloquial]

transitive verb -pp-

  • 1 (omit) (in mentioning names) skip it!
    [colloquial]
    vergiss es [colloquial]
    my heart skipped a beat
    [figurative]
    mir stockte das Herz
  • 2 [colloquial] (miss)
    schwänzen [colloquial] (Schule usw.)
    liegen lassen (Hausarbeit)
    skip breakfast/lunch etc.
    das Frühstück/Mittagessen usw. auslassen
  • 3 [colloquial]
    (flee from) abhauen aus [colloquial]
    bail1 1 1
  • 4skip rope (American English)
    seilspringen

noun

  • Hüpfer, der
    Hopser, der [colloquial]
    give a skip of delight
    vor Freude hüpfen

Phrasal verbs

skip about

intransitive verb 1
herumhüpfen
2he did not stay with his subject but skipped about
er hielt sich nicht an sein Thema, sondern sprang von einem Gegenstand zum anderen od. nächsten

skip across

intransitive verb
rüberspringen [colloquial]
skip across to France
[figurative]
kurz nach Frankreich hinüberfahren od. [colloquial] rüberfahren

skip around

skip off

intransitive verb 1pop off 2 2
(flee) sich absetzen [colloquial]

skip over

intransitive verb skip across
transitive verb skip1 2 1

skip through

transitive verb 1skim through 2 (make short work of)
[rasch] durchziehen [colloquial]
herunterschnurren [colloquial] (Vorlesung)

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skip 2

noun

  • 2 (Mining)
    Skip, der
    Fördergefäß, das

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