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skip /skip/
  • danh từ
    • (thể dục,thể thao) đội trưởng, thủ quân
    • ông bầu
    • danh từ
      • thùng lồng (để chuyển người, đồ vật lên xuống hầm mỏ)
      • (như) skep
      • sự nhảy nhót, sự nhảy cẫng
      • sự nhảy dây
      • nhảy, bỏ quãng
        • to skip from one subject to another: đang chuyện nọ nhảy (rọ) sang chuyện kia
        • he skips as he reads: khi đọc, anh ấy bỏ quãng
      • nhảy lớp
      • (từ lóng) chuồn, lủi, đi mất
      • ngoại động từ
        • nhảy, bỏ, quên
          • to skip a passage: nhảy một đoạn
          • to skip a form: nhảy một lớp
          • to skip the descriptions: bỏ không đọc những đoạn tả, quên không đọc những đoạn tả
      Concise Dictionary
      skipped|skipping|skipsskɪp
      noun
      +a gait in which steps and hops alternate
      +a mistake resulting from neglect
      verb
      +bypass
      +intentionally fail to attend
      +jump lightly
      +leave suddenly
      +bound off one point after another
      +cause to skip over a surface

      Thesaurus Dictionary
      v.
      1 leap, cavort, caper, gambol, frisk, prance, jump, hop, romp, bound, dance:
      Eleanor came skipping down the walk to the house.
      2 omit, leave out, pass by, overlook, pass over, avoid, ignore, disregard, steer clear of, cut:
      In my haste, I skipped over your name. Please skip the reading of the roll today.
      n.
      3 leap, cavort, caper, gambol, frisk, prance, jump, bound, dance, hop, romp:
      He had a curious way of walking, giving a little skip before each step
      4 lacuna, gap, omission, avoidance, disregard; miss, Colloq go-by:
      There was a skip of
      32 pages after page 64. If you take my advice, you will give that restaurant a skip.
      skipper
      n.
      captain, master, commander; boss, leader, chief:
      The skipper gave orders to put him in irons.
      Advanced English Dictionary
      verb, noun
      + verb
      (-pp-)
      move with jumps
      1 [V] [usually +adv./prep.] to move forwards lightly and quickly making a little jump with each step: She skipped happily along beside me. + Lambs were skipping about in the fields.
      jump over rope
      2 [V] (BrE) (AmE jump rope, skip rope) to jump over a rope which is held at both ends by yourself or by two other people and is passed again and again over your head and under your feet: He skips for about 20 minutes a day. + The girls were skipping in the playground.
      not do sth
      3 [VN] to not do sth that you usually do or should do: I often skip breakfast altogether. + She decided to skip the afternoon's class.
      4 to leave out sth that would normally be the next thing that you would do, read, etc: [VN] You can skip the next chapter if you have covered the topic in class. + [V] I skipped over the last part of the book. + I suggest we skip to the last item on the agenda.
      change quickly
      5 [V +adv./prep.] to move from one place to another or from one subject to another very quickly: She kept skipping from one topic of conversation to another.
      leave secretly
      6 [VN] to leave a place secretly or suddenly: [VN] The bombers skipped the country shortly after the blast.
      stones
      7 [VN] (BrE also skim) to make a flat stone jump across the surface of water: The boys were skipping stones across the pond.
      Idioms: skip it (spoken, informal) used to tell sb rudely that you do not want to talk about sth or repeat what you have said: 'What were you saying?' 'Oh, skip it!'
      Phrasal Verbs: skip off / out to leave secretly or suddenly
      skip out on sb (AmE) to leave sb, especially when they need you: One day he just skipped out on his wife, leaving her with four kids to take care of.
      + noun
      movement
      1 a skipping movement: She gave a skip and a jump and was off down the street.
      container for waste
      2 (BrE) (AmE Dumpster) a large open container for putting old bricks, rubbish/garbage, etc. in. The skip is then loaded on a lorry/truck and taken away.
      Collocation Dictionary
      verb

      ADV.

      lightly, nimbly | happily | along

      PREP.

      down, up
      He skipped lightly up the stairs.



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