- move along lightly, stepping from one foot to the other with a hop or bounce；jump over a rope which is held at both ends by oneself or two other people and turned repeatedly over the head and under the feet, as a game or for exercise
- a light, bouncing step; a skipping movement；an act of passing over part of a sequence of data or instructions.
verb: skip, 3rd person present: skips, gerund or present participle: skipping, past tense: skipped, past participle: skipped
noun: skip, plural noun: skips
- 1. move along lightly, stepping from one foot to the other with a hop or bounce she began to skip down the path 同義詞 反義詞
- 2. British jump over a rope which is held at both ends by oneself or two other people and turned repeatedly over the head and under the feet, as a game or for exercise training was centred on running and skipping
- ▪ North American jump over (a rope that is being turned) the younger girls had been skipping rope
- ▪ jump lightly over the children used to skip the puddles
- 3. omit (part of a book that one is reading, or a stage in a sequence that one is following) the video manual allows the viewer to skip sections he's not interested in 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ move quickly and in an unmethodical way from one point or subject to another Marian skipped half-heartedly through the book 同義詞 反義詞
- 4. fail to attend or deal with as appropriate; miss I wanted to skip my English lesson to visit my mother try not to skip breakfast 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ informal abandon an undertaking, conversation, or activity after several wrong turns in our journey, we almost decided to skip it
- ▪ informal run away; disappear I'm not giving them a chance to skip off again 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ informal depart quickly and secretly from she skipped her home amid rumours of a romance
- 5. throw (a stone) so that it ricochets off the surface of water they skipped stones across the creek
- 1. a light, bouncing step; a skipping movement he moved with a strange, dancing skip
- 2. an act of passing over part of a sequence of data or instructions.
- 3. North American informal a person who is missing, especially one who has defaulted on a debt.