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VERB 跳跃;蹦跳 If you skip along, you move almost as if you are dancing, with a series of little jumps from one foot to the other.
They saw the man with a little girl skipping along behind him...
We went skipping down the street arm in arm...
VERB 跳绳 When someone skips, they jump up and down over a rope which they or two other people are holding at each end and turning round and round. In American English, you say that someone skips rope .
Outside, children were skipping and singing a rhyme...
They skip rope and play catch, waiting for the bell.
VERB 不做，不参加(常做或大多人都做的事) If you skip something that you usually do or something that most people do, you decide not to do it.
It is important not to skip meals...
Her daughter started skipping school.
VERB 遗漏;略过 If you skip or skip over a part of something you are reading or a story you are telling, you miss it out or pass over it quickly and move on to something else.
You might want to skip the exercises in this chapter...
She reinvented her own life story, skipping over the war years when she had a German lover.
VERB 无次序地转换 If you skip from one subject or activity to another, you move quickly from one to the other although there is no obvious connection between them.
She kept up a continuous chatter, skipping from one subject to the next.
N-COUNT 废料桶 A skip is a large, open, metal container which is used to hold and take away large unwanted items and rubbish.