Meaning of SKEW in English
[skew] vb [ME, to escape, skew, fr. ONF escuer to shun, of Gmc origin; akin to OHG sciuhen to frighten off--more at shy] vi (15c) 1: to take an oblique course
2: to look askance ~ vt 1: to make, set, or cut on the skew
2: to distort esp. from a true value or symmetrical form "~ed statistical data"
skew adj (1609) 1: set, placed, or running obliquely: slanting
2: more developed on one side or in one direction than another: not symmetrical skew n (1688): a deviation from a straight line: slant
Merriam-Webster English vocab. Английский словарь Merriam Webster. 2012