Meaning of SKIP in English

SKIP

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.

Oxford thesaurus English vocab.      Английский словарь Оксфорд тезаурус.