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NOUN   a skip | skips
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VERB  to skip | skipped | skipped ... 
 
SYNO   to jump | to pass over | to skip ... 
to skip sth. [omit] [e.g. a few lines]
1247
etw.Akk. auslassen [überspringen]
to skip sth. [generation, passage, chapter etc.]
717
etw.Akk. überspringen [fig.] [auslassen, übergehen]
to skip
558
hüpfen
educ. to skip [coll.]
405
schwänzen [ugs.]
to skip sth. [not attend]
152
etw.Akk. auslassen [nicht hingehen, schwänzen]
to skip
148
springen [hüpfen, seilhüpfen]
to skip sb./sth. [to pass over]
119
jdn./etw. übergehen
to skip sth. [pages, chapters etc.]
69
etw. überschlagen [auslassen in Buch, Text]
to skip [with a skipping rope]
49
seilspringen
to skip
40
tänzeln [sich leichtfüßig bewegen, z. B. beim Boxen]
to skip sth. [a passage of a text unvoluntarily]
40
etw. überlesen
to skip sth. [an appointment etc.]
31
etw. spritzen [österr. ugs.] [Termin etc.]
to skip [with a skipping rope]
16
seilhüpfen
games to skip sb. [e.g. in UNO®]jdn. überspringen [z. B. bei UNO®] [jdn. aussetzen lassen]
to skip sth. [coll.] [not attend]sichDat. etw. schenken [ugs.] [Vorlesung etc.]
to skip sth. [lesson etc.]etw. ausfallen lassen [nicht hingehen]
to skip sth. [not attend]etw. sausen lassen [ugs.]
Nouns
constr. skip [Br.] [large container for waste]
269
Container {m} [Müllcontainer]
constr. skip
152
Mulde {f} [für Bauschutt etc.]
skip
105
Sprung {m} [Hüpfer]
skip [omission]
29
Auslassung {f}
mining skip
10
Fördergefäß {n}
mus. skip
5
[Intervall von mehr als einem Ganzton]
skip
5
Leerbefehl {m}
constr. skip [Br.] [dumpster]
5
Schuttmulde {f}
phys. skip [skywave]Raumwelle {f}
2 Words: Others
mus. by skip {adv}sprungweise
Skip it!Lass es doch!
comp. Skip navigation.Navigation überspringen.
2 Words: Verbs
to skip aboutherumhüpfen
law to skip bail [coll.]die Kaution verfallen lassen
educ. to skip classes [coll.]den Unterricht schwänzen [ugs.]
to skip dinnerdas Abendessen auslassen
to skip mealsMahlzeiten auslassen
to skip over sth.etw.Akk. überspringen
to skip over sth.über etw.Akk. hinwegspringen
to skip pastüberflügeln
to skip rope [Am.]seilhüpfen
to skip rope [Am.]seilspringen
educ. to skip schoolSchul stageln [österr.] [regional] [Schule schwänzen]
to skip school [coll.]blaumachen [ugs.] [die Schule schwänzen]
to skip school [coll.]die Schule schwänzen [ugs.]
lit. to skip to sth. [of readers: go to another chapter, part, etc. of a text]zu etw. springen [beim Lesen: zu einem anderen Teil des Textes]
idiom to skip town [coll.]aus der Stadt abhauen [ugs.]
to skip workblaumachen [ugs.]
2 Words: Nouns
(rubbish) skip [esp. Br.]Müllcontainer {m}
concrete skipBetonkübel {m}
horizontal skipZeilensprung {m}
line skipZeilensprung {m}
refuse skip [Br.]Müllcontainer {m}
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Q 2011-05-21: program skip patterns, block rotat...
A 2011-04-14: I'd skip the "As"
A 2011-02-13: skip gültigem ....?!
A 2010-12-30: I'd skip the negative form
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A 2010-08-18: I'd skip the "einmal"
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