Skimmings



noun
1.
Usually, skimmings. something that is removed by skimming.
2.
skimmings, Metallurgy. dross.
3.
Slang. the practice of concealing gambling or other profits so as to avoid paying taxes, commissions, etc.
plural noun
1.
material that is skimmed off a liquid
2.
the froth containing concentrated ore removed during a flotation process
3.
slag, scum, or impurities removed from molten metals

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