Skip off

(intransitive, adverb) (Brit, informal) to leave work, school, etc, early or without authorization


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    noun 1. a slender pole or stick, usually with a metal point at one end, a loop for the hand at the other, and a disk near the lower end to prevent its sinking into snow, used in skiing to gain momentum, maintain balance, execute certain jumps, etc.

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    adjective 1. able to be skipped, omitted, or passed over without loss; unimportant.

  • Skipped

    verb (used without object), skipped, skipping. 1. to move in a light, springy manner by bounding forward with alternate hops on each foot. 2. to pass from one point, thing, subject, etc., to another, disregarding or omitting what intervenes: He skipped through the book quickly. 3. to go away hastily and secretly; flee without notice. […]

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