noun, (used with a plural verb)
pants worn for skiing, having the legs tapered to fit snugly at the ankles and sometimes having a strap going under the arch, often made of a stretch or waterproof fabric.
trousers usually of stretch material and kept taut by a strap under the foot, worn for skiing or as a fashion garment
- Skip bail
Also, jump bail . Fail to appear in court for trial and thereby give up the bail bond (paid to secure one’s appearance). For example, I can’t afford to skip bail—I’d lose half a million , or We were sure he’d jump bail but he finally showed up . This idiom uses skip and jump […]
verb (used with object), Military. 1. to attack (a target) by skip bombing.
verb (used with object), Military. 1. to attack (a target) by skip bombing. skip bombing noun 1. bombing, as by a low-flying plane, carried out so that each bomb, when released, skips along the surface below before striking the target.
noun 1. an open car for charging a blast furnace.