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Translation of "skip" - English-Spanish dictionary

skip

verb   /skɪp/ ( present participle skipping, past tense and past participle skipped)
to not do something that you usually do saltarse I think I’ll skip lunch today.
to move forward, jumping quickly from one foot to the other ir dando saltos, brincar She watched her daughter skipping down the street.
UK ( US skip rope) to jump over a rope while you or two other people move it over and then under your body again and again saltar a la cuerda I skip for ten minutes every day to keep fit.
skip rope US ( UK skip)
to jump over a rope while you or two other people move it over and then under your body again and again saltar a la cuerda I skip for ten minutes every day to keep fit.
(Definition of skip from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

skip

verb /skip/ ( past tense, past participle skipped)
to go along with a hop on each foot in turn saltar The little girl skipped up the path.
to jump over a rope that is being turned under the feet and over the head (as a children’s game). saltar (a la cuerda)
to miss out (a meal, part of a book etc) saltarse I skipped lunch and went shopping instead Skip chapter two.
skipping rope noun
(British ) a piece of rope with handles at each end that you swing over your head and then then jump over, for fun or exercise; jump rope (American) Cuerda de Saltar a la Comba
(Definition of skip from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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