Translation of "skip" - English-Spanish dictionary

skip

verb uk /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.

(Translation 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

(Translation of “skip” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)