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Translation of "skip" - English-Turkish dictionary

skip

verb
 
 
/skɪp/ ( present participle skipping, past tense and past participle skipped)
MOVE FORWARD [I] to move forward, jumping quickly from one foot to the other
sekmek, seke seke gitmek
She watched her daughter skipping down the street.Moving quickly
JUMP [I] ( 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
ip atlamak
I skip for ten minutes every day to keep fit.Children's gamesExercising and training
NOT DO [T] B2 to not do something that you usually do or that you should do
atlamak, es geçmek, boş vermek
I think I'll skip lunch today - I'm not very hungry.ExcludingAvoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
AVOID [T] ( also skip over) to avoid reading or talking about something by starting to read or talk about the next thing instead
atlamak, başka bir konuya geçmek, atlatmak
I usually skip the boring bits.ExcludingAvoiding actionLaziness and lazy people
(Definition of skip verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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