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skip / salto
skip   1   [skɪp]
A. -noun   salto (m),   brinco (m)
B. -intransitive verb
1. (=jump)   brincar,   saltar
·to skip with joy
·dar brincos or saltos de alegría,   brincar or saltar de alegría
·to skip in/out
·entrar/salir dando brincos
·he skipped out of the way
·se apartó de un salto
·to skip off
(figurative)   largarse,   rajarse Latin America
2. (with a rope)   saltar a la comba
3. (figurative)
·to skip over something
·pasar algo por alto,   saltarse algo
·to skip from one thing to another
·saltar de un tema a otro
·the book skips about a lot
·el libro da muchos saltos
C. -transitive verb
[+meal, lesson, page]   saltarse
·to skip lunch
·saltarse el almuerzo,   no almorzar
·you should never skip breakfast
·no debes saltarte nunca el desayuno
·to skip school
·hacer novillos,   hacer la rabona
·let'noun skip it!
*   ¡basta de eso!
D. -compound
·skip rope   -noun
(United States)   skipping rope
skip / contenedor de basuras
skip   2   [skɪp]   -noun
(British, Great Britain)
(=container)   contenedor (m) de basuras
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged and Audio Headword Pronunciation (Spanish) 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co Ltd. 1971,1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992,1993,1996,1997,2000,2003,2005.
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