Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Skip"

The meaning of "Skip" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does squatted, skips mean?
A: to squat - live illegally in an abandoned or uninhabited building

skip - UK term for a dumpster, a large garbage container that trucks come and empty on the street
Q: What does skipped mean?
A: if there is 1,2,3,4,5 and you skip 2 you have 1,3,4,5, 2 was skipped. If you have: mitch, jim, sam and frank and you skip sam you have only mitch, jim and then frank, sam was skipped.
Q: What does to skip ticks mean?
A: do you mean: skeptics?
Q: What does skipping mean?
A: Puede significar saltarse o brincar
Q: What does contemplated skipping mean?
A: Yes, that's skipping. To choose not to do something.

Example sentences using "Skip"

Q: Please show me example sentences with skip .
A: I skipped lunch because I have to go to a dinner later.
Q: Please show me example sentences with skip.
A: “I always skip my classes”
“I skip every morning in order to keep fit”
“They emptied the waste into the skip
Q: Please show me example sentences with skipped .
A: two meanings:

i skipped work today
i really didnt want to go to class, so i skipped it
i can believe you skipped out on ice cream

she skipped down the hall
he was so happy that he skipped away
the kids were excited for dinner, and they skipped all the way there
Q: Please show me example sentences with skip.
A: So skip could be used a few ways like, "I am going to skip down the street" or "I am going to skip town; I am going to skip class" so skip the motion is like slightly springing off one foot while moving forward and to skip in the other means like you are going to leave or miss the place so you are leaving town. I hope I explained this ok and helped you a little bit!
Q: Please show me example sentences with skip around.
A: Expressions for any circumstance?

Synonyms of "Skip" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between skip ahead and skip over ?
A: they mostly mean the same thing but they are kinda used in different sense. skipping over means skipping 1 thing while skipping ahead means skipping multiple things.

let’s use reading a book as a example:
-skipping over a chapter means that you find that chapter boring and useless so you want to skip to the next chapter. you think that skipping this chapter will have no impact on the plot of the book
-skipping ahead in a book means you’re skipping several chapters because you find that the book is dragging and the plot isn’t developing at all. usually when people say skipping ahead, they’ll most likely be skipping all the way to the end to see the resolution

same goes for when watching a movie
-skipping over means skipping a scene you don’t want to watch (i.e sex scene, murder scene, etc.)
-skipping ahead usually means skipping through the rest of the movie and ultimately ending up at the end to see the outcome
Q: What is the difference between skip me and let me pass ?
A: 'Skip me' is used when you don't want to go.
'Let me pass' is used when you want to go and someone/something isn't letting you.
Q: What is the difference between skip and hop ?
A: Skipping is using both feet, hopping is using just one foot
Q: What is the difference between skip and skim ?
A: @Oblivion: skip = 1) to move along litely Stepping from.one foot to another with a hop or bounce. 2) To pass over something and disregarding or omitting what it intervenes.

Ex: He had to skip school to have fun.

Skim - 1) remove a substance from the surface of a liquid.
2) the act of reading something quickly of superficially.

Ex: I will skim through my notes to find the answer.

Skim
Q: What is the difference between skip and over ?
A: to skip = a verb (I am going to skip lunch today.)
over = a preposition (Your friend is over there. OR...Place your hand over mine.)

Translations of "Skip"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? skip
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? skip
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 乗越す (skip?)
A: I think missed would be the best translation here.

Here are some options for how to say this:

I slept through my station/stop.

I was sleeping and missed my stop.

Other questions about "Skip"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce I skipped having a shower..
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Q: Can you skip commercial? does this sound natural?
A: can you help me with my English?
Q: I skipped studying English and Italian. does this sound natural?
A: I didn't study for English or Italian.
Q: I often skip blogging. does this sound natural?
A: It's not really wrong but 'blogging' is more often used as a noun. I think that something like "I often skip writing in my blog" sounds more natural.
本当に間違いありませんが「blogging」は普通に名詞として使っています。私の意見は「I often skip writing in my blog」のような文がもっと自然なのです。

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