прыжок ; скачок ; подпрыгивание; пропуск (при чтении) ; прогон бумаги; скип ; бадья ; вагонетка с откидывающимся кузовом; сачок ;
прыгать; скакать; подпрыгивать; перескакивать; пропускать; опускать; опускать часть текста; скрыться; удрать; съездить; махнуть
- Other enthusiasts have been trying to persuade us to do aerobics, skip, row and a dozen other things to keep fit.
- Skip with legs crossing over In front and arms swinging in opposite direction.
- "If I was him I would probably skip the French, but I wouldn't talk about it so far ahead."
- Countries in Africa and Asia should be able to skip stages of development suffered by the older industrialised nations.
- The Department of Trade and Industry has ruled out an official Companies Act investigation of the flotation, in which the ashes of up to half a million share certificates were discovered in a skip in South London and tens of thousands of other documents were botched.
- Miss Florence seemed to skip out of the storeroom and within a minute skip back, displaying a hat on each hand.
- Only witches normally practise their rituals "skyclad", though other groups have been known to skip round in their birthday suits.
- We'll therefore skip the Hony-Moon
- Thacker was leaning against the skip, The Gaffer dangling menacingly from his fingertips.
- My favourite story about the caddie who turned an Open in his player's favour concerns the legendary Gene Sarazen and his bag-man Skip Daniels, who he always called Dan.
- Skip, crossing one leg in front and kicking your other leg out to the side.
- Food and medicine paid for by public donations in response to last year's Skip lunch save a life appeal meant that millions facing famine were helped.
- She turned and put her shoulder to the skip.