skipping

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Otomotiv) tekleme
{i} atlama

Fadıl okulu atlamaya başladı. - Fadil started skipping school.

Eğer bir diyetteysen kahvaltıyı atlamanın sana yardım etmeyeceğini unutma. - Don't forget that, if you are on a diet, skipping breakfast will not help you.

{i} zıplama
{i} sıçrama
{i} sekme
skip
sekmek
skip
atlamak

Bir öğün yemek atlamak size zarar vermez. - It won't hurt you to skip one meal.

Ben bugünden itibaren bir hafta boyunca öğle yemeğini atlamak niyetindeyim. - I intend to skip lunch for a week starting today.

skip
atlama

Tom ip atlamayı sevmez. - Tom doesn't like skipping rope.

Dersleri atlamayı bırakmak zorunda kalacaksın. - You're going to have to quit skipping classes.

skipping rope
ip atlama ipi
skipping rope
atlama ipi
skipping rope
ip atlama

Tom ip atlamayı sevmez. - Tom doesn't like skipping rope.

skip
(Madencilik) kova
skip
çöp konteyneri
skip
-i atlayarak geçmek
skip
kaptan (spor)
skip
(Çevre) büyük atık haznesi
skip
(Çevre) konteyner
skip
geç

Sıkıcı bölümleri geç. - Skip the boring chapters.

Bu reklamı es geçmek için buraya tıkla. - Click here to skip this ad.

skip
geçmek

Bu reklamı es geçmek için buraya tıkla. - Click here to skip this ad.

skip
sekme
skip
okulu asmak
skip
es geçmek

Bu reklamı es geçmek için buraya tıkla. - Click here to skip this ad.

skip
zıplamak
skip
kafes
skip
boş vermek
skip
atlatmak
skip
hoplamak
skip
{i} sıçrayış
skip
hoplayıp sıçrama
skip
(konudan konuya/vb.) atlamak
skip
inşaat asansörü
skip
ip atlamak
skip
{f} atla

Tom o kadar meşguldü ki öğle yemeğini atladı. - Tom was so busy he skipped lunch.

Tom genellikle öğün atlar. - Tom often skips meals.

skip
sıcramak
ball skipping
top sektirme
skip
görmeden veya okumadan geçme
skip
menajer
skip
atlamak, başkasına geçmek
skip
kaytarmak
skip
{f} kırmak (okul)
skip
teklemek
skip
{i} antrenör
skip
sıçrama
skip
sıçramak
skip
zıplama

Bütün çocuklar koşmayı ve zıplamayı seviyorlar. - All children love to run and skip.

skip
{i} kova (büyük)
skip
{i} kaptan [spor.]
skip
taşıma kafesi
skip
atlayarak geçmek
skip
{f} hoplaya zıplaya yürümek
skip
atlayıp sıçrama
skip
suyun yüzünde sekmek
skip
{f} bir şeyleri atlayarak (başka bir konuya) geçmek; (bir konudan) (başka bir konuya) atlayarak
skip
hademe
skip
skip rope atlamaskippingly seke seke
skip
"over" ile atlamak
skip
{i} bidon
skip
i., İng. çöp konteyneri
skip
{f} kaçmak
skip
{f} asmak (okul)
skip
sıçrayarak geçmek
skip
{i} balık sandığı
skip
(Tekstil) atkılamak, sıçramak
skip
sıçrayarak
skip
kaptan

Tom küçük yelkenlilere kaptanlık yapmaktan hoşlanır. - Tom likes to skipper small sailboats.

Tom kaptan olarak devraldı. - Tom has taken over as skipper.

Türkçe - Türkçe
İngilizce - İngilizce
Present participle of skip
{i} act of moving forward in a series of light jumps; act of leaping lightly
skipping a beat
Present participle of skip a beat
skipping rope
Present participle of skip rope
skipping rope
An item for play or physical exercise consisting of a length of rope with a handle attached to each end, intended to be swung over and under a person jumping in a continual rhythm
skipping ropes
plural form of skipping rope
skipping rope
Jump rope (American English) or skipping rope (British English) is the primary tool used in the game of skipping played by children and many young adults, where one or more participants jump over a rope swung so that it passes under their feet and over their heads
skipping rope
skip·ping rope skipping ropes in AM, use skip rope A skipping rope or skip rope is a piece of rope, usually with handles at each end. You exercise or play with it by turning it round and round and jumping over it
skipping rope
rope that is used for a jumping activity known as skipping
skip
To leave; as, to skip town, to skip the country

Get back you flea infested mongrel.

skip
A transportation container in a mine, usually for ore or mullock
skip
To omit or disregard (some item or stage)

I will read most of the book, but skip the first chapter because the video covered it.

skip
To throw (something), making it skim, ricochet, or bounce over a surface

I bet I can skip this rock to the other side of the pond.

skip
To leap about lightly
skip
Not to attend (some event, especially a class or a meeting)

Yeah, I really should go to the quarterly meeting but I think I'm going to skip it.

skip
To jump rope
skip
To place an item in a skip
skip
An Australian person of Anglo-Celtic descent

2001: Effie: How did you find the second, the defacto, and what nationality is she? Barber: She is Australian. Effie: Is she? Gone for a skip. You little radical you. — Mary Coustas as her character Effie, TV series Effie: Just Quietly, 2001, episode Nearest and Dearest.

skip
Short for skipper, the master or captain of a ship, or other person in authority
skip
The player who calls the shots and traditionally throws the last two rocks
skip
{v} to leap, bound, pass
skip
{n} a light leap
skip
Refers to frame processing See drop
skip
To leap lightly; to move in leaps and hounds; commonly implying a sportive spirit
skip
{f} move forward in a series of light jumps; leap lightly; pass over; leave out, exclude, omit; leave, flee, escape (Informal); fail to attend (school, etc.)
skip
A passage from one sound to another by more than a degree at once
skip
To cause to skip; as, to skip a stone
skip
Melodic movement of more than one whole step
skip
{i} act of skipping; bounce, spring, jump; act of passing over something, omission, exclusion
skip
An iron bucket, which slides between guides, for hoisting mineral and rock
skip
The player who determines the strategy, reads the ice and directs play for his team Generally the skip delivers the last pair of stones for his team in each end
skip
Fig
skip
When someone skips, they jump up and down over a rope which they or two other people are holding at each end and turning round and round. In American English, you say that someone skips rope. Outside, children were skipping and singing a rhyme They skip rope and play catch, waiting for the bell. + skipping skip·ping Skipping is one of the most enjoyable aerobic activities
skip
Short for skipper, the master or captain of a ship
skip
bypass; "He skipped a row in the text and so the sentence was incomprehensible"
skip
A basket
skip
If you skip something that you usually do or something that most people do, you decide not to do it. It is important not to skip meals Her daughter started skipping school. = miss
skip
a gait in which steps and hops alternate
skip
Simple Key Management Protocol (SKIP) is an authentication/encryption system that secures the network at the IP packet level
skip
If you skip from one subject or activity to another, you move quickly from one to the other although there is no obvious connection between them. She kept up a continuous chatter, skipping from one subject to the next. = jump
skip
Simple Key Internet Protocol (encryption)
skip
A charge of sirup in the pans
skip
A light leap or bound
skip
The captain of the team, often plays last two stones of a team in an end
skip
A beehive; a skep
skip
Captain, pilot with the ECC Rangers assigned to earth security
skip
An atmospheric phenomenon which occasionally allows RF transmissions to be received at unexpectedly great distances, usually for only brief periods of time
skip
To leap lightly over; as, to skip the rope
skip
To omit or disregard intermediate items or stages
skip
A guided steel hoppit used in vertical or inclined shafts for winding coal or mineral It can also be adapted to carry people
skip
When a CD player quickly advances up to the start of the track (e g , I like the skip feature when I get a new CD and want to check it out fast )
skip
The team captain, who plans strategy, holds the broom as a target for shots by the other three players, and usually throws the last two stones of each end
skip
A shorthand for "Replace With Nothing" Example: "Pass the Axle, Skip the third part"
skip
cause to skip over a surface; "Skip a stone across the pond"
skip
intentionally fail to attend; "cut class"
skip
jump lightly
skip
A container used in the mine shaft to vertically transport the ore up the mine shaft to the surface
skip
To move by hopping on alternate feet
skip
A container to haul rock from a mine
skip
the ability of radio waves to reflect off the ionosphere
skip
the player who holds the broom as a target for shots by the other three players Skips are also the team strategists and must study, or read, the ice; anticipate the amount of curl, and then call the shots Skips usually throw the last two rocks of each end
skip
A leaping, jumping or skipping movement
skip
To skim, ricochet or bounce over a surface
skip
A basket on wheels, used in cotton factories
skip
leave suddenly; "She persuaded him to decamp"; "skip town"
skip
An Australian person of Anglo-Celtic descent. Used by people of southern European descent (those who the "skips" in turn call "wogs"), not used by Anglo Australians themselves. Usually taken to be from Skippy the Bush Kangaroo and not of itself insulting (though might be used as such)
skip
To pass over or by without notice; to omit; to miss; as, to skip a line in reading; to skip a lesson
skip
The user can skip to the next message by tapping SKIP Multiple taps of SKIP will allow the user to step forward through messages all the way to the last message
skip
bound off one point after another
skip
To leave matters unnoticed, as in reading, speaking, or writing; to pass by, or overlook, portions of a thing; often followed by over
skip
container used to hoist rock in shafts
skip
If you skip or skip over a part of something you are reading or a story you are telling, you miss it out or pass over it quickly and move on to something else. You might want to skip the exercises in this chapter She reinvented her own life story, skipping over the war years when she had a German lover
skip
a signal route from the transmitter up to the ionosphere and back down to the earth
skip
a gait in which steps and hops alternate bound off one point after another
skip
a mistake resulting from neglect
skip
If you skip along, you move almost as if you are dancing, with a series of little jumps from one foot to the other. They saw the man with a little girl skipping along behind him She was skipping to keep up with him. Skip is also a noun. The boxer gave a little skip as he came out of his corner
skip
The act of passing over an interval from one thing to another; an omission of a part
skip
A skip is a large, open, metal container which is used to hold and take away large unwanted items and rubbish
skip
A backup level in which files are skipped and not backed up
skip
SKIP, a message type in OLDI context
skip
Simple Key management for Internet Protocols, an alternative to IKE developed by Sun and being marketed by their Internet Commerce Group
skip
An open-topped rubbish bin, ranging in size from perhaps 1.5x1.5 metres up to 6x3 metres, designed to be lifted onto the back of a truck to take away both bin and contents. See also skep
skipping

    Heceleme

    skip·ping

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    skîpîng

    Telaffuz

    /ˈskəpəɴɢ/ /ˈskɪpɪŋ/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'skip ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English skippen, perhaps of Scandinavian origin; akin to Swedish dialect skopa to hop.

    Ortak Eşdizimliler

    skipping rope

    Günün kelimesi

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