Synonyms of skip in English:

skip


See definition of skip

verb

1‘she began to skip down the path’

SYNONYMS

caper, prance, trip, dance, bound, jump, leap, spring, hop, bounce, gambol, frisk, romp, cavort, bob

rare curvet

ANTONYMS

trudge

2‘if you don't mind, I'd rather we skipped the biographical stuff’

SYNONYMS

omit, leave out, miss out, dispense with, do without, pass over, bypass, skim over, steer clear of, disregard, ignore

informal give something a miss

ANTONYMS

include

3‘I skipped school to visit my mother’

SYNONYMS

fail to attend, play truant from, miss, absent oneself from, take French leave from

North American cut

British informal skive off, wag

North American informal play hookey from, goof off

Australian NZ informal play the wag from

ANTONYMS

attend

4‘I'll skip through the magazine first’

SYNONYMS

glance at, have a quick look at, flick through, flip through, leaf through, scan, run one's eye over

ANTONYMS

pore over

5‘I'm not giving them a chance to skip off again’

SYNONYMS

run off, run away, do a disappearing act, make off, take off

informal beat it, clear off, vamoose, skedaddle, split, cut and run, fly the coop, do a fade

British informal do a runner, do a bunk, scarper

North American informal light out, cut out, take a powder

Australian informal go through, shoot through

informal, vulgar slang bugger off

ANTONYMS

stay, stay put