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     n 1: a gait in which steps and hops alternate
     2: a mistake resulting from neglect [syn: omission]
     v 1: bypass; "He skipped a row in the text and so the sentence
          was incomprehensible" [syn: jump, pass over, {skip
     2: intentionally fail to attend: "cut class" [syn: cut]
     3: jump lightly [syn: hop, hop-skip]
     4: leave suddenly (very informal usage); "She persuaded him to
        decamp"; "skip town" [syn: decamp, vamoose]
     5: bound off one point after another [syn: bound off]
     6: cause to skip over a surface: "Skip a stone across the pond"
        [syn: skim, skitter]