move lightly and quickly, especially by taking two steps with each foot in turn
"He skipped a row in the text and so the sentence was incomprehensible"
"She persuaded him to decamp"
"Skip a stone across the pond"
They walked.., Susan in the middle, giving a little skip to keep up with them.
出自： A. Uttley
A buoyant stride that was almost a skip.
出自： P. H. Johnson
Gina had run off to skip with Nyiko, who had an old dressing-gown cord for a rope.
出自： N. Gordimer
Heading..into the finishing straight..his back wheel skipped over a bump.
The lambs were skipping about in the fields.
She is always skipping off when there is washing-up to be done.
The man skipped out of the hotel without paying his bill.
I skipped through the first part of the book, eager to get to the exciting bits.