[ verb ] bypass
"He skipped a row in the text and so the sentence was incomprehensible"
Used in print(The Miami Herald...)
He skips around from jazz , to blues to boogie - accompanying himself on piano and frequently pulling the customers in on the act .(San Francisco Chronicle...)
It seems to have been chosen exclusively from the winners of beauty contests - Miss_Omsk , Miss_Pinsk , Miss_Stalingr - oops , skip it .(David Alexander, Bloodstain....)
Marty 's heart skipped a beat when he recognized it .
[ verb ] jump lightly
Used in print(The Horseman and Fair World, 84:46...)
She hesitated , she hopped , she roll and rocked , skipped and jumped , but in some two_weeks she started to pace , From_that time to this she has shown steady improvement and now looks_like one of the classiest things on the grounds .