skip out

skip out
To shirk; to avoid attending or to leave early, especially without permission.

He has a class on Thursday afternoons, but he skipped out this week.


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  • skip out — (US) (or Brit skip off) [phrasal verb] informal : to leave a place quickly in a secret and improper way They skipped out before the check arrived. She skipped out with all the money. often + on in U.S. English They skipped out on the bill/check …   Useful english dictionary

  • skip out on — skip out (on (someone)) to suddenly leave someone. Our roommate skipped out on us just before the rent was due …   New idioms dictionary

  • skip out — (on (someone)) to suddenly leave someone. Our roommate skipped out on us just before the rent was due …   New idioms dictionary

  • skip out on — skip out (on (something)) to avoid something. He s been skipping out on hockey practice to go skateboarding …   New idioms dictionary

  • skip out — (on (something)) to avoid something. He s been skipping out on hockey practice to go skateboarding …   New idioms dictionary

  • skip out on someone — skip out (on (someone)) to suddenly leave someone. Our roommate skipped out on us just before the rent was due …   New idioms dictionary

  • skip out on something — skip out (on (something)) to avoid something. He s been skipping out on hockey practice to go skateboarding …   New idioms dictionary

  • skip out on somebody — ˌskip ˈout on sb derived (NAmE) to leave sb, especially when they need you • One day he just skipped out on his wife, leaving her with four kids to take care of. Main entry: ↑skipderived …   Useful english dictionary

  • skip out — {v.}, {informal} To leave in a hurry; especially after cheating or taking money dishonestly; sneak away; leave without permission. * /The man skipped out of the hotel without paying his bill./ * / How did you get out of the house after supper,… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • skip out — {v.}, {informal} To leave in a hurry; especially after cheating or taking money dishonestly; sneak away; leave without permission. * /The man skipped out of the hotel without paying his bill./ * / How did you get out of the house after supper,… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • skip\ out — v informal To leave in a hurry; especially after cheating or taking money dishonestly; sneak away; leave without permission. The man skipped out of the hotel without paying his bill. How did you get out of the house after supper, Harry? I skipped …   Словарь американских идиом

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