skiddoo


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skiddoo

(skɪˈduː)
vb
to depart quickly
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skid•doo

(skɪˈdu)

v.i. -dooed, -doo•ing. Informal.
to go away; get out.
[1900–05, Amer.; perhaps alter. of skedaddle]
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Translations

skiddoo

[skɪˈduː] VI (US) → largarse
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Almost any time now Father would walk in rubbing his hands and saying 'oh you kid' or "twenty-three skiddoo" and they knew that he had just seen Mrs Snopes again on the street or had just heard that another Cotillion or Byron Society member had called on her; if they had invented wolf whistles then, Father would have been giving one" (pp.