skip across

Translations

w>skip across

vi (inf)rüberspringen (inf); skip across to the other officespring doch mal rüber ins andere Büro! (inf)
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why, you can skip across a stubble-field like a deer!"
It fizzes through the country lanes and although the sprint times don't seem that fast, the car weighs less than a tonne so seems to skip across the ground.
There's more nudity and naughtiness from two chiselled male performers who star in the jaw-dropping finale, the Wheel of Death, which rotates high in the air while they jump and skip across the abyss.
At Swynnerton, Wallis began to devise a drum-shaped bomb that could be spun backwards, causing it to skip across the water surface.
Fast forward to 1942 and British engineer Barnes Wallis began working on plans for a bomb that could skip across water.
This book of poems from Argentine author Mercedes Roffe, presented here in dual translation, is typographically striking: Roffe's poems become material as they skip across the page, sometimes facing off with their English translations in suggestive yet elusive patterns.
'Part of its appeal is that it is an island of peace in an unsettled sea, as it borders Yemen, Saudi Arabia and is just a skip across the Persian Gulf from Iran.
You line things up, spin, and skip across the room.
In addition, we found that elastic spheres can bounce off the water surface from much higherimpact angles than rigid spheres--a clue to why these elastic objects are much easier to skip across the surface.
A missed touch from Adams handed Asamoah another sight of the target and he was unlucky to see a shot skip across the face of goal as he lost his balance.
"Letting a player skip across our line and get us on the edge or letting somebody just put the ball down from dummyhalf is just a drop-off in focus.
With tongues firmly in cheeks they skip across continents taking in car chases, gunfights, private jets, doublecrosses - even an exploding toilet.