a large metal bin used by construction workers to place rubble, dirt, random trash and shit
hey son, we're cleanin out the garage, go and hire a skip
A term used to describe an Anglo-saxon Australian, but to be more precise, a synonym for 'Dinkum Aussie'.
Derived from the Australian TV show 'Skippy' starring a Kangaroo from the Australian bushland.
1) You skips can't handle spicy food!
2) You won't find any skips down in Springvale.
3) You're too skip drive a Skyline.
A term of derision by non-Anglo-Celtic Australians to describe Anglo-Celtic Australians. Especially used in inner-urban, working class areas of Melbourne frequented by children of Greek, Italian or Vietnamese migrants ("wogs") to describe (especially blue eyed, blond) Anglo-Celtic Australians. Only considered very mildly offensive. Started in the mid nineteen-seventies and still occasionally used in the early twenty-first century, as there is no similar word available for this purpose.
Derived from "Skippy", a very popular Australian TV program from the 1960's about a (very clever) kangaroo and his human (Anglo-Celtic Australian) guardians.
"Piss off ya ugly leb wog!"
"Yeah, up yours, skip!"
an aussie person
wat nash is he?
hez a skip
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1. To hop with one leg foreward, alternating the foreward leg between hops.
2. To be a pervert, to become one, or to make something perverted.
3. To ditch, leave, or flee from.
1. A pervert.
2. A perverted act, jesture, or verbaige
3. A derogatory term for a person of Anglo-Australian decent.
1. "I skipped around the block!"
2. "Dude! Don't skip what I say!"
3. "I skipped science yesterday, and my mom grounded me for a week!"
1. "Ugh! John is such a skip!"
2. "Dude, did she just skip you?"
3. "Don't talk to me, you fuckin' poofta skip!"
A derogatory word used to describe Australians, usually used by ethnic people. The term was coined from the TV show "Skippy, The Bush Kangaroo". The Kangaroo being one of Australia's native animals.
Matt: "You want to go to the footy on the weekend?"
Gino: "No way bro, what are you, a skip?"
Short for Skipper, the person in charge of steering a seafaring vehicle.
Swabbin' the deck as ordered, skip.