jump/skip rope

Definition of jump/skip rope

US

  1. :  to jump over a rope that is being swung near the ground for exercise or as a game He skips rope to warm up before the game. The kids are outside jumping rope.

Word by Word Definitions

jumpplay
  1. :  to spring into the air :  leap

    :  to spring free from the ground or other base by the muscular action of feet and legs

    :  to move suddenly or involuntarily :  start

  1. :  exactly, pat

  1. :  an act of jumping :  leap

    :  any of several sports competitions featuring a leap, spring, or bound

    :  a leap in figure skating in which the skater leaves the ice with both feet and turns in the air

skipplay
  1. :  to move or proceed with leaps and bounds or with a skip

    :  to bound off one point after another :  ricochet

    :  to leave hurriedly or secretly

  1. :  a light bounding step

    :  a gait composed of alternating hops and steps

    :  an act of omission or the thing omitted

  1. :  the captain of a side in a game (as curling or lawn bowling) who advises the team as to the play and controls the action

    :  skipper

  1. :  to act as skipper of

ropeplay
  1. :  a large stout cord of strands of fibers or wire twisted or braided together

    :  a long slender strip of material used as rope

    :  a hangman's noose

  1. :  to bind, fasten, or tie with a rope or cord

    :  to partition, separate, or divide by a rope

    :  lasso


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