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sked

play
noun \ˈsked\

Definition of sked

informal

  1. :  schedule But the bad omens kept coming—early and often. Four games into the sked, coach Paul Westphal offered to quit after over-hearing co-captains Payton and Baker openly argue about his performance after a loss to Orlando. — John Gustafson Though he's no longer doing the film (sked conflicts), he's still tight with the trainers. — Entertainment Weekly

Origin and Etymology of sked

by shortening & alteration


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sked

verb

Definition of sked

skedded

;

skedding

informal

  1. transitive verb
  2. :  schedule “Tiebreaker,” the much better play, is skedded for a seven-week run, after which it may or may not have an afterlife. — Bill Edwards

Origin and Etymology of sked

by shortening & alteration


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