skip it

skip it

To forgo addressing some issue or thing, perhaps until a later time. If you can't solve that math problem, just skip it for now and come back to it later. If you come up to a question that you don't know the answer to, just skip it. It's better to leave a question blank than to guess poorly.
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Skip it!

Inf. Never mind!; Forget it! (shows impatience or disappointment.) John: I need some help on this project. Mary: What? John: oh, skip it! Jane: Will you be able to do this, or should I get someone with more experience? Bob: What did you say? Jane: oh, skip it!
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skip it

Drop the subject, ignore the matter, as in I don't understand what you mean.-Oh, skip it for now. This interjection uses skip in the sense of "pass over." [Colloquial; c. 1930]
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ˈskip it

(spoken, informal) used to tell somebody impolitely that you do not want to talk about something or repeat what you have said: ‘What were you saying?’ ‘Oh, skip it!’
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Skip it!

exclam. Forget it!; Never mind! I won’t bother you with my question again. Skip it!
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Nobody could believe they wouldn't come.When I asked to order a skip it came straight away."
DAVID GARDNER Newcastle THE SKIP It''s a huge receptacle, newly arrived, in wait for Building work to begin, Neighbours peeking through curtains, to find out, The changes-outside or in?
This exhibition is a way for me to confront the situation that I am in." He adds: "I think there is a rule that once something goes into a skip it's the property of the skip owner, despite the fact it will go straight to landfill.
ENJOY BREAKFAST If you start the day off with a good breakfast (about 400 calories, which is two scrambled eggs, toast and a banana), you are more likely to eat less the rest of the day than if you were to eat a wimpy morning meal or just skip it all together.
If this were my last Lent, I'd skip it. Wouldn't you?