skip out of (some place)(redirected from skipped out of)
skip out of (some place)
To hastily and surreptitiously depart from some place. The man skipped out of town as soon as he was released on bail. I should have been working on the report, but I decided to skip out of the office and meet my wife and kids for a long lunch.
skip out of
To leave some place hastily and usually secretly, especially in order to avoid problems: The suspects skipped out of town before the police could catch them.