skip out of (something or some place)

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skip out of (something or some place)

To leave or depart hastily and surreptitiously so as to avoid, evade, or make off with something. He's been skipping out of work early to spend some time in the casino before going home. The con artist took the money she promised to invest on our behalf and then skipped out of town.
See also: of, out, skip
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skip out of

v.
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.
See also: of, out, skip
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