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/ˈskātiNG/,
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The action or activity of skating on ice skates, roller skates, or a skateboard as a sport or pastime,
  1. The action or activity of skating on ice skates, roller skates, or a skateboard as a sport or pastime


  1. the sport of gliding on skates
  2. (skate) sports equipment that is worn on the feet to enable the wearer to glide along and to be propelled by the alternate actions of the legs
  3. (skate) move along on skates; "The Dutch often skate along the canals in winter"
  4. (skate) large edible rays having a long snout and thick tail with pectoral fins continuous with the head; swim by undulating the edges of the pectoral fins
  5. (skater) someone who skates
  6. (Skate (TV series)) Sk8 was an action-driven, half-hour drama shown on NBC's TNBC Saturday morning programming block from October 2001 until TNBC's dissolution in September 2002. ...
  7. (Skate. (video game)) Skate (marketed as skate.) is a skateboarding video game developed by EA Black Box for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. ...
  8. (Skater (band)) Skater (formerly Skuter) is a Slovenian fusion dance music and turbo-folk trio comprising Samcy Jay, Katja Lesjak, and Roberto Dee. The band's original name lampoons the German eurodance band Scooter.
  9. (Skates (fish)) Skates are cartilaginous fish belonging to the family Rajidae in the superorder Batoidea of rays. There are more than 200 described species in 27 genera. There are two subfamilies, Rajinae (hardnose skates) and Arhynchobatinae (softnose skates).
  10. (The Skater) The Skater is a 1782 oil on canvas portrait of Sir William Grant by the American artist Gilbert Stuart. Painted while Stuart was living in London, it was the work that first brought the artist broad recognition.Pressly
  11. (skate) A runner or blade, usually of steel, with a frame shaped to fit the sole of a shoe, made to be fastened under the foot, and used for gliding on ice; abbreviated form of ice skate or roller skate; The act of skateboarding; The act of roller skating or ice skating; To move along a surface ...
  12. (skater) a person who skates; a player who is not a goaltender
  13. (Skate) Leaving without doing sidework.
  14. (Skate) This kite-shaped fish features edible fins. The flesh is firm, white, and sweet, similar to the texture and taste of scallop. Also called "Skate."
  15. (SKATE) Shoe placed on rail in hump yard to stop cars with defective brakes
  16. (143. SKATE) This is what one salesman does to another. For example: a customer will come to the dealership, go through the motions of checking out a car, not really deciding whether or not to buy. He then returns at a later date and asks for the salesman he initially talked to. ...
  17. (SKATE) Skates are a type of rays, cartilaginous fish which are related to the sharks. They usually have a pointed snout. ...
  18. (SKATE) to get by, pass by, or goof off; see GHOST, GOLDBRICK, REST ON OARS, CAPE HORN FEVER, TAP-DANCER, HALF-ASSED. [nb: obfuscation and obscurantism are widely represented by the military maxim: "Bullshit baffles brains!", sometimes called a "Well sir,..." excuse]
  19. (Skate(s)) bottom-dwelling, diamond-shaped, cartilaginous fishes found throughout the world in temperate and polar regions, as well as in deep waters of the tropics.  Unlike rays, skates are oviparous, depositing tough, leathery egg cases on the sea floor from which their young hatch. ...
  20. (Skate) (Rigging Equipment) placed under large equipment. Used similarly to a dolly.
  21. (Skate) A no good; a man frequently in trouble.
  22. (Skate) A sales person taking a customer that asked for someone other salesman.
  23. (Skate) A shipper’s term for the romantic pairing of Kate and Sawyer. [rival ship]
  24. (Skate) An easy job or assignment with little risk; i.e., the lifeguard at China or Eagle beaches or at Vung Tau on the south coast.
  25. (Skate) Easy task, no problem assignment, easy duty. (As in, "I'm skating.")