Idioms

skip bail
to run away and not come to trial and therefore give up the money (bail) that you have paid the court to guarantee that you appear
The man skipped bail and went to another city before he was arrested again.
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  • skip it
  • skip out on (someone or something)
  • skip rope
  • sky is the limit
  • slack off
  • slap (someone or something) down or slap down (someone or something)
  • slap (something) together or slap together (something)
  • slated for (something)
  • sleep (something) off or sleep off (something)
  • sleep in
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  • darken (someone's) door
  • strapped for cash
  • by the sweat of one`s brow
  • by leaps and bounds
  • come to accept (something)
  • squeak by (someone or something)
  • long face
  • black sheep of the family
  • choke (something) off or choke off (something)

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