1、perhaps from Old Norse skjota "to throw, to shoot, to dart," from PIE root *skeud- "to shoot, to chase, to throw, to project".
来自古义 skit,轻快的跑，来自古诺斯语 skjata,投掷，射，词源同 shoot.后用于指唐突无礼或 恣意妄为的女孩，再后用于指讽刺评论，讽刺文章，滑稽短剧。
- skit (n.)
- "piece of light satire or caricature," 1820, from earlier sense "a satirical remark or reflection" (1727), originally (1570s) "a vain, frivolous, or wanton girl" (originally Scottish, now archaic), related to verb meaning "to shy or be skittish, caper, frolic" (1610s), perhaps from Old Norse skjuta "to shoot, move quickly" (see skittish).
- 1. a skit on daytime TV programmes
- 2. The comic skIt'sent up the foolishness of young men in love.
- 3. They performed a skit to amuse the crowd.
- 4. Using new words to skit is a great way to study English.
- 5. The second skit will bring you into the world of animals, taking place in a farm.
- 第二部剧将会带您走入动物们的世界 —— 农场.
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