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See also: skít

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skit (plural skits)

  1. A short comic performance.
  2. A jeer or sally; a brief satire.
    • Leslie Stephen
      That is a mere skit compared with this strange performance.
  3. (obsolete) A wanton girl; a wench.

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skit (third-person singular simple present skits, present participle skitting, simple past and past participle skitted)

  1. (Ireland, Liverpudlian) to make fun of. (Used in Merseyside)

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Norse skítr, from Proto-Germanic *skītaz. Compare Danish skide, Icelandic skítur, Dutch schijt, English shit.

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skit c

  1. (strongly colloquial) excrement; shit
    Det är skit på mattan. "There's shit on the carpet."
  2. (strongly colloquial) dirt, filth
    Ta bort den där skiten från skrivbordet. "Get that crap off the desk."
  3. (strongly colloquial) someone or something undesirable or revolting
    Jag börjar tröttna på den här skiten. "I'm getting tired of this shit."
    Du är bara en liten skit. "You're just a little shit."
  4. (strongly colloquial) as the first part of compound used to indicate something negative
    Det här är ett jävla skitjobb. "This is a damned crappy job."
  5. (strongly colloquial) as the first part of compound used to intensify the positive or negative aspect of something
    Den där filmen var skitbra. "That movie was really good."
    De lagar skitgod mat. "They cook really good food."

InterjectionEdit

skit

  1. (strongly colloquial) shit!

VerbEdit

skit

  1. imperative of skita.