skim

skim
{skim}
1. обирам каймак/пяна/мазнина от (мляко, булъон и пр.)
2. плъзгам се, нося се (along, over), едва/леко докосвам
3. прочитам/преглеждам бегло (и с through, over), засягам бегло (въпрос)
4. ам. плъзгам (се) по повърхността на
5. ам. покривам (се) с пяна/тънък пласт/слой, замъглявам (се)
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{skim} v (-mm-) 1. обирам каймак/пяна/мазнина от (мляко, бульон
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v обирам каймак, пяна; плъзгам се по повърхността; прочитам бегло;skim; v (-mm-) 1. обирам каймак/пяна/мазнина от (мляко, бульон и пр.); 2. плъзгам се, нося
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1. ам. плъзгам (се) по повърхността на 2. ам. покривам (се) с пяна/тънък пласт/слой, замъглявам (се) 3. обирам каймак/пяна/мазнина от (мляко, булъон и пр.) 4. плъзгам се, нося се (along, over), едва/леко докосвам 5. прочитам/преглеждам бегло (и с through, over), засягам бегло (въпрос)
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skim [skim] I. v (-mm-) 1. обирам каймак (на мляко), пяна или мазнина (от бульон); to \skim the cream off обирам каймака (и прен.); 2. плъзгам се по (повърхността на), едва (леко) докосвам, нося се по (along, over), 3. чета, преглеждам, хвърлям едно око, прочитам бегло (over, through); to \skim a question разг. бегло, повърхностно засягам въпрос; II. n 1. обиране на каймак (пяна); 2. каймак; тънък повърхностен слой.

English-Bulgarian dictionary. 2013.

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