"I didn't attend the class" = skip/cut/wag/ditch..
Could teachers contribute phrases meaning "skipping classes", I'm interested in formal and informal usage in American, Australian, and British dialects.
"I skipped that class."
Re: "I didn't attend the class" = skip/cut/wag/dit
Originally Posted by infinikyte
We skip class here (USA) too. We also cut class. We also use ditch to mean something similar, altho we probably use that more often with people. Example: "Let's ditch Bob the first chance we get. He's just too boring."
In BE, we also have 'skive' and 'bunk off'.
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