hit-skip

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hit-skip (third-person singular simple present hit-skips, present participle hit-skipping, simple past and past participle hit-skipped)

  1. (intransitive, rare) To flee (as the driver) from the site of a motor vehicle accident without reporting it to the police or emergency services.
    • 1962, Traffic Safety (volumes 60-61, page 26)
      [] hit-skipping, speeding, driving while intoxicated, crashing red lights, driving the wrong way on one-way streets []

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