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To cut class, ditch class, skip class, play hookey, etc. Basically, to not go to class when you're supposed to. The term comes from the word "sabotage," and originally referred to how laziness would sabotage efficiency in the work place.

Submitted November 1st, 2008 by:


are you able to say this, also when skipping out on other things? Comment by: characharaboy   
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