Noun(1) sports equipment that is worn on the feet to enable the wearer to glide along and to be propelled by the alternate actions of the legs(2) large edible rays having a long snout and thick tail with pectoral fins continuous with the head; swim by undulating the edges of the pectoral fins
Verb(1) move along on skates
(1) she seemed to skate over the next part of her story(2) Throughout the western fjords, a hash of skate is cooked.(3) Melt some butter until it becomes foamy and brown, toss in some capers and lemon juice, and splash it onto the skate with a good grinding of black pepper and some chopped parsley.(4) Like the skate , this more delicate fish was simply perfect.(5) Now it's a gorgeous day and we should be able to attract lots of good attention as we skate down the coast.(6) Pan-seared skate 's lobsterlike richness is offset by tarragon and grapefruit.(7) The left skate goes in front for left parallel turns, the right skate for right turns.(8) I'll have to get the skate from Boston, and I doubt I'll be able to find any that isn't frozen, but I'll let you know.(9) Galicians specialize in trencherman food: suckling pig, grilled skate , pulpy octopus speckled with sea salt and paprika.(10) We had an amuse-bouche of lobster bisque with skate , a good strong flavour to get the juices flowing.(11) While a fine food, skate numbers in UK and European waters are very low and this fish is officially recognised as an endangered species.(12) Most recently, a gorgeous wild mushroom truffle soup stood out, along with a generous plate of skate dressed in an intense caper sauce.(13) Cod, hake, whiting, mackerel and skate as well as shellfish were pulled from the sea.(14) Things like halibut and skate were decidedly strange - a bit like vegetables that swam.(15) Delicate skate in a grainy mustard sauce is bolstered by a forceful bed of savoy cabbage and water chestnuts.(16) She walked across the Brooklyn Bridge, and then put on her rollerblades to skate up to work on 34th Street, about four miles way from here.