- v. present participle of skype.
“My partner lives in Melbourne, so often Sunday mornings could involve an hour or two of skyping, which is an amazing thing.”
“(VoIP) — Sometimes referred to as "skyping" after the VoIP provider Skype, this form of Internet telephony allows for inexpensive voice communication via the Internet.”
“We arrived in Broome around 11. 30am and spent the early afternoon 'skyping' the family for a visual fix.”
“She lives in London (and blogs about it), and enjoys pizza and "skyping" her cats.”
“Many New Zealand Chinese will be disturbed to learn about the monitoring of the 'skyping' to family back home.”
“Was on luthansa couple of years ago, which 1st launched inflight broadband. passenger nearby was skyping. plane drone makes one talk LOUD.”
“I don't know if this is relevant, but I was skyping my sist5er-in-law in Berlin yesterday and according to her there hasn't been a single case in the German capital.”
“I am looking forward to skyping in to the show on monday and getting my hands on the new and improved version.”
“We see him on an impossibly long worldwide tour, skyping with his family, checking into soul-crushing EconoLodges and making an unscheduled stop at home to escort his middle child to a father-daughter dance.”
“I rang Professor Boylan and organised to meet him after skyping home to chat with the chillun.”
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