To throw towards the sky; as, to sky a ball at cricket.
To hit underneath the ball sending it much higher than intended.
When a golfer strikes beneath the ball. This causes the ball to fly higher than anticipated.
A high, short shot due to the ball being hit with the top of the face.
The apparent arch, or vault, of heaven, which in a clear day is of a blue color; the heavens; the firmament; -- sometimes in the plural.
From the Indo-European base meaning 'cover', came the Anglo-Saxons word for sky, heofon 'heaven', in the 13th century. Eventually heaven was replaced by Old Norse sky 'cloud'.
The sky is the normal background texture. It consists in a blue sky with white clouds. A: Still sky in 1.2
Jumping to catch the disc
Generally happens after successful reading of the disc. You make a huge jump to catch the disc.
to jump extremely high. To get big air.
the atmosphere and outer space as viewed from the earth
The sky on Earth appears blue because our atmosphere scatters the blue colors from the sunlight (which consists of all colors of light). The sky on planets with a different atmospheric composition would appear to be a different color.
The sky is (roughly) the part of the atmosphere or of outer space visible from the surface of the earth (or any other astronomical object; see Extraterrestrial skies). Birds, insects, airplanes, and kites are often considered to fly in the sky. It is difficult to define precisely for several reasons.