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To immerse or submerge into liquid
“If you dip your hand into the glaze and pull it out, the glaze should drip off quickly but create a slight webbing effect between your fingers.”
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To physically fall or drop
“The sun started to dip below the clouds and the sky was turning a nice orange and yellow color.”
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To slope downwards
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“I really didn't want to camp so high up, given the recent temperatures at night, so I continued on, hoping the trail would begin to dip lower.”
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To decrease in level, amount or degree
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“Temperatures are again expected to dip below freezing tonight.”
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To disappear from view in the horizon
“I arrived just as the sun was starting to dip into the sunset.”
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To lower or move (something) downwards
“Connolly perceived this as arrogant and disrespectful, and he informed the USOC that he would break with protocol and dip the flag.”
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To lift out (liquid) with a utensil
“I had my pupils use the dipper to dip water from the bucket into their cups.”
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To dim or lower the beam of a source of light
Dip your headlights as soon as you notice another vehicle coming in the opposite direction.”
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To take a brief or hurried look
“You will then be able to dip into the book as and when you need to address particular issues.”
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Make way through water using arms, legs
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Lower and raise one's head slightly and briefly, especially in greeting, assent, or understanding, or to give someone a signal
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To crouch or squat close to the ground
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Provide with a layer or covering of something
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To be limp or droop downwards
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Change direction suddenly
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To move about or around quickly and randomly
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Give a name or nickname to
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To diminish the price, value or amount of
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A brief downward slope followed by an upward one
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“Before us, beyond a field of dandelions, a fleet of canvas-covered trucks disappeared as they headed into a dip in the road.”
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A decrease in level, amount or degree
“Kaufman, the respected economist, is predicting that there will be a dip in interest rates in the fourth quarter.”
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An act of tipping something
“He greeted the passersby with a dip of his hat.”
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A brief immersion in liquid
“Give the veggies a quick dip in a large pot of boiling salted water.”
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A thick sauce in which pieces of food are dipped before eating
“The yogurt dip tastes fine, not too nose-botheringly hot, but I'm not wild about its pairing with tofu.”
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A brief swim
“It was a beautiful day for a dip in the pool.”
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(North American, informal) A person who lacks intelligence
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“Joseph can be such a dip at times.”
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A liquid preparation used to rid sheep of external parasites
“Keep the sheep immersed in the dip for one minute or as recommended by the manufacturer.”
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Valley, especially in the form of a natural hollow, small and deep
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Preserve
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A mark impressed on a surface
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Appetizer
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A thing that is irregular in form or nature
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A light source consisting of a wick embedded in a solid, flammable substance such as wax, tallow, or paraffin
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The state or quality of being gelid
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A dip between mountain peaks in a summit-line
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A rough, bad-mannered, or generally reprehensible person
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An aperture passing through something
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The act of searching through something
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