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dip

Definitions


[dɪp], (Verb)

Definitions:
- put or let something down quickly or briefly in or into (liquid)
(e.g: he dipped a brush in the paint)

- put a hand or implement into (a bag or container) in order to take something out
(e.g: Ian dipped into his briefcase and pulled out a photograph)

- sink, drop, or slope downwards
(e.g: the sun had dipped below the horizon)

- miss an opportunity; fail.

- pick (someone's pocket).


Phrases:
- dip one's toe into

Origin:
Old English dyppan, of Germanic origin; related to deep


[dɪp], (Noun)

Definitions:
- a brief swim
(e.g: they cooled off by taking a dip in the pool)

- a thick sauce in which pieces of food are dipped before eating
(e.g: tasty garlic dip)

- a brief downward slope followed by an upward one
(e.g: the big hedge at the bottom of the dip)

- the extent to which something is angled downward from the horizontal.

- powdered or finely cut tobacco that is held in the mouth, typically between the gums and lip, rather than smoked
(e.g: he threw out all of his cans of dip and swore off tobacco)

- a stupid or foolish person.

- a pickpocket.

- a candle made by immersing a wick repeatedly in hot wax.


Phrases:
- dip one's toe into

Origin:


[diːʌɪˈpiː], (Residual)

Definitions:
- document image processing, a system for the digital storage and retrieval of documents as scanned images.

- dual in-line package, a package for an integrated circuit consisting of a rectangular sealed unit with two parallel rows of downward-pointing pins.


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