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  1. dip

    • IPA[dɪp]

    英式

    • v.
      put or let something down quickly or briefly in or into (liquid);immerse (sheep) in a chemical solution that kills parasites.
    • n.
      a brief swim;a brief immersion in liquid.
    • noun: dip, plural noun: dips

    • verb: dip, 3rd person present: dips, gerund or present participle: dipping, past tense: dipped, past participle: dipped

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    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. put or let something down quickly or briefly in or into (liquid):

      he dipped a brush in the paint

    • 2. immerse (sheep) in a chemical solution that kills parasites.
    • 3. make (a candle) by immersing a wick repeatedly in hot wax.
    • 4. baptize (someone) by immersion in water.
    • 5. put a hand or implement into (a bag or container) in order to take something out:

      Ian dipped into his briefcase and pulled out a photograph

    • 6. spend from or make use of (one's financial resources):

      you won't have to dip into your savings

    • 7. read only parts of (a publication or document):

      a reference work to dip into time and time again

    • 8. sink, drop, or slope downwards:

      the sun had dipped below the horizon

      the road dipped down to the bridge

    • 9. (of a level or amount) become lower or smaller, typically temporarily:

      the president's popularity has dipped

      audiences dipped below 600,000 for the match

    • 10. lower or move (something) downwards:

      the plane dipped its wings

    • 11. lower the beam of (a vehicle's headlights).
    • 12. miss an opportunity; fail.
    • 13. pick (someone's pocket).
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a brief swim:

      they cooled off by taking a dip in the pool

    • 2. a brief immersion in liquid.
    • 3. short for sheep dip
    • 4. a thick sauce in which pieces of food are dipped before eating:

      tasty garlic dip

    • 5. a brief downward slope followed by an upward one:

      the big hedge at the bottom of the dip

    • 6. an act of sinking or dropping briefly before rising again:

      a dip in the share price

    • 7. the extent to which something is angled downward from the horizontal.
    • 8. the angle made with the horizontal at any point by the earth's magnetic field, or by a magnetic needle in response to this.
    • 9. the angle a stratum makes with the horizontal:

      the cliff profile tends to be dominated by the dip of the beds

    • 10. the apparent depression of the horizon from the line of observation, due to the curvature of the earth.
    • 11. powdered or finely cut tobacco that is held in the mouth, typically between the gums and lip, rather than smoked:

      he threw out all of his cans of dip and swore off tobacco

    • 12. a stupid or foolish person.
    • 13. a pickpocket.
    • 14. a candle made by immersing a wick repeatedly in hot wax.
    • abbr diploma.

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    • adj.
      denoting or relating to a recession during which a period of economic decline is followed by a brief period of growth, followed by a further period of decline:
    • higher food and energy prices could increase the risk of a double-dip recession
    • n.
      a double-dip recession:
    • this strategy should help mitigate the risk of the economy falling into a double-dip
    • v.
      obtain an income from two different sources, typically in an illicit way:
    • they compared notes and discovered that he was double-dipping

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    • adj.
      denoting or relating to a recession during which a period of economic decline is followed by a brief period of growth, followed by a further period of decline:
    • higher food and energy prices could increase the risk of a double-dip recession
    • n.
      a double-dip recession:
    • this strategy should help mitigate the risk of the economy falling into a double-dip
    • v.
      obtain an income from two different sources, typically in an illicit way:
    • they compared notes and discovered that he was double-dipping

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    • v.
      swim naked:
    • we spotted the local teenagers skinny-dipping
    • n.
      a naked swim.

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    • n. a liquid preparation used to rid sheep of external parasites.

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    • IPA[dip]

    美式

    • v.
      put or let something down quickly or briefly in or into (liquid):
    • he dipped a brush in the paint
    • n.
      a brief swim:
    • she went for a dip in a pool

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    • IPA[ˌdēˌīˈpē]

    美式

    • abbr
      document image processing, a system for the digital storage and retrieval of documents as scanned images.

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    • IPA[diːʌɪˈpiː]

    英式

    • abbr
      document image processing, a system for the digital storage and retrieval of documents as scanned images.

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