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adjective as in immersed

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Globally, there have been different predictions, but usually they put it somewhere between a dip of 5% to 15%.

From Digiday

A number of key incentives for renewables developers in major markets are set to expire soon, and without clarity from governments over whether or not they will be renewed 2022 could see a small dip in expansion.

This savory dip is one of Heidi’s go-to, quick appetizers, usually whipped up after sneaking in a few runs in the afternoon.

This spinach dip, creamy with yogurt and feta, couldn’t be quicker.

So-called stay-at-home stocks like Zoom and Snowflake took a dip as the possibility of returning to normal arose.

From Fortune

He said he dipped into his personal funds and “reached out to some people who gave money” to get the PAC started.

Couple guided Stella as she crawled and dipped her chest to pick up each magnet.

As F-16s roared from one end of the horizon to the other, they dipped to bomb a grassland strip.

The numbers went into the black in early 2010, but dipped back into the red in the summer.

Sales of hybrids dipped sharply in 2009, but they have come back strongly.

About three o'clock, as nearly as I could tell, we dipped into a wooded creek bottom some two hundred yards in width.

When partially exhausted the aluminum shutters are dipped into a bath of shellac.

Clean your tube regularly, and your amber mouthpiece with a feather dipped in spirits of lavender.

The tube should be dipped in warm water just before using: the use of glycerin or other lubricant is undesirable.

Just at that moment the trail dipped into a rocky ravine and climbed a steep bank on the opposite side.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dipped, such as: soaked, bathed, coated, covered, doused, and drenched.

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