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sink /sɪŋk/ verb (past tense sank /sæŋk/ or sunk /sʌŋk/, past participle sunk /sʌŋk/)

Irregular Forms: (sank)(sunk)(sunken)


کشیدن ، دست شویی اشپزخانه ، وان دستشویی ، چاهک ، فروبردن ، فرو رفتن ، رسوخ ، ته نشینی ، حفره یاگودال ، نزول کردن ، غرق شدن ، ته رفتن ، نشست کردن ، گود افتادن ، علوم مهندسی: فرو رفتن ، کامپیوتر: فرو بردن
الکترونیک: چاهک ، فرو رفتن ، فرو بردن ، کامپیوتر: کشیدن ، فرو رفتن ، علوم مهندسی: دست شویی اشپزخانه ، وان دستشویی ، چاهک ، فروبردن ، فرو رفتن ، رسوخ ، ته نشینی ، حفره یاگودال ، نزول کردن ، غرق شدن ، ته رفتن ، نشست کردن ، گود افتادن کامپیوتر: فرو بردن

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

sink
[verb]
Synonyms:
- descend, dip, drop, fall, founder, go down, go under, lower, plunge, submerge, subside
- fall, abate, collapse, drop, lapse, slip, subside
- decline, decay, deteriorate, diminish, dwindle, fade, fail, flag, lessen, weaken, worsen
- dig, bore, drill, drive, excavate
- stoop, be reduced to, lower oneself
Antonyms: float, rise, uplift
Contrasted words: come up, rise
Related Idioms: go to Davy Jones's locker, go to the bottom, sink like a rock, Alsatian den, den of iniquity, sink of corruption
Related Words: capsize, overturn, tip (over), dive, plunge, scuttle, shipwreck, wreck, hellhole, fleshpot

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. sink1 W3 /sɪŋk/ verb (past tense sank /sæŋk/ or sunk /sʌŋk/ American English, past participle sunk /sʌŋk/)
[Language: Old English; Origin: sincan]

1. IN WATER [intransitive] to go down below the surface of water, mud etc Antonym : float:
Their motorboat struck a rock and began to sink.
The kids watched as the coin sank to the bottom of the pool.
The heavy guns sank up to their barrels in the mud.

2. BOAT [transitive] to damage a ship so badly that it sinks:
A luxury yacht was sunk in a bomb attack yesterday.

3. MOVE LOWER [intransitive] to move downwards to a lower level:
The sun was sinking behind the coconut palms.
Her chin sank onto her chest, and she looked despairing.

4. FALL/SIT DOWN [intransitive] to fall down or sit down heavily, especially because you are very tired and weak
sink into/to/down/back etc
She let out a groan and sank into a chair.
He let go of her shoulders and she sank at once to the floor.
Marion sank down on a rock, and wept.
The minister sank to his knees (=he went down into a kneeling position) and prayed.

5. GET WORSE [intransitive always + adverb/preposition] to gradually get into a worse condition
sink into
They lost all their money and sank into desperate poverty.
The good mood left me and I sank into depression.
The doctor said that the boy was sinking fast (=getting weaker and about to die).

6. your heart sinks (also your spirits sink) used to say that you lose hope or confidence:
His heart sank the way it always did when she left him.
She felt desperately tired, and her spirits sank.

7. LOWER AMOUNT/VALUE [intransitive] to go down in amount or value Synonym : drop Antonym : rise:
Shares in the company have sunk as low as 620p.
sink to
The population of the village sank to just a few families.

8. VOICE [intransitive] written if your voice sinks, it becomes very quiet
sink to/into
Her voice sank to a whisper.

9. sinking feeling informal the unpleasant feeling that you get when you suddenly realize that something bad is going to happen:
I had a sinking feeling inside as I realized I was going to fail yet again.

10. be sunk spoken to be in a situation where you are certain to fail or have a lot of problems:
If I don’t get paid by next week, I’ll really be sunk.

11. sink without trace especially British English (also sink like a stone especially American English) if something sinks without trace, it fails quickly or no one pays attention to it:
He made a few records, which all sank without trace.

12. sink so low (also sink to doing something) to be dishonest enough or selfish enough to do something very bad or unfair Synonym : stoop:
How could he have sunk so low?

13. USE SOMETHING SHARP [transitive] to put your teeth or something sharp into someone’s flesh, into food etc
sink something into something
The dog sank its teeth into my arm.
She sank her fork into the pie.

14. DIG INTO GROUND [transitive] if you sink something such as a well or part of a building, you dig a hole to put it into the ground:
A well was sunk in the back garden, and water could be pumped up into the kitchen.

15. sink or swim to succeed or fail without help from anyone else:
They don’t give you a lot of guidance – you’re just left to sink or swim, really.

16. MONEY [transitive] to spend a lot of money on something
sink something in/into something
They sank their entire savings into their house.

17. BALL [transitive] to put a ball into a hole or basket in games such as golf or basketball

18. sink your differences British English to agree to stop arguing and forget about your disagreements, especially in order to unite and oppose someone else:
Nations must sink their differences to achieve greater security.

19. DRINK [transitive] British English informal to drink alcohol, especially in large quantities:
We sank a few pints at the pub first.
sink in phrasal verb
if information, facts etc sink in, you gradually understand them or realize their full meaning:
He paused a moment for his words to sink in.
The implications of Labour’s defeat were beginning to sink in.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. sink2 S3 noun [countable]
a large open container that you fill with water and use for washing yourself, washing dishes etc ⇒ basin:
Dirty plates were piled high in the sink.
everything but the kitchen sink at everything(7)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. sink3 adjective
sink estate/school British English an area where people live or a school that is in a very bad condition and seems unlikely to improve:
Go to almost any city and you find sink estates where you get the feeling that the council hates the place and the people too.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

sink
noun
ADJ. kitchen | blocked | earthenware, enamel, porcelain, stainless steel, stone
VERB + SINK fill She filled the sink with hot water.
block | clear, unblock
SINK + NOUN unit | plunger I bought a sink plunger to clear the blocked kitchen sink.
PREP. at the ~ She was at the sink, washing up the dinner things.
down the ~ Don't pour tea leaves down the kitchen sink?it'll get blocked.
in the ~ Put the dishes in the sink.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sink
verb
I. in water/mud, etc.
ADV. slowly | fast Fergus was in waist-deep and sinking fast.
deep | down She sank down into the soft soil.
VERB + SINK begin to, start to
PREP. below/beneath We watched the boat sink beneath the waves.
into Our feet sank deep into the soft sand as we walked.
(up) to He sank up to his knees in the mud.
PHRASES sink like a stone The box sank like a stone.
sink without trace It seemed as though the ship had sunk without trace.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sink
II. fall/sit down
ADV. gratefully, happily I sank gratefully into the warm, dry bed.
gracefully | low | back, down
PREP. into He sank lower into his chair.
onto She sank gracefully down onto a cushion at his feet.
PHRASES sink to the floor/ground She sank to the ground, exhausted.
sink to your knees The old man had sunk to his knees.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

sink
verb
BAD: I knew that if I fell into the sea, I would sink.
GOOD: I knew that if I fell into the sea, I would drown.

Usage Note:
Sink is used in connection with ships, boats and objects which go down and disappear beneath the surface of water: 'The ship had been holed in the collision and was beginning to sink.'
Drown is used in connection with someone who dies because water stops them from breathing: 'One of the boys had fallen into the river and drowned.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

sink
sɪŋk
See: heart sinks

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary


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