Synonyms of dip in English:

dip

verb

  • 2 the sun had dipped below the horizon
    sink, set, drop, go/drop down, fall, descend; fade, disappear, subside, vanish, be engulfed
    the sun had dipped below the horizon
    [Antonyms] rise
  • 3 the news sent the stock dipping 5p to 663p
    decrease, fall, go down, drop, fall off, drop off, decline, diminish, dwindle, depreciate, deteriorate, slump, plummet, plunge
    informal hit the floor
    the news sent the stock dipping 5p to 663p
    [Antonyms] increase
  • 5 the flag was dipped
    lower, move downwards/down, let fall, let sink
    the flag was dipped
    [Antonyms] raise
  • 6 he dipped his headlights
    dim, lower, turn down, darken, make less intense
    he dipped his headlights
    [Antonyms] brighten raise

noun

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Phrases

dip into

  • 1 she dipped into her handbag
    reach into, put one's hand into

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