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Synonyms for dip

Synonyms for dip

to plunge briefly in or into a liquid

to immerse in a coloring solution

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to take a substance, as liquid, from a container by plunging the hand or a utensil into it

to slope downward

dip into: to look through reading matter casually

the act of swimming

an area sunk below its surroundings

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a depression in an otherwise level surface

(physics) the angle that a magnetic needle makes with the plane of the horizon

a thief who steals from the pockets or purses of others in public places

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tasty mixture or liquid into which bite-sized foods are dipped

a brief immersion

a sudden sharp decrease in some quantity

a candle that is made by repeated dipping in a pool of wax or tallow

a brief swim in water

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a gymnastic exercise on the parallel bars in which the body is lowered and raised by bending and straightening the arms

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immerse briefly into a liquid so as to wet, coat, or saturate

dip into a liquid while eating

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go down momentarily

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stain an object by immersing it in a liquid

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take a small amount from

switch (a car's headlights) from a higher to a lower beam

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appear to move downward

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slope downwards

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dip into a liquid

place (candle wicks) into hot, liquid wax

immerse in a disinfectant solution

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plunge (one's hand or a receptacle) into a container

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scoop up by plunging one's hand or a ladle below the surface

References in periodicals archive ?
A dip angle smaller than 90[degrees] is likely to induce sliding failures, while a value lager than 90[degrees] is likely to induce toppling failures.
Fan, Z.L.: 2014b, Research on the influence by different dip angles faults of the damage height of superincumbent stratum.
In the orientation-independent stability analysis, the [H.sub.max] of SN-2 for stability was calculated to be 8.22 m for a dip angle of 66[degrees].
In the developed numerical model, a thrust fault propagated at the dip angle of 60[degrees] with a vertical displacement of [DELTA]H/H=0.08 ([DELTA]H is the vertical displacement, and H is the depth of soil) and a circular tunnel located at FW1D (FW denotes footwall, D is the tunnel diameter and 1D denotes the horizontal distance between the lining center and the fault tip line in bedrock).
Caption: Figure 3: Variation of slope CBH with the slope dip angle.
Two transition zones are observed which suggest a steep change in dip angle. The first zone at 4[degrees]N is within the Cali A segment and the second zone at 2[degrees]S is within the Quito D segment.
In the early stage of loading, the joints of the rock experienced the process of closure regardless of the size of the dip angle.
For HW1D case, by increasing fault dip angle from 45[degrees] to 75[degrees], the horizontal and vertical displacements at the tunnel vault and the invert, decreased and increased, respectively.
In general, it is accepted that in the Southern region, the Nazca plate continuously subducts with a 30[degrees] dip angle down to about 300 km depth; while in the Central region, the plate subducts with an initial 10[degrees] dip angle from the trench to the coastline, increasing to a 30[degrees] dip to a depth of 120 km, and then becoming almost horizontal up to distances of 500 km from the trench.
Study on seismogenic structure of the Wenchuan earthquake showed that from south to north, the dip angles of the Beichuan fault changed significantly, the dip increased from deep to shallow in the southwestern BCF, and the northeastern section of BCF had a greater dip angle than the southwestern [1, 6, 24-27].
Concerning the dip angle values, all of the three sensor nodes show an undulation.
Dip Angle. A numerical model (Figure 1) was created and then the different confining pressures, such as 1.5, 2.5, 3.5, and 6.0 MPa, were selected for performing numerical analysis according to the laboratory test values.
Drill holes crossing subvertical ore lodes at dip angle 50-60-degree.
Then, mechanical properties and progressive failure processes for rock masses with different dip angle structure planes are studied, and the macroscopic fracture, mechanical responses, and AE responses of rock masses are analyzed.
The intersection of the fault and the roof plane is the origin O, while the angle with the Y-axis is the dip angle [theta] of the fault (Asghar et al., 2018).