plumbing fixture consisting of a water basin fixed to a wall or floor and having a drainpipe
(technology) a process that acts to absorb or remove energy or a substance from a system
"the ocean is a sink for carbon dioxide"
sinkhole, sink, swallow hole(noun)
a depression in the ground communicating with a subterranean passage (especially in limestone) and formed by solution or by collapse of a cavern roof
cesspool, cesspit, sink, sump(verb)
a covered cistern; waste water and sewage flow into it
sink, drop, drop down(verb)
fall or descend to a lower place or level
"He sank to his knees"
unload, settle, leave out, dribble, dip, send packing, drop off, dismiss, drop down, drip, go down, deteriorate, lapse, slide down, overleap, strike down, overlook, throw, cast, fell, go under, subside, cut down, neglect, devolve, expend, send away, set down, flatten, pass, swing, bury, put down, throw off, throw away, dangle, drop, shake off, discharge, spend, fall off, knock off, miss, pretermit, degenerate, cast off, slump, shed, omit
cause to sink
"The Japanese sank American ships in Pearl Harbor"
sink, pass, lapse(verb)
pass into a specified state or condition
"He sank into nirvana"
run, perish, fall back, elapse, go past, make pass, lead, top, put across, go by, draw, evanesce, backslide, occur, die, drop down, subside, snuff it, excrete, turn over, go, spend, slide by, recidivate, fade, hand, legislate, happen, egest, exit, exceed, fleet, pass away, slip away, drop dead, overstep, slide down, make it, authorize, pop off, expire, regress, devolve, cash in one's chips, kick the bucket, retrogress, give, fall out, hap, slip by, go on, eliminate, croak, lapse, pass off, give-up the ghost, return, blow over, take place, fall off, overhaul, go through, reach, dip, communicate, go under, come about, choke, pass by, go across, overtake, transcend, glide by, relapse, extend, decease, fall, pass, clear, drop, conk, travel by, bury, buy the farm, go down, pass along, authorise, go along, surpass, guide, slump, settle, pass on
sink, settle, go down, go under(verb)
go under, "The raft sank and its occupants drowned"
settle, square up, dip, make up, patch up, nail down, drop down, settle down, go down, square off, decline, lapse, slide down, descend, come down, root, determine, crash, steady down, go under, subside, reconcile, fall, finalise, ensconce, wane, get back, pass, bury, adjudicate, conciliate, decide, drop, resolve, locate, fall off, go by, set, finalize, slump, take root
descend into or as if into some soft substance or place
"He sank into bed"; "She subsided into the chair"
appear to move downward
"The sun dipped below the horizon"; "The setting sun sank below the tree line"
slump, fall off, sink(verb)
fall heavily or suddenly; decline markedly
"The real estate market fell off"
slump, slide down, sink(verb)
fall or sink heavily
"He slumped onto the couch"; "My spirits sank"
"She sank her fingers into the soft sand"; "He buried his head in her lap"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Abase refers only to outward conditions. "Exalt him that is low, and abase him that is high." Ezek. xxi, 26. Debase applies to quality or character. The coinage is debased by excess of alloy, the man by vice. Humble in present use refers chiefly to feeling of heart; humiliate to outward conditions; even when one is said to humble himself, he either has or affects to have humility of heart. To disgrace may be to bring or inflict odium upon others, but the word is chiefly and increasingly applied to such moral odium as one by his own acts brings upon himself; the noun disgrace retains more of the passive sense than the verb; he disgraced himself by his conduct; he brought disgrace upon his family. To dishonor a person is to deprive him of honor that should or might be given. To discredit one is to injure his reputation, as for veracity or solvency. A sense of unworthiness humbles; a shameful insult humiliates; imprisonment for crime disgraces. Degrade may refer to either station or character. An officer is degraded by being reduced to the ranks, disgraced by cowardice; vile practises degrade; drunkenness is a degrading vice. Misfortune or injustice may abase the good; nothing but their own ill-doing can debase or disgrace them.
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VR is even bigger than the switch from 2D to 3D, for the client to be able to walk up to the sink and know they need a few more feet to the left for when they’re doing the dishes, that’s a major game changer.
If we can get this thing on the ballot, it will pass, they can throw everything but the kitchen sink at it, but it will pass.
To President Trump, do not let them take over the Strait of Hormuz, keep the pressure on and if they continue to do this, sink their navy like Ronald Reagan did back in the 80s.
I have rubbed, knocked and brushed up against a thousand windows, trying to get an image.""A writer is nothing without a reader; a reader is nothing without a writer." "Ask not the grass to give you green, and later walk all over it.”“Thoughts are like an open ocean, they can either move you forward within its waves, or sink you under deep into its abyss.” Anger can kill, even a feather gently blowing in the wind.” "The mirror will only lie, when you look at it through a mask."If you put a clock in a bottle, with time it will crack, as like money, as like love, as like a beautiful mind, with no soul." “If eyes are windows to the soul, then tears are heavens rain.”"It's not how many friends you can count, it's how many of those you can count on.”
The company has been in declining condition ever since, and they've allowed themselves to sink deeper and deeper into a hole that would be hard to get out of at this point.
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