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N-COUNT (厨房里的)洗涤池，洗碗槽，水槽 A sink is a large fixed container in a kitchen, with taps to supply water. It is mainly used for washing dishes.
The sink was full of dirty dishes.
...the kitchen sink.
N-COUNT 同 washbasin 或 basin A sink is the same as a washbasin or basin .
The bathroom is furnished with 2 toilets, 2 showers, and 2 sinks.
V-ERG (使)下沉;(使)沉没 If a boat sinks or if someone or something sinks it, it disappears below the surface of a mass of water.
In a naval battle your aim is to sink the enemy's ship...
The boat was beginning to sink fast...
VERB 下沉;沉没 If something sinks, it disappears below the surface of a mass of water.
A fresh egg will sink and an old egg will float.
VERB 缓慢下降;下陷;沉降 If something sinks, it moves slowly downwards.
Far off to the west the sun was sinking...
When they came to build the southern spire the foundations began to sink.
VERB 坐下;跪下 If you sink, you move into a lower position, for example by sitting down in a chair or kneeling.
Kate laughed, and sank down again to her seat...
She sank into an armchair and crossed her legs...
VERB 下降;减少;下跌 If something sinks to a lower level or standard, it falls to that level or standard.
Share prices would have sunk — hurting small and big investors...
Pay increases have sunk to around seven per cent...
ADJ 贫困的;条件不好的 People use sink school or sink estate to refer to a school or housing estate that is in a very poor area with few resources.
...unemployed teenagers from sink estates...
He has transformed Chicago's sink schools into beacons of hope for parents and children.
VERB (声音)变小，降低，变低 If your voice sinks, it becomes quieter.
Her voice sank, and he moved closer to catch what she was saying...
Her voice had sunk to a whisper.
VERB 逐渐陷入(某种令人不快的心情、状态或处境) To sink into an unpleasant or undesirable mood, situation, or state means to pass gradually into it.
She'd sometimes sink into depression...
That night he sank into a deep coma...
VERB (心情)变得沉重;(情绪)变低落 If your heart or your spirits sink, you become depressed or lose hope.
My heart sank because I thought he was going to dump me for another girl...
Her spirits sank lower and lower.
V-ERG (使)埋入;(把…)打入;(使)插入 If something sharp sinks or is sunk into something solid, it goes deeply into it.
He sinks the needle into my arm...
I sank my teeth into a peppermint cream...
VERB 挖，掘(井、矿井、深洞等) If someone sinks a well, mine, or other large hole, they make a deep hole in the ground, usually by digging or drilling.
...the site where Stephenson sank his first mineshaft...
If they carry on sinking boreholes then the land is likely to subside.
VERB 把(资金)投入(企业或项目) If you sink money into a business or project, you spend money on it in the hope of making more money.
He has already sunk $25million into the project.
他在这项目上已经投资了 2,500 万美元了。
VERB 猛喝，灌(酒) If someone sinks a number of alcoholic drinks, they drink them quickly.
She sank two glasses of white wine.
VERB (高尔夫球)击(球)入洞;(斯诺克)击(球)入袋 In golf, snooker, and some other games, if you sink a ball or a putt, you successfully hit the ball into a hole.
He sank two crucial putts in the last three holes.
PHRASE 自己努力以求生存;不自立,必沉沦 If you say that someone will have to sink or swim, you mean that they will have to succeed through their own efforts, or fail.
The government doesn't want to force inefficient firms to sink or swim too quickly...
It was very much sink or swim.