- v.（使）下沉， （使）沉没( sink的过去分词 ); sink的过去分词; 陷入不快（ 或沉思） 中;
The Social Democratic Party has sunk without trace at these elections.
Bulgaria'seconomy has sunk into chaos.
But so low has morale sunk that the team and the fans would have been grateful for small mercies.
Share prices would have sunk — hurting small and big investors.
Her eyes were sunk deep into their sockets.
Pay increases have sunk to around seven per cent.
The pound had sunk 10 per cent against the Schilling.
Without him we'd be well and truly sunk.
The ship was sunk on express orders from the Prime Minister.
His voice had sunk to a conspiratorial whisper.
He has already sunk $25million into the project.
These strange diversifications could have damaged or even sunk the entire company.
He has sunk half his fortune into a new business undertaking.
The foundations have sunk.
Her voice had sunk even lower as she went on.
He was sunk in apathy after his failure.
His eyes have sunk in.
The ball sunk down.
All three enemy warships were sunk.
They are sunk in the depth of vice.
The river has sunk.
Three invading battleships were sunk at one stroke.
The sky was dark, stars were twinkling high above , night was reigning , and everything was sunk in silken silence.
He looked very pale; his cheeks had sunk in.
Her moods were very changeable, now laughing loudly, and now sunk in despair.
她的情绪变化无常, 一会儿放声大笑, 一会儿陷于绝望.
The capital sunk in it is fabulous in amount.
Her eyes have sunk in.
The foundations have sunk [ caved in ].
His eyes [ cheeks ] have sunk in.
他的眼睛 [ 面颊 ] 凹下去了.
Her fright and concern sunk her down in a deep swoon.
1. doomed to extinction