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    sunken查询结果如下:

    音标:['sʌŋkən]

    基本释义/说明: adj.沉没的;凹陷的;低于周围平面的,
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    a.
    ①沉没的;水面下的;
    sunken ships
    沉没的船只.
    a sunken rock
    暗礁.
    ②凹陷的;
    sunken eyes
    凹陷的双眼.
    N/A
    sink 的过去分词;
    -扩展释义
    扩展解释:
    vbl.使...下沉,降,挖
    N/A
    a.1. 沉没的,没入水中的[B]2. 下陷的,凹陷的,3. 低于地面(或楼面的)[B]4. 情绪低落的,沮丧的
    【海运】
    下陷的,沉沉的;凹下去的,水中的,水底的
    -同义词和反义词

    词性:adjective

    例句1. he was very gaunt, with sunken eyes

    -sunken的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    Capable of being sunk.
    “And, contrary to popular belief the Titanic is just as sinkable as any ship out there.”
    “If you want both the missiles and the sinkable carrier you can put the contents of both files into a single file.”
    “After assembled, the floater body and counterweight member being sinkable, sink in water.”
    Without a sink (of any kind).
    “Esther leaned against the sinkless wooden counter against the wall. The counter supported a portable gas stove and a bucket of rainwater.”
    Resembling a sink or some aspect of one.

    名词 变体/同根词

    As much as a sink will hold.
    The water in a sink.
    An amount of material involved in a sinking. || An area of sunken ground; a depression. || The change in draft that a vessel obtains when moving through the water.
    “It was over, and all that could be noted was a sinkage in the ground where the ancient pit had been.”
    “A writer whose reminiscences have been recently published describes briefly the aspect of the place after the sinkage.”
    (geology) A hole formed in soluble rock by the action of water, serving to conduct surface water to an underground passage || A depressed area in which waste or drainage collects. || (pinball) A hole in the playfield that rewards the player when the ball is guided into it. || (Internet) A DNS server that has been configured to hand out non-routeable addresses for all domains, so that every computer that uses it will fail to get access to the real website.
    “Then one day your showboating will catch up with you and you′ll eventfully fall into a sinkhole and break both your legs.”
    “The unstable ground underneath his feet suddenly gave way, and he fell into a deep sinkhole.”
    “And Tomaso should have had no occasion whatever to be riding to sinkhole.”
    One who sinks something. || (fishing) A weight used in fishing to cause the line or net to sink. || (baseball) Any of several high speed pitches that have a downward motion near the plate; a two-seam fastball, a split-finger fastball, or a forkball. || (construction) Sinker nail, used for framing in current construction. || (slang) A doughnut; a biscuit. || In knitting machines, one of the thin plates, blades, or other devices, that depress the loops upon or between the needles.
    “Trail fifty or sixty yards of line behind the boat with no sinker, swivel or anything on the line.”
    “Fishing these rigs and baits is simple, tap the bottom with your sinker, reel up four or five turns and wait for the bite.”
    “A strong boom is needed to carry the pound or more of lead that your sinker is going to weigh.”
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