adjective see dip I

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  • dip — I. verb (dipped; dipping) Etymology: Middle English dippen, from Old English dyppan; akin to Old High German tupfen to wash, Lithuanian dubus deep Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. a. to plunge or immerse momentarily or partially under …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • dip — dip1 dippable, adj., n. /dip/, v., dipped or (Archaic) dipt; dipping; n. v.t. 1. to plunge (something, as a cloth or sponge) temporarily into a liquid, so as to moisten it, dye it, or cause it to take up some of the liquid: He dipped the brush… …   Universalium

  • The Magical Worlds of Harry Potter —   …   Wikipedia

  • strategic\ dipping — 1. (Strategic Dipping) (10814↑, 2473↓) Not double dipping! When a chip (or other dippable food) is dipped, bitten, and then turned over so that the tainted, bitten, and saliva covered part isn t able to corrupt the dip. Don: Hey man, no double… …   Urban English dictionary

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