sink+deep

  • 1 Deep lake water cooling — uses cold water pumped from the bottom of a lake as a heat sink for climate control systems. Because heat pump efficiency improves as the heat sink gets colder, deep lake water cooling can reduce the electrical demands of large cooling systems… …

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  • 2 Deep fryer — for restaurant use. A domestic deep fryer with a wire basket A deep frye …

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  • 3 Sink — (s[i^][ng]k), v. i. [imp. {Sunk} (s[u^][ng]k), or ({Sank} (s[a^][ng]k)); p. p. {Sunk} (obs. {Sunken}, now used as adj.); p. pr. & vb. n. {Sinking}.] [OE. sinken, AS. sincan; akin to D. zinken, OS. sincan, G. sinken, Icel. s[ o]kkva, Dan. synke,… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 sink — [siŋk] vi. sank or sunk, sunk, sinking [ME sinken < OE sincan, akin to Ger sinken < IE base * sengw , to fall, sink > Gr heaphthē, (he) sank] 1. to go beneath the surface of water, deep snow, soft ground, etc. so as to be partly or… …

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  • 5 sink a mine — sink a mine/well/hole/etc phrase to dig a deep hole in the ground Drilling companies are beginning to sink exploratory wells in the area. Thesaurus: mining and quarryinghyponym …

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  • 6 sink a well — sink a mine/well/hole/etc phrase to dig a deep hole in the ground Drilling companies are beginning to sink exploratory wells in the area. Thesaurus: mining and quarryinghyponym …

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  • 7 sink a hole — sink a mine/well/hole/etc phrase to dig a deep hole in the ground Drilling companies are beginning to sink exploratory wells in the area. Thesaurus: mining and quarryinghyponym …

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  • 8 deep bathing — (DEEP bay.thing; th as in the) pp. Bathing with one s body immersed in the water from the neck down. Example Citation: Bathing in giant tubs that allow you to fully immerse yourself provides serenity for the body, mind and soul, says Carter… …

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  • 9 deep-sinker — deepˈ sinkˈer noun (Aust) A drinking vessel of the largest size • • • Main Entry: ↑deep …

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  • 10 Sink — This article is about a sanitary fitting for washing ones hands, or for washing dishes. For other uses, see Sink (disambiguation). A typical sink/basin in a bathroom …

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  • 11 sink — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ bathroom (esp. AmE), kitchen ▪ blocked (esp. BrE), clogged (AmE) ▪ marble (esp. AmE), porcelain, stainless steel …

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  • 12 sink — [[t]sɪ̱ŋk[/t]] ♦♦♦ sinks, sinking, sank, sunk 1) N COUNT 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. 2) N COUNT A sink is …

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  • 13 Deep water source cooling — Schematic of a deep water heat sink Schematic of the system on …

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  • 14 sink — sink1 [ sıŋk ] (past tense sank [ sæŋk ] ; past participle sunk [ sʌŋk ] ) verb ** ▸ 1 go below water s surface ▸ 2 when sun gets lower ▸ 3 move to lower level ▸ 4 fall/sit/lie down ▸ 5 go down in value/amount ▸ 6 invest money ▸ 7 push something… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 15 sink */*/ — I UK [sɪŋk] / US verb Word forms sink : present tense I/you/we/they sink he/she/it sinks present participle sinking past tense sank UK [sæŋk] / US past participle sunk UK [sʌŋk] / US 1) [intransitive] to disappear below the surface of the water… …

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  • 16 sink — 1 past tense sank, or sunk verb 1 IN WATER a) (I) to go down below the surface of water, mud etc: The Titanic sank after hitting an iceberg. | If you put it in water, will it float or sink? | The heavy guns sank up to their barrels in the mud. b) …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 sink — [c]/sɪŋk / (say singk) verb (sank or sunk, sunk or sunken, sinking) –verb (i) 1. to descend gradually to a lower level, as water, flames, etc. 2. to go down towards or below the horizon. 3. to slope d …

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  • 18 Deep sea communities — giant tubeworm Deep sea communities currently remain largely unexplored, due the technological and logististical challenges and expense involved in visiting these remote biomes. Because of the unique challenges (particularly the high barometric… …

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  • 19 Deep sea fish — Humpback anglerfish Deep sea fish is a term for any fish that lives below the photic zone of the ocean. The lanternfish is, by far, the most common deep sea fish. Other deep sea fish include the flashlight fish, cookiecutter shark, bristlemouths …

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  • 20 Deep water blackout — Latent hypoxia hits on ascent A deep water blackout is a loss of consciousness caused by cerebral hypoxia on ascending from a deep freedive or breath hold dive, typically of ten metres or more when the swimmer does not necessarily experience an… …

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