Sinking

[behavior] Sinking of champagne is the act of pouring out champagne in the sink. Sinking probably started in Sweden as `a reaction to the ban on spraying champagne in many bars` and the sinking is usually done by a person ordering two bottles of champagne and asking the bartender to pour out (sink) one of them. The term `sinking` is a trans...
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Sinking

Controlling oil spills by using an agent to trap the oil and sink it to the bottom of the body of water where the agent and the oil are biodegraded.
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sinking

[n] - a feeling caused by uneasiness or apprehension 2. [n] - a descent as through liquid (especially through water) 3. [n] - a slow fall or decline (as for lack of strength)
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Sinking

Sink'ing adjective & noun from Sink . Sinking fund . See under Fund . -- Sinking head (Founding) , a riser from which the mold is fed as the casting shrinks. See Riser , noun , 4. -- Sinking pump , ...
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sinking

sinking feeling noun a feeling caused by uneasiness or apprehension; `with a sinking heart`; `a sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach`
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sinking

noun a descent as through liquid (especially through water); `they still talk about the sinking of the Titanic`
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Sinking

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Sink • a. & n. from Sink.
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Sinking

The process by which a shaft is driven.
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Sinking

The first stage in making a piece of silver by hand. A flat sheet of silver is placed over a depression and hammered in to a bowl shape prior to being turned over and placed over a stake for raising.
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Sinking

[metalworking] Sinking, also known as doming, dishing or dapping, is a metalworking technique whereby flat sheet metal is formed into a non-flat object by hammering it into a concave indentation. While sinking is a relatively fast method, it results in stretching and therefore thinning the metal, risking failure of the metal if it is `sunk`...
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Sinking

A recess or a part sunk below the surrounding surface.
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Sinking

The process by which a shaft is driven.
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