Sinónimos de sink en inglés:

sink


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1‘he saw the coffin sink below the surface of the waves’

SINÓNIMOS
become submerged, be engulfed, go down, drop, fall, descend
disappear, vanish
ANTÓNIMOS

rise, float

2‘500 passengers and crew were saved after the luxury cruise liner sank yesterday’

SINÓNIMOS
founder, go under, submerge, capsize

3‘they sank their ships, rather than let them fall into enemy hands’

SINÓNIMOS
scupper, scuttle, send to the bottom, open the seacocks in

4‘the Bank of England sank lingering hopes of an imminent recovery’

SINÓNIMOS
destroy, ruin, wreck, put an end to, be the ruin of, be the ruination of, wreak havoc on, demolish, devastate, blast, blight, smash, shatter, dash, torpedo, scotch, sabotage
coloquial put the kibosh on, put the skids under, put paid to, banjax, do for, blow a hole in, nix
Britanico coloquial scupper, dish, throw a spanner in the works of
Norteamericano coloquial throw a monkey wrench in the works of
inglés de Australia coloquial euchre, cruel
arcaico bring to naught

5‘they agreed to sink their differences’

SINÓNIMOS
ignore, overlook, disregard, forget, put aside, set aside, put to one side, bury, consign to oblivion

6‘I sank myself in the communal life of the place’

SINÓNIMOS
immerse oneself in, plunge oneself into, lose oneself in, bury oneself in, absorb oneself, occupy oneself with

7‘the plane sank towards the small airstrip’

SINÓNIMOS
descend, drop, go down, go downwards, come down, come downwards, go lower
fall, plunge, plummet, pitch, fall headlong, nosedive
ANTÓNIMOS

ascend

8‘the sun was sinking in a red glow’

SINÓNIMOS
set, go down, go downwards, dip beneath the horizon, descend
ANTÓNIMOS

rise

9‘Loretta sank into an armchair’

SINÓNIMOS
lower oneself, flop, collapse, drop down, slump, plump oneself
coloquial plonk oneself, plop oneself
Norteamericano coloquial plank oneself
ANTÓNIMOS

stand up

10‘her voice sank to a confidential whisper’

SINÓNIMOS
fall, drop, become lower, get lower, become quieter, get quieter, become softer, get softer
ANTÓNIMOS

rise

11‘whatever she is guilty of, she would never sink to your level’

SINÓNIMOS
stoop, lower oneself, descend, be reduced
demean oneself, debase oneself

12‘his breathing was laboured—he was clearly sinking fast’

SINÓNIMOS
deteriorate, decline, fade, fail, weaken, grow weak, flag, languish, degenerate, decay, waste away
be at death's door, be on one's deathbed, be breathing one's last, be about to die, be approaching death, be slipping away, have one foot in the grave, be in extremis, become moribund
coloquial go downhill, be on one's last legs, be giving up the ghost
ANTÓNIMOS

recover, improve

13‘sink 3-inch pots of good soil into the ground’

SINÓNIMOS
embed, insert
drive, place, put down, plant, position

14‘they planned to sink a gold mine in Oklahoma’

SINÓNIMOS
dig, excavate, bore, drill

15‘after sinking five pints of lager, he decided it was time to leave’

SINÓNIMOS
drink, quaff, gulp down
coloquial down, swill, knock back, polish off, dispose of, shift
Britanico coloquial get outside of, neck, bevvy
Norteamericano coloquial chug, scarf down

16‘many investors sank their life savings into the company’

SINÓNIMOS
invest, put, venture, risk, plough

nombre

1‘he washed himself as best he could at the sink in the bathroom’

SINÓNIMOS
basin, washbasin, handbasin, wash-hand basin
anticuado lavabo

Frases

    sink in

    ‘Peter read the letter twice before its meaning sank in’


    SINÓNIMOS
    register, penetrate, be understood, be comprehended, be realized, be taken in, be grasped, become clear, get through