dip to

dip (in)to (something)

To fall temporarily or quickly to a lower level or degree. You should bring a jacket because the temperature is going to dip to 60 degrees tonight.
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dip to something

to decline to a lower level quickly or briefly. The temperature dipped into the lower twenties overnight. The stock market dipped to a very low level during the day Friday.
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The new leases during the period under review included 219 warehouses, 38 offices and 23 commercial units, bringing the total number of operational companies within DIP to over 4,880 - covering a wide range of industries, from medium to light industrial units in aluminum, steel, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, textiles, plastics, oil and gas, construction, building materials and contracting sectors.
The new leases during the period under review included 219 warehouses, 38 offices and 23 commercial units, bringing the total number of operational companies within DIP to over 4,880 -- covering a wide range of industries, from medium to light industrial units in aluminium, steel, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, textiles, plastics, oil & gas, construction, building materials and contracting sectors.
This department will organise and follow up on notifications to investors within DIP to register land rights and use and modify conditions under the supervision of DIP.
Among other leading companies, Al Futtaim Motors operates a massive Parts Distribution Centre within DIP to meet the growing demand for automotive parts and accessories in the region.
At Holyhead around 30 people took part in the annual dip to raise money for lifeboat crews - all funds raised will be spent on training crews and supporting team members.
So we decided to make a new dip to our own specifications.
There's something for every occasion, from updated classics like onion dip, seven-layer dip and guacamole to more elegant creations like a pesto-mascarpone dip, sun-dried tomato olivada and salmon dip to Thai peanut sauce and more.
Key guidance on other aspects of dipping, including the disposal of sheep dip to avoid foot-and-mouth contamination from used dip, is listed in the code and should also be observed.
Before dipping Obtain an authorisation from the Environment Agency if you will need to dispose of used dip to land;
In February, United Airlines added Wild Garden(TM) Hummus Dip to its popular "RightBite" snackboxes which offer high energy, trans fat free snacks to airline passengers.
The recipes range from Easy Black Bean Dip to Smoked Salmon Cream Cheese Dip.
Enrolled members can Double Dip to earn HHonors points and airline miles for the same stay, at nearly any rate, at more than 2,300 participating Hilton, Conrad, Doubletree, Embassy Suites Hotels, Hampton Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites, Hilton Garden Inn, Homewood Suites by Hilton and Scandic Hotels around the world.
Makes enough dip to fill 1 bread round; recipe may be doubled.
Sarko states that, &uot;Keller Rohrback and Zimmerman Reed filed the Berkovich case on behalf of all persons injured by the shigella-contaminated dip to compensate these persons for their injuries and to hold Senor Felix accountable to produce safe products and to ensure that only wholesome food enters the marketplace.
Hole ER 129 confirms that the western portion of the La Cruz zone continues down dip to at least 250 meters.