The numbers went into the black in early 2010, but dipped back into the red in the summer.
He said he dipped into his personal funds and “reached out to some people who gave money” to get the PAC started.
As F-16s roared from one end of the horizon to the other, they dipped to bomb a grassland strip.
First he dipped a toe in the water with a recurring column for the online magazine Slate.
The company's shares started the year at $30.67 and have since dipped to $25.12 to close trading yesterday.
Now and then Nick dipped his fingers into the cold water over the gunwale.
She dipped her face in the fresh pure whiteness of the ones he had laid on her knee.
It seemed to end in a flight of steps that dipped under arches, and we could hear the swift rush of water.
Then he was lowered into the bath in which the dead man had been dipped.
After some walking we dipped into a little dell, where the glucking of cowbells announced the existence of chalets.
Old English dyppan "immerse, baptize by immersion," from Proto-Germanic *duppjan (cf. Old Norse deypa "to dip," Danish døbe "to baptize," Old Frisian depa, Dutch dopen, German taufen, Gothic daupjan "to baptize"), related to Old English diepan "immerse, dip," and perhaps ultimately to deep. As a noun, from 1590s. Sense of "downward slope" is 1708. Meaning "sweet sauce for pudding, etc." first recorded 1825.
"stupid person, eccentric person," 1920s slang, perhaps a back-formation from dippy. "Dipshit is an emphatic form of dip (2); dipstick may be a euphemism or may reflect putative dipstick 'penis' " [DAS].
A pickpocket: Since he seemed to remind me of a dip I'd helped bust years before (1850+ Underworld)
: Frankie dipped two men on the 37 bus
[fr dipping one's hand into a pocket]
To chew tobacco or take snuff (1848+)