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to dip a food item into a sauce or dip, take a bite, and then dip it in the sauce again
It was embarrassing when she double-dipped.
informal; also double dip , (n.)
The practice of holding a second job that has retirement benefits while receiving a pension from former employmentverb
[1970s+; fr an ice-cream cone with two dips, scoops, of ice cream]