2. To become lower in amount, value, etc.; or to decline or to decrease: Just watch, this company's stock will sink after it announces that its profits are less than expected.
3. To do something that is morally wrong: How could Neal sink to cheating like that?
2. A condition in which two or more people or things agree with or match one another and work together properly: Since Homer's views are in sync with his colleagues, they can proceed with the project.
An informal abbreviation of "synchronization", "synchronism", or "synchronize", etc.
The two players were in sync during the game; however, I am afraid that their luck will sink because an opponent had a cinque in his hand.
After the game, all the players went to the sink to wash up before going out to dinner together.
2. To fall or to drop to a lower level; especially, to go down below the surface of water, mud, etc.: "We could see the car sink into the muddy river after it ran off the highway."
"The water in the lake is expected to sink several feet during the long, dry summer."
"We had to clean the stopped-up drain in the kitchen sink."
It was sad to hear that he had to sink so low as to hoard so much water during the drought. Apparently he not only filled the sink every day, but also his bath tub and a big-plastic barrel.