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noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 沈没

noun, suru verb
  1. sinking; foundering; going down; submersion
  2. getting dead drunk
  3. having too much fun (esp. in a red-light district, etc.) and missing work or neglecting one's duties
  4. staying in one place for a long time (backpacker slang)

Definition and Synonyms for 沈没

Founder stumble and nearly fall
Synonyms: 沈没
Sink go under,
Synonyms: 沈む, 沈下, 沈没, 沈降
Founder sink below the surface
Synonyms: 沈没
Sinking a descent as through liquid (especially through water)
Synonyms: 沈没
Immersion sinking until covered completely with water
Synonyms: 沈没, 没入
Going Under (of a ship) sinking
Synonyms: 倒産, 沈没

Meanings for each kanji in 沈没

» sink; be submerged; subside; be depressed; aloes
» drown; sink; hide; fall into; disappear; die

Categories 沈没 is a member of

Trip miss a step and fall or nearly fall
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Descend move downward and lower, but not necessarily all the way
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Sink go under,
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Descent a movement downward
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Sinking a descent as through liquid (especially through water)
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Sample Sentences for 沈没

It was in 1912 that the Titanic sank during her first voyage.
The Titanic sunk on its maiden voyage.
A cargo vessel, bound for Athens, sank in the Mediterranean without a trace.
The wreckage of the ship was salvaged after it had gone to Davy Jones's locker.
The ship set sail only to sink two days later.

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