1. vti move suddenly downwards: to move suddenly downwards or forwards, or move something in this way * plunged into the undergrowth and disappeared 2.vt put somebody or something in difficulties: to put somebody or something suddenly into an unpleasant or undesirable situation 3. vt put something quickly into something: to put something quickly or firmly into something such as a liquid or container * Drain the beans and plunge them into cold water. 4. vi become involved enthusiastically: to become involved in something with great enthusiasm * She plunged into student life. 5.vi embark on reckless action: to begin a course of action suddenly and in a reckless or impetuous way * warned against plunging into hostilities without trying diplomacy first 6. vi descend precipitously: to descend abruptly or steeply * The mountains plunged to the sea. 7. vi drop suddenly in value: to drop suddenly and unexpectedly in value, price, or amount * Prices plunged. 8. vi gamble recklessly: to gamble, speculate, or take risks in a reckless way (informal) noun (plural plunges)
1. act of leaping into water: a dive or leap into water * a headlong plunge into the sea 2. sudden drop in value: a sudden unexpected drop in value, price, or amount * a 38 per cent plunge in PC sales 3.sudden rush: a sudden or violent rush * The dog made a plunge for the open door. 4. reckless gamble: a reckless gamble or speculation (informal) [14th century. Via Old French plongier < assumed Vulgar Latin plumbicare 'heave a sounding lead' < Latin plumbum'lead'] take the plunge to commit suddenly to doing something new, difficult, or irrevocable to get married or decide to get married (informal humorous)
Synonyms for plunge include: dive, thrust, or plummet. To plunge an object is to immerse it, as in water.
To plunge forward is to dive; a plunge forward is therefore also a dive.
The word 'plunge' can be a noun or a verb, and the words are directly related. A plunge is a fall, often meaning a high or dangerous one, such as from a cliff. To plunge is to fall, or metaphorically do so (e.g. to plunge headlong into conflicts).
After twenty minutes in a hot sauna, I jumped into the plunge pool to cool off.I will go plunge the clogged toilet.One way a sword is used is to plunge it into the enemy.If a car misses the curve, it will plunge off the cliff into the ravine.The weather was so hot, I decided to take a plunge into the pool.
Yes, the word plunge (plunges) is a noun as well as a verb (plunge, plunges, plunging, plunged). Example uses: Noun: The plunge into the icy water was a shock to my system. Verb: Don't plunge into a business venture without doing some research.
I think I am ready to take the plunge.
He watched the man jump from the bridge and plunge into the water.Swords can be used two ways, to swing or to plunge into the enemy.When you plunge into despair, I will be there for you.If you are offered the manager's position, will you take the plunge?The end result, the baby penguins taking the plunge into the water for the first time, is also moving.- The angel plunged from Heaven.- The jumper plunges off Brighton Pier.- If I plunge my hand in his pocket, I'll find cash.
That is the correct spelling of the word plunge (dive, fall, or plummet).
The word plunge means to descend, or to become immersed. One example is to plunge from a cliff (plummet). Another is to plunge into a pool of water (a dive). Someone who plunges into an activity is "throwing" themselves into it wholeheartedly.
Plunge can be used as a verb or a noun. Verb: He plunged into the icy water. Noun: Property values experienced an unexpected plunge.
Another verb that means to fall or plunge is plummet.
The plunge is about 100 feet and its not straight down.
I plunge down a deep well of all kind of coins
The plunge pool is 40 thousand mm !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The word plunge can be a noun or a verb. It is not an adjective or adverb.
The opposite of plunge would be to soar (rapidly ascend or rise).In US football, the opposite of plunge (run into the line) is to go wide (run outside the tackles).
Plunge - 2000 was released on: USA: 29 September 2000
"The Richmond Plunge" is only open Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays for the public.
Taking the Plunge - 2010 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
A bra can be many shapes. A plunge is simply a shape of a bra. It's where the two cups meet and 'plunge' down. These are great for low cut tops and dresses.
Under the force of natural sources like rapids or waterfalls, plunge pools are formed. Bridge abutments and spillways due to scour from objects also form plunge pools.
a plunge pool is a deep pool,lake or pond that often sits under a waterfall. It erodes with the waterfall and becomes deeper as the waterfall erodes more. It erodes stones and rocks in the plunge pool