Shrank is the past-tense of shrink. If something was to have shrank (or the more grammatically accepted shrunk), it would've gotten smaller than it's original size, or less than its original amount.
It means that it was reduced in size some time previously.
I've learned it largely depends on the weave of the fabric. I've had some rayon clothes do great in the washer, while others shrank, even though I line dried them. So the best thing to do if you aren't sure is to follow the laundering instruction on the garment label, or dry clean. And if you do machine wash, it's often best not to machine dry rayon clothing; let it drip dry.
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"Shrank" is not an animal at all.
Yes, Mercury Shrank in diameter. Yes, Mercury Shrank in diameter.
If you mean from the orignal 30lbs size - then that would be Queen Victoria.
my silk shirt shrank in the dryer.
the present tense of shrank wolud be shrink.
Yes. Shrank is the simple past tense of shrink.
Shrank is already in the past tense. It's the past tense of shrink.
No. Shrank is the past simple of shrink.The past participle of shrink is shrunk.
Shrank is the past tense of shrink. The past participle of shrink is shrunk.
This is the past tense of shrink. Here are some sentences.The dress shrank in the dryer, and now it's too small to wear.He shrank back from the hungry bear.His savings shrank quickly once his car started breaking down.
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