Dunk – meaning of the word and examples

To put a biscuit, piece of bread, etc. into a liquid such as tea, coffee, or soup for a short time before eating it. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To put something into liquid for a short time. (Cambridge Dictionary)

To dip (something, such as a piece of bread) into a beverage while eating. (Merriam – Webster)

If you dunk something such as a biscuit or a piece of bread in a drink or in soup, you dip it into the drink or soup before eating it. (Collins Dictionary)

Dip (bread or other food) into a drink or soup before eating it. (Oxford Dictionaries)


Dunking (biscuit). Wikipedia.



Slam dunk. Wikipedia.



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