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Spanish translation of “plunge”

plunge

verb /plandʒ/
to throw oneself down (into deep water etc ); dive
lanzarse, zambullirse, tirarse de cabeza
He plunged into the river.
to push (something) violently or suddenly into
clavar, meter
He plunged a knife into the meat.
plunger noun an instrument for clearing blocked pipes etc by suction.
desatascador
take the plunge to (decide to) start doing something new or difficult
dar el paso decisivo
They decided to take the plunge and open their own restaurant.
(Definition of plunge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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