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plunge (sb/sth) into sth

phrasal verb with plunge uk   us   /plʌndʒ/ verb [I or T]
to suddenly experience a bad situation, or make someone or something do this: plunge into chaos/crisis/recession There is increasing confidence that the economy is not going to plunge into recession. Problems with a controversial new fuel manufacturing facility plunged the company deeper into losses last year.
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in Chinese (Simplified) (使)陷入, (使)经历…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使)陷入, (使)經歷…
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