thrust its bows into the water
put into, put or go suddenly and with force
an act of plunging, especially head first into water
a steep fall
"Immerse yourself in hot water"
"the stock market plunged"
"She plunged at it eagerly"
"He launched into a long diatribe"
"She plunged into a dangerous adventure"
"The professor plunged his students into the study of the Italian text"
"It plunged to the bottom of the well"
"dip the garment into the cleaning solution"
"dip the brush into the paint"
"He immersed himself into his studies"
A hot sauna and then you're thrown into a cold plunge.
出自：Detroit Free Press
The lance is plunged into the left side.
出自： E. K. Kane
You have only to plunge a lighted taper into it.
出自： T. H. Huxley
那个侍女把拖把放进桶里浸湿,用来擦地。 plunge into sth
The elephant plunged into the forest.
The firemen plunged into the burning building.
The children plunged into the pool for a swim.
He plunged into the cold water to save the boy without hesitation.
The soldiers plunged into action although they had just marched 20 miles.
The whole district plunged into darkness because of a sudden power cut.
Because of the economic depression the company plunged deeper into debt.
They do not readily plunge into battle with such powerful forces.
Don't be too keen to plunge into argument with him; he's an experienced speaker.
不必急于同他争辩,他是个讲话老练的人。 plunge sb/oneself/sth into sth
He plunged himself into work upon his arrival.
A power failure plunged the whole house into sudden darkness.
He was plunged into despair by the terrible news.