sink in :
- v become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions
- v pass through
News & Articles
- London Markets: Severn Trent sinks in downbeat U.K. market
Shares of Severn Trent sink in London after a potential offer for the utility falls through, while banks turn lower on renewed concerns about Greece after unions call a general strike.
June 12, 2013 - Market Watch
- County making major effort to assist service members returning from deployment transition back into their communities
As the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan wind down, waves of service members from the County of San Bernardino are being reunited with their loved ones. But the joy can be short lived once the realities of readjustment into everyday life begin to sink in.
June 12, 2013 - Highland Community News
- A&M helping homeowners navigate water restrictions
DALLAS –– A quick change to sprinkler heads could help homeowners navigate strict water restrictions. As the temperatures rise, it’s starting to sink in how difficult it can be for residents confined to watering their yards just once a month. In some cases, however, there’s a way around it –– or, rather, under it. Some cities in the North Texas Municipal Water District, currently in Stage 3 ...
June 11, 2013 - WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth