Dips, dipping, dipped. I dip, you dipped, he is dipping. They will have dipped. In Spanish, it’s dipear, although the Real Academia Española—protector of the true language—says the correct usage is “mojar un alimento en una salsa,” “to wet a food in a sauce.” Thanks to advertising, dipear is probably here to stay.  The dips in my fridge are past tense. I had all the neighbors for drinks last

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