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  • v. Present participle of immerse.

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Examples

  • Scene 3: America is not alone in immersing its future generations in the culture of coddling.

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  • That doesn´t mean you will succeed in immersing yourself in the language and culture of Mexico just by moving to a such a community but one thing is for sure.

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  • (Soundbite of song "Music with Changing Parts") MONTAGNE: On his website, Philip Glass 'music from this period is elegantly described as immersing a listener in a sort of sonic weather that twists, turns, surrounds, develops.

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  • Lying there and thinking of many things, too grateful for the rest to chafe at the imprisonment, and striving for peace with himself, Hamilton one day conceived the idea of immersing yellow-fever patients in ice-water.

    The Conqueror

  • Supply-chain managers must develop a new set of skills to meet these challenges, such as immersing themselves in technology, learning the nuances of vital markets around the world and figuring out the best ways to build crucial relationships inside and outside their companies.

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  • By "immersing" students in real-life settings where they must use their knowledge, RendezVu gives students a deeper and more dynamic understanding of languages, through using them in context.

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  • The company also developed some other novel cooling systems, such as immersing components in electrically inert but highly heat-conductive fluids.

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  • "We utilize water for grooming and cleansing, but the idea of immersing oneself totally in deep liquid for purposes of recreation is utterly alien to us.

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  • By 'immersing' students in real-life settings where they must use their knowledge, RendezVu gives students a deeper and more dynamic understanding of languages, through using them in context. "

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  • Flooding Another way of dealing with fear is a technique called flooding -- that is, immersing yourself completely in whatever terrifies you, and then going a few steps further, until your irrational fears are, essentially, drowned out.

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