American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To submerge.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- v. To submerge
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Bot.) Submersed.
- v. put under water
- v. sink below the surface; go under or as if under water
- Probably back-formation from submersion, act of submerging, from Late Latin submersiō, submersiōn-, from Latin submersus, past participle of submergere, to submerge; see submerge. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“All you have to do is fill it with water, get the soap to make bubbles, and then submerse yourself.”
“In addition, many companies also use high-pressure treatments to kill bacteria in meat, or submerse the finished product briefly in 180-degree water to kill possible listeria on their surface.”
“And moving into flight searches is also part of the company's strategy to create a comprehensive world of products that users will submerse themselves in every time they go online.”
“Am I really traveling to Chicago Ad: Tech to talk all things digital and submerse myself directly into the heart of connectivity, AND THEN travel directly to an Ashram for a completely unplugged weekend of yoga and meditation?!”
“I wanted to submerse myself in my friendships and with family members I chose to be with -- an important part of this reflective equation.”
“Structura, dinamica si productivitatea vegetatiei submerse in ecosistemele acvatice ale Deltei Dunarii.”
“I think the physical aspects of the character will really allow Dinklage to completely submerse himself in playing Tyrion and it should be amazing to behold.”
“So, when I get spare time to myself, I don't care to submerse myself in it any further.”
“Giving in to his curiosity, he pressed the play button, and he couldnâ€ ™ t help but submerse himself in the lullaby, closing his eyes and smiling softly.”
“Any Muslims may enter legally and participate fully in our society as long as they understand that at any time, an artist in our culture may paint a portrait of Mohammed in excrement and submerse it in urine and hang it in one of our national tax-payer supported museums and they can complain about it all they want, but they do not get to riot or disturb the peace in any way.”
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