from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Botany Growing or remaining under water: submerged leaves.
- adj. Living in poverty or misery.
- adj. Having been hidden.
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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of submerge.
- adj. underwater
- adj. below the surface of a liquid
- adj. hidden
- adj. poor, impoverished
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- adj. beneath the surface of the water
- adj. growing or remaining under water
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Also, sea planes, when they take off or land, are quite vulnerable to what we call submerged debris, little things in the ocean that might catch on one of the wing floats as you might see on the picture there.
The final group of policies, what I call the "submerged state," is largely invisible because its benefits are channeled through the tax code and subsidies to private organizations.
Town-gown tensions between students and academics on the one hand and blue-collar residents on the other, tend to remain submerged beneath the surface of everyday life until a minor incident at a neighborhood bar located near a campus flares up.
Whatever the case, they remain submerged in the archives from 1731 until Gerrit Gerritsz and Abraham surfaced in 1743 opgaaf, and the rest of the children upon their marriages.
Since ice is less dense than dissolved ice (water), any increase in submerged sea ice will result in an increase of sea levels of greater proportion than mere melting.
In emergency, it can remain submerged for 24 hours.
Reptiles are slightly harder to love, if only because they're often hiding or submerged, which is why the relationship between the Capalino family and their turtle, a Red-eared Slider named Skipperdee, is noteworthy.
While protest activity subsided during 1998 – 1999, new radical peace initiatives were developed in what Melucci (1989) has characterized as submerged networks in everyday life.
We are well-advised to look at articulations of what might be called a submerged but powerful 'alternative tradition' in American – and indeed, Western – political thought, one that was powerfully articulated by the original opponents to the Constitution.
The neo-con claque in the White House and in the salons of Washington had their own motives, some of which they publicized, such as imposing another US client state in the heart of the Middle East; some of which they kept relatively submerged, that is, annihilating a threat to Israel.