buried, past participle; buries, 3rd person singular present; buried, past tense; burying, present participle;
Put or hide under ground
he buried the box in the back garden
Place (a dead body) in the earth, in a tomb, or in the sea, typically with funeral rites
he was buried in Arlington National Cemetery
Lose (someone, typically a relative) through death
she buried her sixty-year-old husband
Completely cover; cause to disappear or become inconspicuous
the countryside has been buried under layers of concrete
the warehouse was buried in the faceless sprawl of the city
Move or put out of sight
she buried her face in her hands
with his hands buried in the pockets of his overcoat
Deliberately forget; conceal from oneself
they had buried their feelings of embarrassment and fear
Overwhelm (an opponent) beyond hope of recovery
losses that would bury multiple businesses
Involve oneself deeply in something to the exclusion of other concerns
he buried himself in work
cover from sight; "Afghani women buried under their burkas"
place in a grave or tomb; "Stalin was buried behind the Kremlin wall on Red Square"; "The pharaohs were entombed in the pyramids"; "My grandfather was laid to rest last Sunday"
place in the earth and cover with soil; "They buried the stolen goods"
immerse: enclose or envelop completely, as if by swallowing; "The huge waves swallowed the small boat and it sank shortly thereafter"
embed deeply; "She sank her fingers into the soft sand"; "He buried his head in her lap"
forget: dismiss from the mind; stop remembering; "I tried to bury these unpleasant memories"
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A borough; a manor; To ritualistically inter a corpse in a grave or tomb. (see burial); To place in the ground. "bury a bone"; To hide or conceal as if by covering with earth - "she buried her face in the pillow", "buried the secret deep inside"; To put an end to; to abandon. ...
To book a wrestler in such a way that they lose drawing power, popularity or status. For example many of the wrestlers on the RAW roster have been “buried” as a result of always losing high profile matches, particularly when they work with Triple H. ...
Sink (a shot), as in "bury a jumper."
bebyrgan; bedelfan; burgan
A term that meant "put [a permanent] into its owner's graveyard." In general, cards that were printed with the term "bury" have received errata in the Oracle card reference to read, "Destroy [a permanent]. It can't be regenerated," or "Sacrifice [a permanent]."
to make another wrestler look foolish or inadequate in a very real sense not necessarily for the sake of storylines. Ex. WCW was buried in the Invasion angle by rarely wining a match.
Laying to rest a belief, feeling, or habit that is no longer useful or alive / Hiding something
(2h)[S], POs down, FOs away, hands start far from signer and move > signer in an upward arc while opening to (2h)[B] to show mound of earth. For a QuickTime movie of this sign, see ASL browser - bury.
1686 tons, built 1911, in rescue service from 27 December 1941, sailed with 48 convoys, rescued 237 survivors.
v. to put into the ground and cover with earth
1. To attempt to defame someone or to criticize him. 2. To lower someone in the eyes of the fans or promoter.
A "swoosh" (a successful SHOT that only touches the net after it leaves the hands of a player). Otherwise known as a perfect shot.You will hear people use the Basketball Phrase "Nothin' but Net!" which is the same as a bury!C
The term bury or buried was used in some early sets, where it served as shorthand for a two-part effect: destroying a permanent, and preventing that permanent from regenerating. ...