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immerses, 3rd person singular present; immersed, past participle; immersing, present participle; immersed, past tense;
  1. Dip or submerge in a liquid
    • - immerse the paper in water for twenty minutes
  2. Baptize (someone) by immersion in water

  3. Involve oneself deeply in a particular activity or interest
    • - she immersed herself in her work
    • - she was still immersed in her thoughts

  1. thrust or throw into; "Immerse yourself in hot water"
  2. steep: devote (oneself) fully to; "He immersed himself into his studies"
  3. enclose or envelop completely, as if by swallowing; "The huge waves swallowed the small boat and it sank shortly thereafter"
  4. plunge: cause to be immersed; "The professor plunged his students into the study of the Italian text"
  5. (immersion) submergence: sinking until covered completely with water
  6. (immersion) ingress: (astronomy) the disappearance of a celestial body prior to an eclipse
  7. (Immersed) In mathematics, an embedding (or imbedding) is one instance of some mathematical structure contained within another instance, such as a group that is a subgroup.
  8. (Immersed(album)) Immersed is the third (and final) album by Sinai Beach. The album was recorded at Trax East in New Jersey and was engineered by Eric Rochelle. It was released on April 19, 2005. ...
  9. (Immersion (album)) Immersion is the third studio album from the electronica/drum & bass band Pendulum. The album was announced in early 2009, with the name being confirmed in December 2009.. Retrieved on 04 December 2009. ...
  10. (Immersion (artists)) Immersion are a sound and art duo comprising of Wire & Githead's Colin Newman & Minimal Compact & Githead's Malka Spigel.
  11. (Immersion (Christianity)) In Christianity, baptism (from Greek βαπτίζω baptizo: "immersing", "performing ablutions", i.e., ritual washing). ...
  12. (Immersion (mathematics)) In mathematics, an immersion is a differentiable map between differentiable manifolds whose derivative is everywhere injective. Explicitly, f : M → N is an immersion if
  13. To put under the surface of a liquid; to dunk; To involve deeply
  14. (Immersed) embedded below the surface
  15. (Immersed) Embedded.  In the case of corallites, indicates the corallite is embedded into the main skeleton of the coral and does not protrude.
  16. (Immersed) said of a capsule that does not project beyond the perichaetial leaves surrounding it.
  17. (Immersion) Placing an article into fluid, generally so it is completely covered.
  18. (IMMERSION) This instructional program has its genesis in Canada with the French immersion programs for "majority language" students. Students are taught in (through) their second language and acquire a "minority language" at no expense to their first language. ...
  19. (Immersion) The entry of an object into shadow during an eclipse, or the covering of an object during an occultation.
  20. (Immersion (Baptism)) baptism where the whole body is dipped in water.
  21. (Immersion) A locally (but not globally) smoothly invertible mapping of one manifold into another. The image may have self-intersections; the figure-8 is an immersion of the circle in 2D.
  22. (Immersion) Is used instead of "Baptism" because a baptism brings along memories of forced conversions of Jews by Christians. An "immersion" happens when a Messianic believer is olld enough to accept Yeshua as their Messiah and they freely are immersed into living water in a Messianic Mikvah.
  23. (Immersion) The process by which reenactors and living historians attempt to surround themselves so successfully with the sights and sounds, the culture, and the physical reality of the past that the experience becomes deep enough to give the reenactor insight into the past. ...
  24. (Immersion) To be immersed is to be enveloped in the environment of the game. Fidelity, anticipation and surprise are all results of the immersive experience.
  25. (Immersion) When several of a user's senses are isolated from the real world and fed information (images and sound) coming from a computer.