submerged, past participle; submerges, 3rd person singular present; submerging, present participle; submerged, past tense;
Cause to be under water
houses had been flooded and cars submerged
Descend below the surface of an area of water
the U-boat had had time to submerge
Completely cover or obscure
the tensions submerged earlier in the campaign now came to the fore
beneath the surface of the water; "submerged rocks"
subaqueous: growing or remaining under water; "viewing subaqueous fauna from a glass-bottomed boat"; "submerged leaves"
(submerge) sink below the surface; go under or as if under water
(submerge) cover completely or make imperceptible; "I was drowned in work"; "The noise drowned out her speech"
(submerging) submergence: sinking until covered completely with water
Submerged is an action film, released in 2005. The film stars Steven Seagal, Christine Adams, William Hope, Gary Daniels, Alison King and Vinnie Jones. The film was directed by British director Anthony Hickox.
Submerge is an Indian dance and clubbing scene founded in 2002 by MTV India VJ Nikhil Chinapa, with DJ Pearl , Chinappa's wife, as a co-founder.
(SUBMERGE (album)) Coaltar of the Deepers are an Alternative rock band from Japan. They formed in May 1991. Although primarily influenced by shoegaze and post-rock sound, their sound incorporates musical elements as diverse as thrash metal, electronica, neo-acoustic, and bossa nova. ...
(submerge) To sink out of sight; To put into a liquid; to immerse; to plunge into and keep in; To be engulfed in or with something
(Submerge) To go underwater. Hippos like to submergeTo go underwater. Hippos like to submerge to stay cool on a hot day. to stay cool on a hot day.
(submerge) (Antony and Cleopatra - 2.5.119)
(Submergence) The distance the ejector, foot valve or submersible pump is installed below the pumping level.
(SUBMERGENCE) Vertical distance between pumping level and pump intake.
(Submergence) A rise in the water level in relation to the land; it results either from a sinking of the land or from a rise of the water level.
(Submergence) An event wherein access to a previously visible category of life experience gets blocked. Whatever gets blocked is said to have submerged. Hence the event is called a submergence. The converse to an emergence.
(Submergence) flooding of a coast due to combined effects of subsidence and sea-level rise
(submergence (1)) The condition of a weir when the elevation of the water surface on the downstream side is equal to or higher than that of the weir crest. ...
(submerging) A state of mind in which the work captivates the user to such an extent that the surrounding reality is forgotten. Cf. engrossing, involving.