Verb(1) thrust or throw into(2) devote (oneself(3) enclose or envelop completely, as if by swallowing(4) cause to be immersed
(1) immerse the paper in water for twenty minutes(2) Add the red onion and a grind or two of black pepper, stir to immerse the onion slivers in liquid, and set aside to steep for 15 minutes.(3) The method of testing is to immerse the strips in the liquid for one second so that both the reaction zones are fully wetted.(4) His family have been deeply immersed in Gaelic games in Portarlington.(5) Though Jobson is 43, it's very much a young man's movie, immersing its audience in the heightened sensitivity and exquisite agonies of adolescence.(6) To ├ö├ç├┐flow├ö├ç├û in this context means that you are able to immerse yourself in some activity so deeply that you forget about anything else.(7) By immersing children in the life of their place they will be drawn ever deeper into its captivating complexities, and once engaged and fully embodied in the task, it will act as a site of meaningful experience in the world.(8) Leaf samples taken before dawn and at 0900 h were freeze clamped and immersed in liquid nitrogen until analysis.(9) Phillips then explained that the standard cooling technique of immersing something in a cold medium, such as liquid nitrogen, is often not adequate.(10) Their three-guitar lineup produced a wall of overlapping sound, immersing the audience in impassioned songs mostly about love, and occasionally hate.(11) The first one involved usage of liquid paraffin for immersing nerves while dissecting and recording from them.(12) There the High Priest washed the child in the Sacred Basin beside the altar and immersed her in the holy water.(13) Though it's an honour rather than a chore, there's something about being on newspaper duty in Croke Park that prevents a reporter from completely immersing his or herself in the atmosphere of big match day the same way a supporter would.(14) The cooks, however, were also immersed in the details of the proceedings, and lunch took an hour to be served.(15) Add artichoke hearts and weigh down so that they are fully immersed in cooking liquid.(16) The treatment has involved immersing the boat sections in a water-soluble polymer to replace some of the wood's cellular matter lost through bio-degradation over the centuries.
(1) immerse :: 沈めます
1. submerge ::
2. absorb in ::
3. eat up ::
4. plunge ::
5. soak up ::
Different Formsimmerse, immersed, immerses, immersing
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