entomb entomb  /ɛn ˈtum/


  • (v) place in a grave or tomb



  1. Workers from the National Atomic Energy Commission are preparing to entomb the lead container, the cesium and other contaminated material in concrete.
  2. Nisbet could find only one state-approved electronics hauler, which promised for $6,000 to entomb 300 pieces of e-waste in concrete before taking it all to a landfill.
  3. Rosen called the effort the first step in a plan to ''entomb'' the entire reactor in concrete.


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