immerse : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v thrust or throw into
- v devote (oneself) fully to
He immersed himself into his studies
- v enclose or envelop completely, as if by swallowing
- v cause to be immersed
- In yearbooks, they're the kids who wear exaggerated haircuts and immerse themselves in moody music.
- That blending of the activist and the performer, not on the set but in the African bush, reflects her determination to stick with a subject, immerse herself in it, make it part of .
- Because once they've put on the goofy glasses, the film's chambered nautilus, leafy sea dragon and amorous cuttlefish will so immerse them, they'll be holding their breath.
- Omar al-Bashir in International Herald Tribune
They will issue their decision tomorrow, and we are telling them to immerse it in water and drink it,al-Bashir said, using a common Arabic insult meant to show extreme disrespect.
- Chipper Jones in ESPN
That deal was signed a long time ago, so you forget about the little sidebars, as far as your contract goes, when you immerse yourself in the game,Jones said. "I'm not worried about the money. I've made my money in this game. I just want...
- Dalton McGuinty in Washington Post
I just don't understand why we would want to immerse ourselves in this kind of debate once again,said Dalton McGuinty, premier of neighboring Ontario. "It is divisive and people bring their own particular subjective interpretations to...