Examples of immerse in a Sentence
Immerse the fabric completely in the dye.
She had immersed herself in writing short stories.
He immersed himself in the culture of the island.
Recent Examples of immerse from the Web
The 70mm action will expand to fill 40 percent more of the 120-foot domed screen, promising to immerse moviegoers in the experience.
In some ways, John D’Acquisto was like so many current pitchers, immersed in a culture that values velocity above all else.
With President Trump likely to send thousands more troops to Afghanistan and maintain a military presence in Iraq indefinitely, some airmen will spend most of their careers immersed in the war zone, watching an ever-expanding flood of live video.
The resort also offers alpine lake freediving; traveling by helicopter, divers can immerse themselves in pristine glacial lakes to see huge underwater cliffs.
Written and produced by James Scruggs, a black man, featuring a mostly black cast, 3/Fifths is a work of interactive theater that immerses its audience in a dystopian theme park called SupremacyLand.
VR makes the unreal real, using computer software and hardware that responds to our body’s movements to immerse us in a convincing alternate existence.
Our minds have evolved to be on alert for that which may harm us, and our culture has spent decades immersed in anxious explorations of nuclear weapons.
On Flight of Passage, we are immersed in the action.
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Origin and Etymology of immerse
Middle English, from Latin immersus, past participle of immergere, from in- + mergere to merge
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
IMMERSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of immerse for English Language Learners
: to put (something) in a liquid so that all parts are completely covered
: to make (yourself) fully involved in some activity or interest
IMMERSE Defined for Kids
Definition of immerse for Students
1 : to plunge into something (as a fluid) that surrounds or covers
2 : to become completely involved with She was immersed in a good book.
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