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 institute has two goals: one is to immerse promising young musicians into an intensive experience of lessons, master classes and the (perhaps unnerving) opportunity to perform for an audience.
The outing is seen as the Queen’s way of helping immerse Meghan into public royal engagements.
Director Yann Demange says McConaughey had to immerse himself into the role, working with a dialect coach to master the Detroit accent and dispensing with his normal McConaughey glow.
The event opens its doors to those looking to immerse themselves into the business side of music.
Ian took to the football part of it immediately, immersing himself into the sport, bulking up and becoming one of the top junior college tight ends in the country.
Officials appear to worry that people can immerse themselves in news and entertainment which, while posing no direct challenge to the party, fail to promote party views.
The appeal of the western has certainly rubbed off on Zhao, who’s now immersed in writing one.
The factions of 2003, at least one of which has immersed itself into a warm bath of selective amnesia, help to clarify the factions of our present political moment.
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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
- She was immersed in a good book.
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