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to plunge briefly in or into a liquid

to occupy the full attention of

Synonyms for immerse

enclose or envelop completely, as if by swallowing

cause to be immersed

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The proposal further states that "in most ritual baths, when women seek to immerse not in the presence of the attendant or to bring a friend to fill in for the attendant--they are prevented from doing so.
Short courses and continuing education programs fill an important need for most professionals, but students who immerse themselves in an MBA program while working fulltime have a chance to really explore these subjects in a unique way.
The key, Lindsay says, is to immerse molecules in solutions rich in electrically charged particles, or ions.
Through its network of customers, Ashland can answer the question: "Who has the capability of producing these core packages and ultimately the cast components that are manufactured?" By staying close to its roots and knowledge base, Ashland has been able to immerse itself in this "new" market, while also re acquainting itself with this different customer base.
Users simply immerse a sterile laryngeal mirror into the glass beads for 3 to 5 seconds and allow the mirror to cool for a few seconds before examinations.
Try this: To truly immerse yourself in the joy of being a spirit within a physical body, think of yourself as a "good" animal.
To make use of it, one would need to immerse onself as fully as he did in the primary sources and then quibble with patterns that Cabantous himself only sketches out with numerous exceptions.
The participants had to immerse themselves totally in the situation, the scene, the context, and the environment, imagining who they were, thinking how the plot was going to develop, and making decisions on what to say, how to act, how to interact, and how to direct the flow of the role-play.
But the icing is "Dressings" by some girl named Holly who immerse her journalistic self into all that was LA style back in yonderyore.
The authors say their experience shows that "Few are intimately familiar" with the Book of Common Prayer, few immerse themselves in its rituals or view them imaginatively (98).
A group of construction workers has dared special envoy to China Ramon Tulfo to immerse in a construction site for three days so that he will know how hard it is for them to earn a living and to give him a better understanding of their situation.
In 2011, Mahant had brought 135 urns filled with ashes of Hindu residents of Karachi to immerse them in the Ganga.