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immerse
ɪ'mɜrs
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Devote (oneself) fully to.
  2. Cause to be immersed.
  3. Thrust or throw into.
  4. Enclose or envelop completely, as if by swallowing.
Hyphenationim•merse
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb
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浸渍jìnzìto soak; to macerate
浸泡jìnpàoto steep; to soak; to immerse
埋头máitóuto immerse oneself in; engrossed in something; to lower the head (e.g. to avoid rain); countersunk (of screws, rivets etc)
浸没jìnmòto immerse; to swamp
浸洗jìnxǐto immerse; to rinse
jìnto immerse; to soak; to steep; gradually
jìn(same as ancient form of ) to dip; to immerse; to soak, gradual; gradually, name of a place in today's Henan Province
jìn(same as ) to dip; to immerse; to soak; to permeate; to percolate, gradual; gradually
chénto submerge; to immerse; to sink; to keep down; to lower; to drop; deep; profound; heavy
duìto soak or be soaked; to dip; to immerse
chén(ancient form of ) (interchangeable ) sink, deep; profound, joy; delight, happy; peaceful (interchangeable ) deep water; deep pool, leisurely; relaxed, dewy, full; filled, wet; damp; moist, clear (interchangeable ) to dip; to immerse; to soak, swell
沉浸chénjìnto soak; to permeate; to immerse
沐浴mùyùto take a bath; to bathe; to immerse
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