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encase (something) in (something)

To place something in something else, often for protection. My mother encased my medal in glass so that it wouldn't get scratched. Be sure to encase the glassware in bubble wrap before putting it into the box.
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encase someone or something in something

to contain someone or something in something. We encased her broken leg in a splint and raced to the hospital. Sammy encased the butterfly in a glass display box.
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The computer image above shows how the enzyme fragment (white) folds into four sections, creating a hole big enough to encase double-stranded DNA (multicolored), say Alfonso Mondragon and Christopher D.
Its skull revolves around huge jaws that encase small front teeth and immense, pegshaped back teeth.
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