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immerse someone or something in something

 
1. Lit. to submerge someone or something beneath the surface of a liquid; to soak someone or something in a liquid. The preacher immersed the baptism candidate in the water. We immersed all the dirty plates in the soapy water and left them to soak. She immersed herself in the bathwater.
2. Fig. to saturate or steep someone or a group in information or some type of instruction. The trainers immersed us in details day after day. The teachers will immerse the entire class in nothing but the Spanish language, day after day.

immerse in

v.
1. To submerge someone or something in some liquid: The cook immersed the dishes in hot water.
2. To involve someone completely in something: The teacher immersed the students in every aspect of mathematics. I immersed myself in the family business.
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Vordel's Immerse workshop is designed to meet the specific needs of enterprises who wish to safely leverage mobile and cloud technologies to drive revenue growth while also leveraging their existing IT architecture.
Initial Immerse events will be held in London, Utrecht, New Orleans (CTIA Wireless 2012) and Boston.
The need to immerse the whole chip in a solution could be a disadvantage, he adds.
We will immerse the idol, but we will put a net beforehand in the river.
Now, that the authorities have allowed Hindus to travel to India, it is expected that several people of the community would be visiting India to perform the last rights of their ancestors and immerse the ashes in the holy water of the River Ganga for eternal transformation the body in accordance with the Hindu mythology.
Pakistan's Hindus, who make up only about two per cent of the overwhelmingly Muslim country's population of 160 million, usually immerse the remains of their dead in the Indus or the Arabian Sea.
Creating a rich world for the mobile market where players can immerse themselves at any time or any place is truly rewarding," said Katherine Kang, CEO, Fountainhead Entertainment.
Immerse a sliver of semiconducting material in an electrically conducting chemical soup and the result is a photoelectrochemical cell capable of converting sunlight directly into electrical or chemical energy.
Inspired by the events of Universal Pictures' upcoming film, The Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift, this game will immerse players in the underground world of drift racing.
The dams would be built along the Usumacinta River and its tributaries and would create a lake that would immerse the ruins at Yaxchilan and Piedras Negras, according to the group.
Today, gamers can immerse themselves in the action with high definition screens and surround sound.
A[paragraph]--More than 30 minutes of movie-like cinematics were created by Attitude Studios; cinematics were storyboarded and shot like a Hollywood film, using dramatic angles and sweeping shots to further immerse the player in the interactive blockbuster experience.
Available on Xbox(TM) video game system from Microsoft and PC in Fall 2004, Brothers in Arms will immerse players in the historic invasion of Normandy during World War II -- with unparalleled imagery, authenticity, sound, and gameplay.
Dragon Ball(R) Z: Budokai(TM) 2, for the PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system, takes the best-selling fighting game of 2002 and 2003 (through October)(a), Dragon Ball(R) Z: Budokai(TM), and transforms it into a heart-pounding new way to immerse fans in a quest to recover the seven Dragon Balls and the battles between good and evil that define the DBZ(R) world.