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im·merge

 (ĭ-mûrj′)
intr.v. im·merged, im·merg·ing, im·merg·es
To submerge or disappear in or as if in a liquid.

[Latin immergere; see immerse.]

im·mer′gence n.

immerge

(ɪˈmɜːdʒ)
vb
an archaic word for immerse
[C17: from Latin immergere to immerse]
imˈmergence n

im•merge

(ɪˈmɜrdʒ)

v. -merged, -merg•ing.
to plunge or disappear into something.
[1605–15; < Latin immergere to dip, plunge, sink into; see im-1, merge]

immerge


Past participle: immerged
Gerund: immerging

Imperative
immerge
immerge
Present
I immerge
you immerge
he/she/it immerges
we immerge
you immerge
they immerge
Preterite
I immerged
you immerged
he/she/it immerged
we immerged
you immerged
they immerged
Present Continuous
I am immerging
you are immerging
he/she/it is immerging
we are immerging
you are immerging
they are immerging
Present Perfect
I have immerged
you have immerged
he/she/it has immerged
we have immerged
you have immerged
they have immerged
Past Continuous
I was immerging
you were immerging
he/she/it was immerging
we were immerging
you were immerging
they were immerging
Past Perfect
I had immerged
you had immerged
he/she/it had immerged
we had immerged
you had immerged
they had immerged
Future
I will immerge
you will immerge
he/she/it will immerge
we will immerge
you will immerge
they will immerge
Future Perfect
I will have immerged
you will have immerged
he/she/it will have immerged
we will have immerged
you will have immerged
they will have immerged
Future Continuous
I will be immerging
you will be immerging
he/she/it will be immerging
we will be immerging
you will be immerging
they will be immerging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been immerging
you have been immerging
he/she/it has been immerging
we have been immerging
you have been immerging
they have been immerging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been immerging
you will have been immerging
he/she/it will have been immerging
we will have been immerging
you will have been immerging
they will have been immerging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been immerging
you had been immerging
he/she/it had been immerging
we had been immerging
you had been immerging
they had been immerging
Conditional
I would immerge
you would immerge
he/she/it would immerge
we would immerge
you would immerge
they would immerge
Past Conditional
I would have immerged
you would have immerged
he/she/it would have immerged
we would have immerged
you would have immerged
they would have immerged
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immerge

verb
To plunge briefly in or into a liquid:
References in classic literature ?
I paused for a second to concentrate all my capabilities of enjoyment, and then immerged my lips in the clear element before me.
The projectile, immerged in the conical shadow of the satellite, experienced the action of the solar rays no more than any of its invisible points.
Ten mussels were transferred to 50-mL perforated plastic containers immerged into a 30-L tank divided into two compartments connected through a mesh allowing water exchange.
16) With the recognition of mens rea as a prerequisite for criminal liability, a number of defenses immerged to preclude those who acted without malicious intent from prosecution.
Steve Smith has captured the imagination of cricket-lovers and has immerged as a talented batsman with a thinking brain and is already touted as the Australia captain with Michael Clarke retiring.
Wozniacki tailed the American wildcard Taylor Townsend before she immerged victorious by 6-1, 7-6, (7-4).
Marketing, on the other hand, gives experience a much more objective (rather than subjective) meaning, confirming the idea that the result may be something extremely significant and unforgettable for the consumer immerged into the experience (Grundey, 2008).
The user, in addition to being physically immerged in the game through the avatar's visual representation, is also vocally involved.
The liquid products were trapped in a series of cold traps which were immerged in low-temperature troughs (ab 0[degrees]C) filled with the mixture of ice and water, while the gases were directed through the U-tube and mixed with argon at the rate of 2.
Next, the membrane was immerged into 1:200 dilution of the the primary antibody (mouse anti-human FTO mAb, Santa Cruz, USA) at 4[degrees]C for 1 h.
All chips are immerged in the silicone die, so the main cooling heat transfer mechanism is conduction through substrate, base plate and grease to the integrated cooling system.
However, when we analyzed our data some interesting findings immerged and in this paper we try to highlight them.