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immerge

to plunge, as into a fluid; to disappear, as the moon in the shadow of the sun: The whale immerged back into the sea.
Not to be confused with:
emerge – to come into view; emanate: Watch carefully and you will see the image emerge.
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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.
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immerge

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