immerser

immerser

(ɪˈmɜːsə)
n
an informal term for immersion heater
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Translations

immerser

nBoiler m, → Heißwasserbereiter m
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The ABU version was not simply a "Baptist Bible." Time, all usages of baptizo and cognates were retranslated into "immerse," "immersion," "immerser," and so forth.
His fate is sealed when he joins his family in getting baptized in the Jordan River by Yohanan the Immerser (another Messiah candidate in those Messiah-expecting days).
A central figure in all four of the gospel stories is a Galilean Jew who comes to be known as John the Baptist (a Greek word meaning "immerser").
Anna turned off the fan and the heater and the water immerser and the lights and sat on an edge of her small bed looking out beyond the cast-iron bars through a window at the still rosy sky.
It was replaced by an electric immerser. Tricia blamed herself for this accident.
My wife pays pounds 80-plus monthly, our annual bill is more than pounds 1000 and we use only two storage heaters, a hot water immerser and a cooker.
Qurated for you', focuses on providing unique and bespoke experiences for various types of visitors, which include 'exclusivity thrivers' (luxury travellers), wander lusters, 'together again' (families), 'mostly' business, value conscious, and 'authentic immersers.' "We look forward to bringing the spirit of Qurated to life, on people's television screens, in airports around the world, and eventually here in Qatar where the world is welcomed to experience our authentic heritage and forward-looking vision," NTC official Hassan al-Ibrahim said.