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immersion 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/iˈmərZHən/,/-SHən/,
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The action of immersing someone or something in a liquid,
  1. The action of immersing someone or something in a liquid
    • - his back was still raw from immersion in the icy Atlantic Ocean
  2. Deep mental involvement
    • - she seeks total immersion in her own inner world
  3. A method of teaching a foreign language by the exclusive use of that language, usually at a special school

  4. Baptism by immersing a person bodily (but not necessarily completely) in water

  5. The disappearance of a celestial body in the shadow of or behind another


  1. submergence: sinking until covered completely with water
  2. ingress: (astronomy) the disappearance of a celestial body prior to an eclipse
  3. concentration: complete attention; intense mental effort
  4. a form of baptism in which part or all of a person's body is submerged
  5. submersion: the act of wetting something by submerging it
  6. (immerse) thrust or throw into; "Immerse yourself in hot water"
  7. Immersion is the third studio album from the electronica/drum & bass band Pendulum. The album was announced in early 2009, with the name being confirmed in December 2009.. pendulum.com. Retrieved on 04 December 2009. ...
  8. Immersion are a sound and art duo comprising of Wire & Githead's Colin Newman & Minimal Compact & Githead's Malka Spigel.
  9. In Christianity, baptism (from Greek βαπτίζω baptizo: "immersing", "performing ablutions", i.e., ritual washing). ...
  10. In mathematics, an immersion is a differentiable map between differentiable manifolds whose derivative is everywhere injective. Explicitly, f : M → N is an immersion if
  11. Telepresence refers to a set of technologies which allow a person to feel as if they were present, to give the appearance that they were present, or to have an effect, via telerobotics, at a place other than their true location.
  12. Immersion is the state of consciousness where an immersant's awareness of physical self is diminished or lost by being surrounded in an engrossing total environment; often artificial. ...
  13. the act of immersing or the condition of being immersed; the total submerging of a person in water as an act of baptism; an immersion heater; a smooth map whose differential is everywhere injective, related to the mathematical concept of an embedding
  14. (immerse) To put under the surface of a liquid; to dunk; To involve deeply
  15. (Immerse) The word “baptism” is traditionally left essentially untranslated. Since about 1700 AD, many people have questioned what this essentially Greek word means. “Baptizo”, when actually translated into English means “immerse”. Sprinkling and pouring are bogus.
  16. (Immerse) A Commander skill allowing an aethership to hide inside an energy vortex. In this state, energy collectors can siphon power without any risk of tunneling through the vortex.
  17. (immerse) flail                  petrify             phantom          deceit
  18. (Immersed) embedded below the surface
  19. (Immersed) Embedded.  In the case of corallites, indicates the corallite is embedded into the main skeleton of the coral and does not protrude.
  20. (Immersed) said of a capsule that does not project beyond the perichaetial leaves surrounding it.
  21. Placing an article into fluid, generally so it is completely covered.
  22. A method in which all instruction is given in the student’s target or second language (L2).
  23. a method for projecting images such that the viewer’s peripheral vision is engaged, either by using head mounted displays or CAVE techniques
  24. A locally (but not globally) smoothly invertible mapping of one manifold into another. The image may have self-intersections; the figure-8 is an immersion of the circle in 2D.
  25. When several of a user's senses are isolated from the real world and fed information (images and sound) coming from a computer.