- adj.在水中的; 淹没的; 水下的; 水下运动的;
- v.（使）潜入水中，淹没( submerge的过去式和过去分词 ); 完全掩盖，遮掩;
- 动词: submerge;
- 名词: submersion;
Most of the mouth of the cave was submerged in the lake.
My right toe struck against a submerged rock.
The car was submerged under 20 feet of water.
The river overflowed and submerged the farmland.
She submerged her hands in warm water.
I am absolutely submerged in work.
The mud - rock flow submerged the whole village.
The flood submerged that village.
The whole area became submerged.
His talent was submerged by his shyness.
The ship was bilged by a submerged reef.
I was submerged in reading an exciting book, and didn't hear the doorbell ring.
The man, submerged in his overcoat, listened to the conversation.
The main argument was submerged in a mass of tedious detail.
It has been applied to attached algae and submerged vascular plants.
The whole Antarctic region will be submerged.
1. under water; e.g. at the bottom of a body of water;
"a sunken ship"
2. beneath the surface of the water;
3. growing or remaining under water;
"viewing subaqueous fauna from a glass-bottomed boat"