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    submerged查询结果如下:

    音标:[səb'mɜːdʒd]

    基本释义/说明: adj.水下的;沉浸的;遮覆的,
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    adj.
    水下的;沉浸的;遮覆的,
    Philosophers are constantly reminding us that we are the active shapers of experience, investing it with meaning from a hidden fund of presuppositions, mostly submerged beneath consciousness like the great mass of an iceberg beneath the water
    哲学家们总是不断提醒我们,我们是经验的主动构造者,根据特定的预设使其具有意义。那样的预设是隐藏不露的,其大部分不出现在意识之内,如同水下的巨大冰山。
    Navigation is difficult on this river because of the submerged rocks.
    由于水下的礁石,这条河很难航行。
    -扩展释义
    adj. 【化学】
    沉没的,浸入的,浸没的,沉没的
    n. 【机械】
    隐弧焊,埋弧自动焊
    N/A
    淹没
    The flood submerged the town.
    洪水淹没了市镇。
    N/A
    a.1. 在水中的;淹没的,2. 埋没的;隐匿的,3. 贫苦的,4. 【海】水下的;水下运动的
    【海运】
    ;水中的潜水的,下潜的沉没的
    -submerged的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    underwater; submerged; aquatic
    “Be sure to include submergent plants such as common waterweed and hornwort for their high oxygen output.”
    “Most plant dry mass in the diet of Barrow′s Goldeneyes consisted of seeds of submergent and emergent macrophytes, particularly those of pondweeds, mare′s tails, and bulrushes.”
    “They prefer clear water in small lakes and ponds that are not overwhelmed with submergent and emergent vegetation and which do not support populations of fish.”
    submergeable
    同义词: submersible
    That can be submerged.
    submersible
    同义词: submergeable
    Able to be submerged.
    Denoting or characteristic of a plant growing entirely under water.

    名词 变体/同根词

    (rare) Someone or something that submerges.
    “The same applicator can be used for many different products because it easily changes from a submerger unit to one with a multi-curtain batter fall and underflow pump.”
    The act of submerging or the state of being submerged; submersion.
    “The aim here is also to determine if the root tip removal before submergence would lead to superior anoxic tolerance.”
    “Although all rice types are damaged by complete submergence, some unusually tolerant cultivars are known.”
    “We have experienced the submergence, but what will happen to the farmers of M.P. with large landholdings, even about 50-500 acres of land.”
    The act of submerging, or the state of being submerged; immersion || (mathematics) A differentiable map whose differential is everywhere surjective.
    “There have been extraordinary examples of survival after long periods of submersion in ice cold water.”
    “The analogy between cerebral protection with deep hypothermia, and cold water submersion, now becomes obvious.”
    “What′s more it′s claimed to survive submersion in water for at least 30 minutes.”

    动词 变体/同根词

    (intransitive) To sink out of sight. || (transitive) To put into a liquid; to immerse; to plunge into and keep in. || (transitive) To be engulfed in or with something.
    “Apparently a great earthquake caused a cataclysmic rush of water to submerge the parish of Feadaill at the south end of the loch and all its inhabitants perished.”
    “Standing near the transom opening, all six men donned their gear, including heavy weight belts and tanks, which caused the stern to submerge below the waterline.”
    “He was suddenly submerged in an avalanche of scripts and offers.”
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