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Emersion vs. Immersion

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Emersionnoun

Emergence, especially from the water.

Immersionnoun

The act of immersing or the condition of being immersed.

Emersionnoun

(astronomy) The reappearance of a heavenly body after being eclipsed by another or by the sun's brightness.

Immersionnoun

The total submerging of a person in water as an act of baptism.

Emersionnoun

The act of emerging, or of rising out of anything; as, emersion from the sea; emersion from obscurity or difficulties.

‘Their immersion into water and their emersion out of the same.’;

Immersionnoun

Deep engagement in something.

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Emersionnoun

The reappearance of a heavenly body after an eclipse or occultation; as, the emersion of the moon from the shadow of the earth; the emersion of a star from behind the moon.

Immersionnoun

An immersion heater.

Emersionnoun

(astronomy) the reappearance of a celestial body after an eclipse

Immersionnoun

(mathematics) A smooth map whose differential is everywhere injective, related to the mathematical concept of an embedding.

Emersionnoun

the act of emerging

Immersionnoun

(astronomy) The disappearance of a celestial body, by passing either behind another, as in the occultation of a star, or into its shadow, as in the eclipse of a satellite; opposed to emersion.

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Emersionnoun

the process of emerging from water after being submerged

‘some coral species can survive emersion for up to three hours’;

Immersionnoun

(linguistics) A form of foreign-language teaching where the language is used intensively to teach other subjects to a student.

Emersionnoun

the reappearance of a celestial body after its eclipse or occultation.

Immersionnoun

The act of immersing, or the state of being immersed; a sinking within a fluid; a dipping; as, the immersion of Achilles in the Styx.

Immersionnoun

Submersion in water for the purpose of Christian baptism, as, practiced by the Baptists.

Immersionnoun

The state of being overhelmed or deeply absorbed; deep engagedness.

‘Too deep an immersion in the affairs of life.’;

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Immersionnoun

The dissapearance of a celestail body, by passing either behind another, as in the occultation of a star, or into its shadow, as in the eclipse of a satellite; - opposed to emersion.

Immersionnoun

sinking until covered completely with water

Immersionnoun

(astronomy) the disappearance of a celestial body prior to an eclipse

Immersionnoun

complete attention; intense mental effort

Immersionnoun

a form of baptism in which part or all of a person's body is submerged

Immersionnoun

the act of wetting something by submerging it

Immersionnoun

the action of immersing someone or something in a liquid

‘his back was still raw from immersion in the icy Atlantic sea’;

Immersionnoun

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

Immersionnoun

deep mental involvement in something

‘a week's immersion in the culinary heritage of Puglia’;

Immersionnoun

a method of teaching a foreign language by the exclusive use of that language

‘an immersion school’; ‘as a teacher she advocates learning by immersion’;

Immersionnoun

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

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