One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the U-boat would have had time to submerge’
go under water, dive, sink, plunge, plummet, drop, go down
2‘half submerge the bowl in a large saucepan of hot water’
immerse, dip, plunge, duck, dunk, sink
3‘when the farmland was submerged many sheep were lost’
flood, inundate, deluge, engulf, swamp, immerse, drown
overflow, pour over
4‘her husband helped her to resist becoming completely submerged in work’
overwhelm, inundate, deluge, swamp, bury, engulf, swallow up, consume, snow under, overload, overburden
5‘a healthy return to old values which had been submerged’
hide, conceal, veil, cloak, repress, suppress
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