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Spanish translation of “submerge”

submerge

verb /səbˈməːdʒ/
to cover with, or sink under, water or other liquid
sumergir
I watched the submarine submerging.
submerged adjective sunk beneath the surface
sumergido
Submerged rocks are a great danger to shipping.
submergence noun
sumersión
submersible /sabˈməːsibəl/ /sabˈməːrdʒibəl/ adjective ( also submergible (American)) (of a machine or vehicle) capable of operating underwater
Sumergible
a submersible pump.
submersion /-ʃən (American) -ʒən/ noun
sumersión
(Definition of submerge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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