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submerge

(sŭb-mĕrj′) [″ + mergere, to immerse]
To place under water.
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The furnace charger conduit permits accumulation of a sufficient quantity of scrap material contained above the surface of the molten metal so that when the weight balance between the column of scrap material and the specific gravity of the molten metal is overcome, the column of scrap metal automatically submerges itself further into the bath.
HUNZA, June 02, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The water outflow from Hunza Lake has reached to 1400 cusecs while more than 48 houses of Tehsil Gojaal would submerge in the lake.
Blanch turnip greens, then submerge in ice water and drain.