Traducción de immersion en Español:


inmersión, n.

Pronunciación /ɪˈmərʒən//ɪˈmərʃən//ɪˈməːʃ(ə)n/


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    • 1.1formal (in liquid)

      inmersión femenino
      • However, if by accident someone falls into icy water or down a crevasse and is only rescued after rapid hypothermia has set in, the person is best treated by rapid immersion in a hot bath of water at 108°F.
      • The expert said that in his opinion the blood-staining evidence would seem to be against the scenario supposed of a nosebleed and of immersion in bath water.
      • The patient described having used ‘positive thinking’ while holding her hands in warm water and that she had become able to do this even without the aid of warm water immersion.
      • A short film suggesting eco-friendly alternatives to immersion in lakes is being screened too.
      • Alternatively, immersion in a warm bath has a soothing effect.
      • The techniques most commonly used for rapid cooling are cold water immersion and evaporative cooling.
      • However, powdered saffron does not require liquid immersion to explode into color.
      • Heatstroke is a medical emergency that should be treated immediately with temperature-lowering techniques such as immersion in an ice bath or evaporative cooling.
      • The procedure involves the propagation of detached roots on agar plates and the collection of root hairs by immersion in liquid nitrogen.
      • The major challenge was to design a tub deep enough for immersion - allowing for some overflow - yet low enough to take advantage of the garden views.
      • I learned later that the wings had been constructed from fabric on an all-wood frame, all of which had disappeared after 60 years' immersion.
      • With the data adjusted for the small air losses suffered on water immersion, a more accurate picture of radial air distribution in the fruit emerged.
      • The volume of air may be adjusted to provide more or less immersion for the entire body, for specific sections, or even for individual chambers or cells.
      • He showed how terrestrial animals such as snails can survive immersion even in salt water by forming a hard membranous diaphragm over the mouth of the shell.
      • Most fluid-filled products permit a high degree of immersion, allowing the body to sink into the surface as the surface conforms to bony prominences.
      • These include the amount of sunscreen applied, how it is spread over the skin, resistance to water immersion and sand abrasion and when and how often sunscreen is reapplied.
      • It means ‘to cook by immersion in hot liquid or steam’.
      • If sailing, windsurfing or undertaking any other activity likely to involve accidental immersion, wear clothing that is loose fitting.
      • Animals have been recovered from this state after immersion in liquid helium, absolute alcohol, brine, and ether.
      • In general, dye that is designed for water immersion must be rinsed repeatedly to remove the excess.

    • 1.2(in work, activity)

      absorción femenino
      enfrascamiento masculino
      before noun the (total) immersion method el método de inmersión (total)
      • For older children who don't have these challenges to reading, it is a time of pure indulgence - total immersion in the moment and in the attention of the mentor who is reading to them.
      • A question arises for us at this juncture - can a different kind of work be done that involves immersion in an educational culture of digital technologies?
      • It is more than sonic sound-bathing; it is deeply resonant immersion of mind, body and soul.
      • If the rules are nonsensical (or worse, impossible to understand), then the mind jumps away from the game and the sense of immersion disappears.
      • This is a stage of immersion into the two cultures.
      • He enjoys his mental immersion, so he doesn't need the acclaim.
      • Despite his deep immersion in politics up until this moment, he felt relieved to be an ordinary twenty-year-old for once.
      • The sound effects provide a good sense of immersion, but with the graphics lagging a bit behind, I was mildly disappointed.
      • There is no doubt that Darwin's deep immersion in natural theology at Cambridge did him a great service.
      • As far as yoga students are concerned, holding a pose for a period of time requires subtraction of the outer world, total awareness of the whole body and total immersion of the mind in the pose in the absence of judgment.
      • Once on campus, some find that the compressed time frame and residential setting of many programs allow for deeper immersion in study and in prayer than is possible during weekend or night classes.
      • His head rocked arrhythmically from side to side, eyes glazed with the idiot stare of deep immersion.
      • And so the state respects our self-determination not by enabling us to stand back from our social roles, but by encouraging a deeper immersion in and understanding of them, as the politics of the common good seeks to accomplish.
      • From beginning to end, the 16 players demonstrated a discipline, sense of tension and immersion in the music many other ensembles could learn from.
      • There is content analysis and deep immersion in particular communities over time.
      • Considering your lengthy immersion in classical music, what propelled you into avant-garde performance?
      • But the final move in this introductory immersion in epistemology is to notice what happens when we go beyond the apple.
      • A good story and setting can create an immersion that even superior technology cannot match.
      • But, as often happens, involvement soon became immersion and by the time they established the company, I had been working with the project for two months and was heavily involved.
      • I closed my eyes to get the best effect, but the front-of-house people should consider offering sleep masks to aid the audience's immersion in the event.

  • 2Britanico coloquial