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immersive

[ ih-mur-siv ]
/ ɪˈmɜr sɪv /
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adjective

noting or relating to digital technology or images that actively engage one's senses and may create an altered mental state: immersive media; immersive 3D environments.
noting or relating to activity that occupies most of one's attention, time, or energy: her many years of immersive sociological fieldwork.
characterized by or relating to dipping, absorption, or immersion.

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Origin of immersive

First recorded in 1630–35; immerse + -ive
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British Dictionary definitions for immersive

immersive
/ (ɪˈmɜːsɪv) /

adjective

providing information or stimulation for a number of senses, not only sight and soundimmersive television sets
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