capable of being submersed.
capable of functioning while submersed:
a submersible pump.
a ship capable of submerging and operating under water; submarine.
a device designed for underwater work or exploration, as a bathyscaphe or diving bell.
able to be submerged
capable of operating under water, etc
a vessel designed to operate under water for short periods
a submarine taking one or more men that is designed and equipped to carry out work in deep water below the levels at which divers can work
verb (used with object), submersed, submersing. 1. to submerge.
submetacentric sub·met·a·cen·tric (sŭb’mět-ə-sěn’trĭk) adj. Having the centromere near the center but not in the middle, so that one arm is shorter than the other. Used of a chromosome.
adjective 1. somewhat or imperfectly metallic.
noun 1. the act, fact, or process of subjugating, or bringing under control; enslavement: The subjugation of the American Indians happened across the country.