immersive

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

immerse +‎ -ive

Adjective[edit]

immersive (comparative more immersive, superlative most immersive)

  1. Tending to immerse.
  2. Giving the impression of immersion.
    • 1999, Janet M. Noyes, Malcolm James Cook, Interface Technology: The Leading Edge, Research Studies PressLtd (→ISBN), page 125:
      An immersive system usually allows the user to move around physically so it is important that the real world allows sufficient space for this to happen safely.
    • 2016, Adam Alston, Beyond Immersive Theatre: Aesthetics, Politics and Productive Participation, Springer (→ISBN), page 21:
      However, I maintain that many immersive theatre performances still tend to assign audiences to a scheme of production that is neoliberal in character and that affects the values and meanings that are attributable to that scheme of production.

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French[edit]

Adjective[edit]

immersive

  1. feminine singular of immersif

Italian[edit]

Adjective[edit]

immersive f

  1. feminine plural of immersivo