Sinônimos de bury
to place (a corpse) in a gravesoldiers who helped to bury the dead
to cover (something) from sightShe buried it under some leaves.
The compound was hidden by trees and shrubs.
the black patch which covered his left eye
The device, concealed in a dustbin, was defused by police.
He had stashed money away in secret offshore bank accounts.
She secreted the gun in the kitchen cabinet.
She buried her face in the pillows.
The missile buried itself deep in the grassy hillside.
to dismiss (a feeling) from the mindIt is time to bury our past misunderstandings.
I can't forget what happened today.
draw a veil over,
think no more of,
consign to oblivion,
put in the past,
not give another thought to
to occupy (oneself) with deep concentrationHis reaction was to withdraw, to bury himself in work.
There's something about them which engrosses the public.
I had other matters to occupy me that day.
This part of the book interests me in particular.
She tried to engage me in conversation.
a second career which absorbed her more completely than acting ever had
a question that continues to preoccupy the more serious papers
I was able to immerse myself in family life.
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in the sense of absorb
to engage the interest of someonea second career which absorbed her more completely than acting ever had
in the sense of conceal
to cover and hideThe device, concealed in a dustbin, was defused by police.
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