bury definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To place in the ground: bury a bone.
    • to position (a corpse) in a grave, a tomb, or perhaps the sea; inter.
    • To dump (a corpse) ritualistically by means apart from interment or cremation.
    • To hide by or like by addressing over with earth; conceal: buried the woman face in pillow; buried the trick deep within himself.
    • To entertain (oneself) with deep focus; take in: buried myself within my researches.
    • to place a finish to; abandon: buried their particular quarrel and shook hands.
    • to pay for from picture, either by heaping some thing over, or by putting within something, as earth, etc.; to conceal by covering; to hide.
    • exclusively: to pay for out-of picture, since the body of a deceased person, in a grave, a tomb, or even the ocean; to deposit (a corpse) in its resting destination, with funeral ceremonies; to inter; to inhume.
    • to cover in oblivion; to place away eventually; to abandon.
  • idiom:
    • bury the hatchet to quit battling; fix a quarrel.
  • verb:
    • To ritualistically inter a corpse in a grave or tomb. (see burial)
    • to put in the ground. "bury a bone"
    • to cover up or hide like by addressing with planet - "she buried her face when you look at the pillow", "buried the secret deep inside"
    • To put a conclusion to; to abandon. "They buried their argument and shook hands"
    • To get an objective
    • address from sight
    • embed deeply
    • dismiss through the brain; end remembering
    • devote our planet and address with earth
    • enclose or envelop totally, as though by eating
    • place in a grave or tomb
  • noun:
    • A borough; a manor
    • A borough; a manor
    • A manor house; a castle.
    • A castle, manor-house, or habitation; a borough.
    • A burrow.
    • A camp or heap of turnips and/or want, kept up.
    • A delicate pear of a number of varieties.
    • Soft shale or clay; flucan.
  • others:
    • To deposit and inclose in a grave or tomb, as a-dead body; consign to virtually any final resting-place after or as after demise; entomb.
    • to pay for or hide from sight; sink or lodge in or under any such thing: as, to bury treasures into the planet or under rubbish; he buried the dagger in his opponent's heart.
    • Hence To cover up; keep secret; conceal; conceal.
    • To withdraw or hide in pension: as, lo bury your self in a monastery or perhaps in solitude.
    • to cover in oblivion; set aside finally from 1's ideas: as, to bury an accident.

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