Why, when dissolving hydrogen chloride in water, it is impossible to lower the end of the tube through which the gas flows into the water?

When dissolving hydrogen chloride in water, the end of the tube, through which the gas flows, must not be lowered into water, so that water is not sucked into the reaction flask.

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