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deep

 (dēp)
adj. deep·er, deep·est
1.
a. Extending far downward below a surface: a deep hole in the river ice.
b. Extending far inward from an outer surface: a deep cut.
c. Extending far backward from front to rear: a deep walk-in refrigerator.
d. Extending far from side to side from a center: a deep yard surrounding the house.
e. Far distant down or in: deep in the woods.
f. Coming from or penetrating to a depth: a deep sigh.
g. Sports Located or taking place near the outer boundaries of the area of play: deep left field.
2. Extending a specific distance in a given direction: snow four feet deep.
3. Far distant in time or space: deep in the past.
4.
a. Difficult to penetrate or understand; recondite: a deep metaphysical theory.
b. Of a mysterious or obscure nature: a deep secret; ancient and deep tribal rites.
c. Very learned or intellectual; wise: a deep philosopher.
d. Exhibiting great cunning or craft: deep political machinations.
5.
a. Of a grave or extreme nature: deep trouble; deepest deceit.
b. Very absorbed or involved: deep in thought; deep in financial difficulties.
c. Profound in quality or feeling: a deep trance; deep devotion.
6. Rich and intense in shade. Used of a color: a deep red.
7. Low in pitch; resonant: a deep voice.
8. Covered or surrounded to a designated degree. Often used in combination: waist-deep in the water; ankle-deep in snow.
9. Large in quantity or size; big: deep cuts in the budget.
10. Sports Having a sufficient number of capable reserve players: That team is not very deep.
adv.
1. To a great depth; deeply: dig deep; feelings that run deep.
2. Well along in time; late: worked deep into the night.
3. Sports Close to the outer boundaries of the area of play: played deep for the first three innings; ran deep into their opponents' territory.
n.
1. often deeps
a. A deep place in land or in a body of water: drowned in the deep of the river.
b. A vast, immeasurable extent: the deep of outer space.
2. The extent of encompassing time or space; firmament.
3. The most intense or extreme part: the deep of night.
4. The ocean.
5. Nautical A distance estimated in fathoms between successive marks on a sounding line.
Idioms:
deep down
At bottom; basically: Deep down, she was still a rebel.
in deep water
In difficulty.

[Middle English dep, from Old English dēop; see dheub- in Indo-European roots.]

deep′ly adv.
deep′ness n.

deep

(diːp)
adj
1. extending or situated relatively far down from a surface: a deep pool.
2. extending or situated relatively far inwards, backwards, or sideways: a deep border of trees.
3. (Cricket) cricket relatively far from the pitch: the deep field; deep third man.
4.
a. (postpositive) of a specified dimension downwards, inwards, or backwards: six feet deep.
b. (in combination): a six-foot-deep trench.
5. coming from or penetrating to a great depth: a deep breath.
6. difficult to understand or penetrate; abstruse
7. learned or intellectually demanding: a deep discussion.
8. of great intensity; extreme: deep happiness; deep trouble.
9. (foll by: in) absorbed or enveloped (by); engrossed or immersed (in): deep in study; deep in debt.
10. very cunning or crafty; devious: a deep plot.
11. mysterious or obscure: a deep secret.
12. (Colours) (of a colour) having an intense or dark hue
13. low in pitch or tone: a deep voice.
14. go off the deep end informal
a. to lose one's temper; react angrily
b. chiefly US to act rashly
15. in deep water in a tricky position or in trouble
16. throw someone in at the deep end See end128
n
17. (Physical Geography) any deep place on land or under water, esp below 6000 metres (3000 fathoms)
18. a poetic term for the ocean
19. (Cricket) cricket the area of the field relatively far from the pitch
20. the most profound, intense, or central part: the deep of winter.
21. a vast extent, as of space or time
22. (Nautical Terms) nautical one of the intervals on a sounding lead, one fathom apart
adv
23. far on in time; late: they worked deep into the night.
24. profoundly or intensely
25. deep down informal in reality, esp as opposed to appearance: she is a very kind person deep down.
26. deep in the past long ago
[Old English dēop; related to Old High German tiof deep, Old Norse djupr]
ˈdeeply adv
ˈdeepness n

deep

(dip)

adj.andadv. -er, -est,
n. adj.
1. extending far down from the top or surface: a deep well; a deep cut.
2. extending far in or back from the front: a deep shelf.
3. extending far in width; broad: a deep border.
4. ranging far from the earth and sun: a deep space probe.
5. having a specified dimension in depth: a tank 10 feet deep.
6. immersed or submerged (usu. fol. by in): a road deep in snow.
7. covered or immersed to a specified depth (often used in combination): standing knee-deep in mud.
8. situated far back or within: deep in the woods.
9. far back in geological history: deep time.
10. coming from far down: a deep breath.
11. made with the body bent or lowered to a considerable degree: a deep curtsy.
12. difficult to understand; abstruse: a deep allegory.
13. not superficial; profound: deep thoughts.
14. heartfelt; sincere: deep affections.
15. great in measure; intense: deep sorrow.
16. sound and heavy: deep sleep.
17. (of colors) dark and vivid: a deep red.
18. low in pitch, as sound, a voice, or the like.
19. mysterious; obscure: deep, dark secrets.
20. involved or enveloped: to be deep in debt.
21. absorbed; engrossed: deep in thought.
22. Baseball. relatively far from home plate: deep center field.
23. of or pertaining to the deep structure of a sentence.
24. larger than usual: deep discounts.
adv.
25. to or at a considerable or specified depth.
26. to a depth or breadth of several such persons or things (used in combination): lined up three-deep around the block.
27. far on in time: to look deep into the future.
28. Baseball. farther than usual from home plate: The outfielders played deep.
n.
29. the deep part of a body of water, esp. an area of the ocean floor having a depth greater than 18,000 ft. (5400 m).
30. a vast extent, as of space or time.
31. the part of greatest intensity, as of winter.
32. any of the unmarked levels, one fathom apart, on a deep-sea lead line. Compare mark 1 (def. 18) .
33. the deep, Literary. the sea or ocean: The deep was his final resting place.
Idioms:
1. go off the deep end,
a. to act without thought of the consequences.
b. to become emotionally overwrought.
c. to act without restraint, as by good sense or taste: The committee went off the deep end with the Christmas decorations.
2. in deep, inextricably involved.
3. in deep water, in serious trouble.
[before 900; Middle English dep, Old English dēop, c. Old High German tiof, Old Norse djupr, Gothic diups]
deep′ly, adv.
deep′ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.deep - the central and most intense or profound part; "in the deep of night"; "in the deep of winter"
middle - time between the beginning and the end of a temporal period; "the middle of the war"; "rain during the middle of April"
2.deep - a long steep-sided depression in the ocean floordeep - a long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor
natural depression, depression - a sunken or depressed geological formation
3.deep - literary term for an ocean; "denizens of the deep"
ocean - a large body of water constituting a principal part of the hydrosphere
Adj.1.deep - relatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply; "a deep breath"; "a deep sigh"; "deep concentration"; "deep emotion"; "a deep trance"; "in a deep sleep"
shallow - not deep or strong; not affecting one deeply; "shallow breathing"; "a night of shallow fretful sleep"; "in a shallow trance"
2.deep - marked by depth of thinking; "deep thoughts"; "a deep allegory"
profound - showing intellectual penetration or emotional depth; "the differences are profound"; "a profound insight"; "a profound book"; "a profound mind"; "profound contempt"; "profound regret"
3.deep - having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center; sometimes used in combination; "a deep well"; "a deep dive"; "deep water"; "a deep casserole"; "a deep gash"; "deep massage"; "deep pressure receptors in muscles"; "deep shelves"; "a deep closet"; "surrounded by a deep yard"; "hit the ball to deep center field"; "in deep space"; "waist-deep"
unfathomable - of depth; not capable of being sounded or measured
shallow - lacking physical depth; having little spatial extension downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or outward from a center; "shallow water"; "a shallow dish"; "a shallow cut"; "a shallow closet"; "established a shallow beachhead"; "hit the ball to shallow left field"
4.deep - very distant in time or space; "deep in the past"; "deep in enemy territory"; "deep in the woods"; "a deep space probe"
distant - separated in space or coming from or going to a distance; "distant villages"; "the sound of distant traffic"; "a distant sound"; "a distant telephone call"
5.deep - extreme; "in deep trouble"; "deep happiness"
intense - possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree; "intense heat"; "intense anxiety"; "intense desire"; "intense emotion"; "the skunk's intense acrid odor"; "intense pain"; "enemy fire was intense"
6.deep - having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range; "a deep voice"; "a bass voice is lower than a baritone voice"; "a bass clarinet"
low-pitched, low - used of sounds and voices; low in pitch or frequency
7.deep - strong; intense; "deep purple"; "a rich red"
colorful, colourful - having striking color; "colorful autumn leaves"
8.deep - relatively thick from top to bottom; "deep carpets"; "deep snow"
thick - not thin; of a specific thickness or of relatively great extent from one surface to the opposite usually in the smallest of the three solid dimensions; "an inch thick"; "a thick board"; "a thick sandwich"; "spread a thick layer of butter"; "thick coating of dust"; "thick warm blankets"
9.deep - extending relatively far inward; "a deep border"
broad, wide - having great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other; "wide roads"; "a wide necktie"; "wide margins"; "three feet wide"; "a river two miles broad"; "broad shoulders"; "a broad river"
10.deep - (of darkness) very intense; "thick night"; "thick darkness"; "a face in deep shadow"; "deep night"
intense - possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree; "intense heat"; "intense anxiety"; "intense desire"; "intense emotion"; "the skunk's intense acrid odor"; "intense pain"; "enemy fire was intense"
11.deep - large in quantity or size; "deep cuts in the budget"
big, large - above average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent; "a large city"; "set out for the big city"; "a large sum"; "a big (or large) barn"; "a large family"; "big businesses"; "a big expenditure"; "a large number of newspapers"; "a big group of scientists"; "large areas of the world"
12.deep - with head or back bent low; "a deep bow"
low - literal meanings; being at or having a relatively small elevation or upward extension; "low ceilings"; "low clouds"; "low hills"; "the sun is low"; "low furniture"; "a low bow"
13.deep - of an obscure nature; "the new insurance policy is written without cryptic or mysterious terms"; "a deep dark secret"; "the inscrutable workings of Providence"; "in its mysterious past it encompasses all the dim origins of life"- Rachel Carson; "rituals totally mystifying to visitors from other lands"
incomprehensible, inexplicable - incapable of being explained or accounted for; "inexplicable errors"; "left the house at three in the morning for inexplicable reasons"
14.deep - difficult to penetratedeep - difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge; "the professor's lectures were so abstruse that students tended to avoid them"; "a deep metaphysical theory"; "some recondite problem in historiography"
esoteric - confined to and understandable by only an enlightened inner circle; "a compilation of esoteric philosophical theories"
15.deep - exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy; "deep political machinations"; "a deep plot"
artful - marked by skill in achieving a desired end especially with cunning or craft; "the artful dodger"; "an artful choice of metaphors"
Adv.1.deep - to a great depth;far down; "dived deeply"; "dug deep"
2.deep - to an advanced time; "deep into the night"; "talked late into the evening"
3.deep - to a great distance; "penetrated deep into enemy territory"; "went deep into the woods"

deep

adjective
1. big, wide, broad, profound, yawning, cavernous, bottomless, unfathomable, fathomless, abyssal, DEp (S.M.S.) The workers had dug a deep hole in the centre of the garden.
big shallow
2. intense, great, serious (informal), acute, extreme, grave, profound, heartfelt, unqualified, abject, DEp (S.M.S.), deeply felt, heartrending a period of deep personal crisis
intense shallow, superficial
3. sound, peaceful, profound, unbroken, undisturbed, untroubled, DEp (S.M.S.) He fell into a deep sleep.
4. absorbed, lost, gripped, intent, preoccupied, carried away, immersed, engrossed, rapt, DEp (S.M.S.) Before long we were deep in conversation.
6. dark, strong, rich, warm, intense, vivid, DEp (S.M.S.) rich, deep colours
dark light, pale, pastel
7. low, booming, bass, full, mellow, resonant, DEp (S.M.S.), sonorous, mellifluous, dulcet, low-pitched, full-toned His voice was deep and mellow.
low high, sharp
10. far, a long way, a good way, miles, deeply, far down, a great distance, DEp (S.M.S.) They travelled deep into the forest.
adverb
1. far into, late, for a long time, DEp (S.M.S.) We talked deep into the night.
2. inwardly, privately, secretly, within, inside, at heart, to yourself, deep down, DEp (S.M.S.), in your inmost heart Deep in my heart I knew we had no hope.
noun
1. middle, heart, midst, dead, thick, culmination, DEp (S.M.S.) in the deep of night
the deep (Poetic) the ocean, the sea, the waves, the main, the drink (informal), the high seas, the briny (informal) whales and other creatures of the deep
Proverbs
"Still waters run deep"

deep

adjective
1. Extending far downward or inward from a surface:
2. Beyond the understanding of an average mind:
Slang: heavy.
3. Having one's thoughts fully occupied:
4. Resulting from or affecting one's innermost feelings:
5. Being a sound produced by a relatively small frequency of vibrations:
noun
Something of immeasurable and vast extent:
abysm, abyss, chasm, depth (often used in plural), gulf.
Translations
ذو عُمْقٍ، عُمْقُهُشَديد، غامِق، داكِنعميقعَميقعَمِيق
hlubokýsytýutopený vhlubokohluboko v
dybdybtmørkbred
syväsyvällinensyvyysmatalapaksu
dubok
elmerülvemély
á kafidjúpurdjúpur, á dÿptlangt niîur eîa inn, djúptsterkur, djúpur
深い
깊은
gilėtigiliaigiliavandenisgilintigiliųjų vandenų
dziļidziļšiegrimisnogrimispiesātināts
sýtyzadĺžený
globoktemen
djuplågmörk
ลึก
derinderinederinliğindederinliğineiyice derinine
sâusâu sắctrầmđậmsẫm

deep

[diːp]
A. ADJ (deeper (compar) (deepest (superl)))
1. (= extending far down) [hole] → profundo, hondo; [cut, wound, water] → profundo; [pan, bowl, container] → hondo
the water is two metres deepel agua tiene una profundidad de dos metros
they tramped through deep snowavanzaban con dificultad por una espesa capa de nieve
the deep end (of swimming pool) → lo hondo, la parte honda
to be deep in snow/waterestar hundido en la nieve/el agua
he was waist-deep/thigh-deep in waterel agua le llegaba a la cintura/al muslo
the van was axle-deep in mudla furgoneta estaba metida en barro hasta el eje
the snow lay deephabía una espesa capa de nieve
a deep or deep-pile carpetuna alfombra de pelo largo
to go off (at) the deep endenfadarse, ponerse de morros
I was thrown in (at) the deep endme echaron or arrojaron a los leones
to be in deep waterestar hasta el cuello (de problemas)
2. (= extending far back) [shelf, cupboard] → hondo; [border, hem] → ancho
a cupboard a metre deepun armario de un metro de fondo
a plot 30 metres deepun terreno de 30 metros de fondo
the spectators were standing six deeplos espectadores estaban de pie de seis en fondo
3. (= immersed) to be deep in debtestar cargado de deudas
to be deep in thought/in a bookestar sumido or absorto en sus pensamientos/en la lectura
4. (= low-pitched) [voice] → grave, profundo; [note, sound] → grave
5. (= intense) [emotion, relaxation, concern] → profundo; [recession] → grave; [sigh] → profundo, hondo
to take a deep breathrespirar profundamente or hondo or a pleno pulmón
the play made a deep impression on mela obra me impresionó profundamente
to be in deep mourningestar de luto riguroso
she fell into a deep sleepse quedó profundamente dormida
they expressed their deep sorrow at her lossle expresaron su profundo pesar por la pérdida que había sufrido
to be in deep troubleestar en grandes apuros
6. [colour] → intenso, subido; [tan] → intenso
7. (= profound) it's too deep for meno lo entiendo, no alcanzo a entenderlo
they're adventure stories, they're not intended to be deepson historias de aventuras, sin intención de ir más allá
8. (= unfathomable) [secret, mystery] → bien guardado
he's a deep onees un misterio
B. ADV
1. (= far down) don't go in too deep if you can't swimno te metas muy hondo si no sabes nadar
he thrust his hand deep into his pocketmetió la mano hasta el fondo del bolsillo
the company is sliding even deeper into the redla empresa está cada vez más cargada de deudas
deep down he's a bit of a softieen el fondo es un poco blandengue
to go deep his anger clearly went deepla ira le había calado muy hondo
I was in far too deep to pull out nowahora estaba demasiado metido para echarme atrás
to run deep the roots of racial prejudice run deeplos prejuicios raciales están profundamente arraigados
see also dig C2
see also still A1
2. (= a long way inside) deep in the foresten lo hondo or profundo del bosque
he gazed deep into her eyesla miró profundamente a los ojos
deep in one's hearten lo más profundo del corazón
deep in the heart of the countrysideen medio del campo
they worked deep into the nighttrabajaron hasta muy entrada la noche
C. N (liter)
1. (= sea) the deepel piélago m
creatures of the deepcriaturas fpl de las profundidades
2. (= depths) in the deep of winteren pleno invierno
D. CPD deep breathing Ngimnasia f respiratoria, ejercicios mpl respiratorios
deep freeze N (domestic) → congelador m
see also deep-freeze deep fryer Nfreidora f
the Deep South N (US) → los estados del sureste de EE.UU.
deep space Nespacio m interplanetario
deep structure N (Ling) → estructura f profunda
deep vein thrombosis Ntrombosis f venosa profunda

deep

[ˈdiːp]
adj
(= not shallow) [water, lake, puddle] → profond(e); [hole, cut] → profond(e)
Is it deep? → Est-ce que c'est profond?
how deep is ... ? → quelle est la profondeur de ... ?
How deep is the lake? → Quelle est la profondeur du lac ?
[shelf] → large
(= thick) [layer] → épais/se
a deep layer of snow → une épaisse couche de neige
The snow was really deep → Il y avait une épaisse couche de neige.
to be deep in snow → être recouvert(e) de neige
[breath] → profond(e)
to take a deep breath → respirer profondément, respirer à fond
Take a deep breath, please → Respirez profondément, s'il vous plaît.
(= heavy) [sleep] → profond(e)
(= profound) [thought] → profond(e); [person] → profond(e); [love, admiration, concern, sorrow] → profond(e), vif/ive; [sympathy] → profond(e)
in deepest sympathy → avec la plus grande compassion
(= occupied) to be deep in thought [person] → être plongé(e) dans ses pensées, être absorbé(e) dans ses pensées
to be deep in conversation → être en pleine conversation
(= serious) to be in deep trouble → avoir de gros ennuis
(= low-pitched) [voice] → grave; [roar] → sourd(e); [sigh] → profond(e)
He's got a deep voice → Il a la voix grave.
(= dark) [colour] → profond(e)
adv
(= far down) [dig, cut] → profondément
deep in the earth → profondément enfoui(e)
(= far in) → profondément
three deep
a crowd three deep → trois rangées de personnes
to stand three deep → être sur trois rangées
to be piled ten deep [objects] → être empilé(e) sur dix niveaux
(= in depth) 4 metres deep → de 4 mètres de profondeur
it is 1 metre deep → cela fait un mètre de profondeur
a hole 4 metres deep → un trou de quatre mètres de profondeur
(emotionally) to go deep (= be intense) → être profond(e)
to run deep (= be intense) → être profond(e)
deep in one's heart → au fond de soi
deep down → en son for intérieur

deep

adj (+er)
water, hole, woundtief; the pond/snow was 4 feet deepder Teich war/der Schnee lag 4 Fuß tief; a two-foot deep trenchein zwei Fuß tiefer Graben; two feet deep in snowmit zwei Fuß Schnee bedeckt; two feet deep in waterzwei Fuß tief unter Wasser; the deep end (of swimming pool)das Tiefe; to go off (at) the deep end (fig inf)auf die Palme gehen (inf); to go or jump in at the deep end (fig)sich kopfüber in die Sache stürzen; to be thrown in at the deep end (fig)gleich zu Anfang richtig ranmüssen (inf)
shelf, cupboardtief; (= wide) border, edgebreit; a plot of ground 15 metres deepein 15 Meter tiefes Stück Land; the spectators stood ten deepdie Zuschauer standen zu zehnt hintereinander
voice, sound, note, colourtief
breathing, sightief
(fig) mystery, sleep, secret, mourningtief; (= profound) thinker, book, remark, writertiefsinnig; (= heartfelt) concern, relief, interestgroß; sorrowtief (empfunden); (= devious) personverschlagen, hintergründig; dealingsundurchsichtig; deepest sympathyaufrichtiges Beileid; deep down, she knew he was rightim Innersten wusste sie, dass er recht hatte; deep in conversationins Gespräch vertieft; deep in thought/a bookin Gedanken/in ein Buch vertieft or versunken; deep in debthoch verschuldet; deep in recessionmitten in einer Rezession; we had a deep and meaningful relationshipwir hatten eine tiefer gehende und sinnvolle Beziehung; to be in deep troublein großen Schwierigkeiten sein
adv (+er)tief; deep into the nightbis tief in die Nacht hinein; deep in enemy territorytief auf feindlichem Gebiet; to breathe deeptief atmen; he’s in it pretty deep (inf)er steckt or hängt ganz schön tief da drin (inf); passions are running deepdie Gefühle schlagen hohe Wellen
n
(liter) the deepdas Meer, die See
in the deep of wintermitten im tiefsten Winter

deep

:
deep-dyed
deep-fat fryer
nFritteuse f
deep-freeze
vteinfrieren
deepfreeze
nTiefkühltruhe f; (upright) → Gefrierschrank m
deep-freezing
nEinfrieren nt, → Tiefgefrieren nt
deep-frozen
adjtiefgefroren; deep foodsTiefkühlkost f
deep-fry
deep grammar
nTiefengrammatik f
deep kiss
nZungenkuss m
deep-laid
adj comp <deeper-laid> plot(sorgfältig) ausgetüftelt (inf)or ausgearbeitet

deep

:
deep-pan pizza
nPfannenpizza f
deep-ray therapy
nTiefenbestrahlung f
deep-rooted
adj comp <deeper-rooted> (fig)tief verwurzelt
deep-sea
adjTiefsee-; deep drillingTiefseebohrung f
deep-sea diver
nTiefseetaucher(in) m(f)
deep-sea fishery, deep-sea fishing
deep-seated
adj comp <deeper-seated> → tief sitzend
deep-set
adj comp <deeper-set> → tief liegend
Deep South
deep space
nder äußere Weltraum
deep structure
n (Ling) → Tiefenstruktur f
deep-throated
adjkehlig

deep

[diːp]
1. adj (-er (comp) (-est (superl)))
a. (water, hole, wound) → profondo/a; (snow) → alto/a
the lake was 16 metres deep → il lago era profondo 16 metri
knee-deep in water → in acqua fino alle ginocchia
we were ankle-deep in mud → il fango ci arrivava alle caviglie
to be in deep water (fig) → navigare in cattive acque
the deep end (of swimming pool) → la parte più profonda
to be thrown in (at) the deep end (fig) (fam) → avere il battesimo del fuoco
to go off (at) the deep end (fig) (fam) (angry) → partire per la tangente
b. (shelf, cupboard) → profondo/a; (border, hem) → lungo/a
these kitchen units are 30 cm deep → questi mobili da cucina hanno una profondità di 30 cm
c. (voice, sigh) → profondo/a
deep breathing exercises → esercizi mpl respiratori
he took a deep breath → fece un respiro profondo
d. (feeling, sleep, writer, insight) → profondo/a; (colour) → intenso/a, cupo/a; (relief) → immenso/a; (interest, concern) → vivo/a
to be deep in thought/in a book → essere immerso/a nei propri pensieri/nella lettura
2. adv deep in her heartin fondo al cuore
the spectators were standing 6 deep → c'erano 6 file di spettatori in piedi
don't go in too deep if you can't swim → non andare nell'acqua alta se non sai nuotare
to dig deep → scavare in profondità
deep in the forest → nel cuore della foresta
deep into the night → fino a tarda notte
buried deep in snow → coperto/a da uno spesso strato di neve
3. n the deep (liter) → il mare

deep

(diːp) adjective
1. going or being far down or far into. a deep lake; a deep wound.
2. going or being far down by a named amount. a hole six feet deep.
3. occupied or involved to a great extent. He is deep in debt.
4. intense; strong. The sea is a deep blue colour; They are in a deep sleep.
5. low in pitch. His voice is very deep.
adverb
far down or into. deep into the wood.
ˈdeepen verb
1. to make or become deeper. He deepened the hole.
2. to increase. His troubles were deepening.
ˈdeeply adverb
very greatly. We are deeply grateful to you.
ˈdeepness noun
the quality of being deep.
ˌdeep-ˈfreeze noun
a type of refrigerator which freezes food quickly and can keep it for a long time.
verb
to freeze and keep (food) in this.
ˈdeep-sea adjective
of, for, or in the deeper parts of the sea. deep-sea diving; deep-sea fishing.
in deep water
in difficulties or trouble. He found himself in deep water when he took over the management of the firm.

deep

عَمِيق hluboký dyb tief βαθύς profundo syvä profond dubok profondo 深い 깊은 diep dyp głęboki profundo глубокий djup ลึก derin sâu 深的

deep

a. profundo-a, hondo-a;
___ artery of armarteria ___ del brazo;
___ artery of clitorisarteria ___ del clítoris;
___ artery of penisarteria ___ del pene;
___ breathingrespiración ___;
___ cerebral veinsvenas cerebrales ___;
___ cervical veinsvenas cervicales ___ -as;
___ contractionscontracciones ___ -s, de fondo;
___ -chestedancho-a de pecho;
___ dredgingdragado;
___ facial veinvena facial ___;
___ inguinal ringanillo inguinal ___;
___ -rootedarraigado-a;
___ sensibilitysensibilidad ___;
___ sleepsueño ___, sopor;
___ tendon reflexreflejos tendónicos ___ -s;
___ venous thromobsistrombosis venosa ___;
___ x-ray therapyterapia ___.

deep

adj profundo, hondo
References in classic literature ?
I think being disgraced in school is a great deal tryinger than anything bad boys can do," said Amy, shaking her head, as if her experience of life had been a deep one.
Some one of the grotesques had made a deep impression on his mind and he wanted to describe it.
Thank the Lord, we have left the deep waters (honduras)' that being the Spanish word for unfathomable depths.
While the train flashed through never-ending miles of ripe wheat, by country towns and bright-flowered pastures and oak groves wilting in the sun, we sat in the observation car, where the woodwork was hot to the touch and red dust lay deep over everything.
Hester Prynne was now fully sensible of the deep injury for which she was responsible to this unhappy man, in permitting him to lie for so many years, or, indeed, for a single moment, at the mercy of one whose purposes could not be other than malevolent.
She looked, even as I did, and gave me, with her deep groan of negation, repulsion, compassion-- the mixture with her pity of her relief at her exemption--a sense, touching to me even then, that she would have backed me up if she could.
Yet what depths of the soul does Jonah's deep sealine sound
Bear in mind, too, that under these untoward circumstances he has to cut many feet deep in the flesh; and in that subterraneous manner, without so much as getting one single peep into the ever-contracting gash thus made, he must skilfully steer clear of all adjacent, interdicted parts, and exactly divide the spine at a critical point hard by its insertion into the skull.
I choked out some words through my grief and misery; as much as to say I would spare the sun; for which the lad's eyes paid me back with such deep and loving gratitude that I had not the heart to tell him his good-hearted foolishness had ruined me and sent me to my death.
At first the talk was a little gloomy, and ran mainly upon the shortness of life, the uncertainty of it, the perils which beset it, and the need and wisdom of being always prepared for the worst; this shaded off into low-voiced references to the dangers of the deep, and kindred matters; but as the gray east began to redden and the mysterious solemnity and silence of the dawn to give place to the joy-songs of the birds, the talk took a cheerier tone, and our spirits began to rise steadily.
The deep dread Godfrey's look had created in Nancy made her feel these words a relief.
Powers and Dominions, Deities of Heav'n, For since no deep within her gulf can hold Immortal vigor, though opprest and fall'n, I give not Heav'n for lost.