go deep

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Verb1.go deep - extend in importance or range; "His accomplishments go far"
extend, run, lead, pass, go - stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point; "Service runs all the way to Cranbury"; "His knowledge doesn't go very far"; "My memory extends back to my fourth year of life"; "The facts extend beyond a consideration of her personal assets"
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Everything in this baby was charming, but for some reason all this did not go deep to her heart.
So Roger Chillingworth -- the man of skill, the kind and friendly physician -- strove to go deep into his patient's bosom, delving among his principles, prying into his recollections, and probing everything with a cautious touch, like a treasure-seeker in a dark cavern.
Aylmer appeared to believe that, by the plainest scientific logic, it was altogether within the limits of possibility to discover this long-sought medium; "but," he added, "a philosopher who should go deep enough to acquire the power would attain too lofty a wisdom to stoop to the exercise of it." Not less singular were his opinions in regard to the elixir vitae.
The motorbanca 'Go Deep Diving and Tours' came from Sumilon Island in Cebu and was on its way back to Panglao Island.
'On or about 7:40 p.m., Coast Guard Balicasag personnel were able to locate the distressed motorbanca owned by Go Deep Diving and Tours at seven nautical miles from Balicasag Island,' Encina reported.
I have the ability to go deep at this level if I stay focused on and off the earlier this summer in two sets.
After a difficult first season, Damien McErlain looks to be turning a corner with Derry and if they maintain the form they showed against Tyrone, they can go deep into the qualifiers.
The ACE regional director said the aim is to communicate the message to people in the heart of the city as rickshaws go deep into the city.
Kids can go deep into the Magical Forest to play in a Fairy House, make a wish at the Wishing Well, build their own soft-play log shelter, have fun with musical percussion instruments, go across the Rainbow Bridge and down the slide.
He said the parliament, if so desires, can form a Truth and Reconciliation Commission to go deep into the issue.
The Easter Parade WHAT I give to you Money can't buy What I give to you It will last forever What I give to you It's like a mirror What I give to you It's like the summer Here comes the spring It's full of flowers Here comes the spring Hear the birds sing Here comes the spring It's about gin and wine Here comes spring It's about brothers and sisters What I give to you Money can't buy What I give to you It belongs to the stars What I give to you Will go deep inside What I give to you It will make you high.
I don't go deep initially," but when he hits upon the narrative structure, he makes sure that"from the first frame to the last edit, I link everything to it."