English → English - deep

Pronunciation
n. depths of the ocean, very deep part of a body of water; abyss; middle, center
adj. having a great depth, extending far below the surface; reaching far into space; profound, difficult to fathom; low-pitched; dark (as of a color)
adv. into the depths, far below the surface

English → Spanish - deep

Pronunciation
s. mar; profundidad
adj. profundo, ahuecado, grave, hondo; abstruso, intenso, muy sentido
adv. en profundidad; hondamente, profundamente

English → French - deep

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n. profondeur
adj. profond
adv. profondément

English → German - deep

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n. Tiefe
adv. tief

English → Indonesian - deep

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n. bagian dalam
a. dalam, mendalam
adv. jauh

English → Italian - deep

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s. profondo
agg. profondo; largo; ampio, esteso; alto; sommerso, immerso; sperduto, isolato; (fig) difficile, recondito, astruso; (fig) misterioso, oscuro; approfondito; pesante; intenso; (fig) sprofondato; cupo
avv. profondamente, in profondità; (fig) a fondo

English → Polish - deep

Pronunciation
n. ocean {poet.}, morze, głębia
a. głęboki, gruby, basowy, pogrążony, osadzony: głęboko osadzony, gruntowny, nałogowy, ciemny, niezrozumiały, chytry {pot.}, mętny, żywy, sromotny, wnikliwy, późny
adv. głęboko

English → Portuguese - deep

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s. profundidade
adj. profundo
adv. profundamente

English → Romanian - deep

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n. adâncime, adânc, afundiş, genune
a. adânc, profund, complicat, cufundat, pătrunzător {muz.}, intens, întunecat, închis, imens, mare, înalt, solid, temeinic, misterios, abil, şmecher
adv. adânc, adâncime: la mare adâncime

English → Russian - deep

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с. глубина, пропасть, океан, бездна, самое сокровенное
прил. глубокий, глубинный, погруженный; поглощенный, занятый; серьезный, не поверхностный; таинственный, труднопостигаемый; беспробудный; насыщенный, темный, густой; низкий (о звуке)
нареч. вглубь, глубоко

English → Turkish - deep

Pronunciation
i. derinlik; koyuluk; karanlık
s. derin; koyu; dalgın; tok (ses); anlaşılmaz; şiddetli, ağır; pes; genişliğinde; keskin; aşırı; içten, yürekten; esrarlı; karışık; bilinçaltı

English → Ukrainian - deep

Pronunciation
n. глибина, глибочінь, море, океан, безодня
a. глибокий, заглиблений, глибинний, сильний, міцний, серйозний
adv. глибоко, глибина: у глибині, дуже, досить, сильно, багато

English → Dutch - deep

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bw. diep

English → Greek - deep

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επίθ. βαθύς

English → Arabic - deep

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‏عمق المحيط، ليل دامس‏
‏غامض، معقد، عويص، ماكر، غارق، قاتم، داكن، مستغرق، عميق‏
‏عميقا، على نحو عميق، في ساعة متأخرة‏

English → Chinese - deep

Pronunciation
(名) 深渊; 深处
(形) 深的; 远离中心的; 纵深的
(副) 深入地

English → Chinese - deep

Pronunciation
(名) 深淵; 深處
(形) 深的; 遠離中心的; 縱深的
(副) 深入地

English → Hindi - deep

Pronunciation
n. गहरा जगह, समुंदर, सागर, महासागर, निविड़, समुद्र, अथाह गढ़ा, गढ़ा, गहवर
a. गहरा, गंभीर, ध्यानमग्न, प्रगाढ़, संजीदा, अगाध गुप्त, गहन, रहस्यपूर्ण, भारी, रहस्यमय
adv. नीचे बहुत दूर तक, गहरी तौर पर, गंभीर तौर पर

English → Japanese - deep

Pronunciation
(名) 深み; 海淵; 奥まった所; 果てしない広がり
(副) 深く; 過度に; ずっとおそく
(形) 深い; 深さ…の; 奥行のある; 自軍のフロントラインから遠い; 奥行…の; はるかな; 意識の底の; 暗い(色の)

English → Korean - deep

Pronunciation
명. 심연; 깊은 곳; 중앙
형. 깊은; 심원한; 심오한; 음조가 낮은; 어두운, 진한 (색의)
부. 깊게

English → Vietnamese - deep

Pronunciation
n. hang sâu, vực sâu, vực thẩm, giữa đêm khuya, quá nhiều, thâm trầm
a. sâu, thâm, sậm, đậm, trầm, sâu kín, khôn lanh, quỹ quyệt, xảo trá
adv. nữa đêm

Definition of deep

Pronunciation
Adjective
1. Extending far away from a point of reference, especially downwards.
1. Extending far down from the top or surface; having its bottom far down.
We hiked into a deep valley between tall mountains.
There was a deep layer of dust on the floor; the room had not been disturbed for many years.
2. Far in extent in another (non-downwards, but generally also non-upwards) direction away from a point of reference.
The shelves are 30 centimetres deep. — They are deep shelves.
3. In a (specified) number of rows or layers.
A crowd three deep along the funeral procession
4. Thick.
That cyclist's deep chest allows him to draw more air.
5. Voluminous.
To take a deep breath / sigh / drink
6. A long way inside; situated far in or back.
Deep into the forest;
Deep in the forest
2. Complex, involved.
7. Profound, having great meaning or import, but possibly obscure or not obvious.
That is a deep thought!
8. To a significant, not superficial, extent.
I just meant to help out a little, but now I'm deep into it.
They're deep in discussion.
9. Hard to penetrate or comprehend; profound; intricate; obscure.
A deep subject or plot
10. Of penetrating or far-reaching intellect; not superficial; thoroughly skilled; sagacious; cunning.
3. Low in pitch.
She has a very deep contralto voice.
4. Dark and highly saturated.
That's a very deep shade of blue.
5. Sound, heavy (describing a state of sleep from which one is not easily awoken).
He was in a deep sleep.
6. Immersed, submerged (in).
Deep in debt;
Deep in the mud;
Waist-deep in the muddy water
7. Muddy; boggy; sandy; said of roads.
Adverb
8. Deeply.
Noun
9. The deep part of a lake, sea, etc.
Creatures of the deep
10. The profound part of a problem.
11. The sea, the ocean.
12. A fielding position near the boundary.
Russell is a safe pair of hands in the deep.
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