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deep /diːp/ adjective (comparative deeper, superlative deepest)
deep noun

نقطه میانی سر پیچ (شمشیربازی) ، گود ، ژرف ، عمیق ، عمران: عمیق ، معماری: ژرفنا ، ورزش: نقطه میانی سر پیچ
- wide, bottomless, broad, far, profound, unfathomable, yawning
- mysterious, abstract, abstruse, arcane, esoteric, hidden, obscure, recondite, secret
- intense, extreme, grave, great, profound, serious (informal), unqualified
- absorbed, engrossed, immersed, lost, preoccupied, rapt
- dark, intense, rich, strong, vivid
- low, bass, booming, low-pitched, resonant, sonorous
- the deep: ocean, briny (informal), high seas, main, sea
Antonyms: shallow
Contrasted words: depthless, shallow, superficial, unprofound, flat, level, plain, plane, easy, facile, simple, apparent, clear, distinct, evident, manifest, obvious, lucid, perspicuous, ingenuous, naive, unsophisticated, aboveboard, forthright, straightforward, distracted, diverted, detached, disinterested, indifferent, unconcerned, uninterested
Related Words: complex, complicated, intricate, arcane, mysterious, concealed, hidden, shrewd, acute, keen, knowing, sharp, contriving, intriguing, plotting, abstracted, concentrated, centered, fixed, focused, set
English Thesaurus: colour, shade, hue, tint, tone, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. deep1 S2 W1 /diːp/ adjective (comparative deeper, superlative deepest)
[Word Family: noun: deep, depth; adjective: deep, deepening; verb: deepen; adverb: deeply]
[Language: Old English; Origin: deop]

a) going far down from the top or from the surface Antonym : shallow:
The castle is on an island surrounded by a deep lake.
The swimming pool has a deep end and a shallow end for kids.
We’ll take the boat out into deep water where we can dive.
a deep narrow valley
b) you use deep to say what distance something goes down from the top or surface
2 metres/6 feet etc deep
Dig a hole around 12 inches deep.
ankle-deep/waist-deep etc
In places, the snow was waist-deep (=deep enough to reach a person’s waist).knee-deep

2. GOING FAR IN going far in from the outside or from the front edge of something:
a deep wound
She was sitting in a deep leather chair.

3. SERIOUS serious or severe:
Despite the peace process, there are deep divisions in the community.
The country is in a deep recession.
Evan would be in deep trouble if he was caught.

4. BREATH a deep breath or sigh is one in which you breathe a lot of air in or out:
She stopped and took a deep breath.
Tom gave a deep sigh of relief.

5. FEELING/BELIEF a deep feeling, belief etc is very strong and sincere Synonym : profound:
May I express my deepest sympathy.
The letters show her deep affection for him.
He has a deep understanding of the environment.

6. SOUND a deep sound is very low:
Her laugh was deep and loud.
I love that deep bass line.

7. COLOUR a deep colour is dark and strong Antonym : light, pale:
She gazed at him with wide deep blue eyes.
The berries are a deep red colour.

8. DIFFICULT TO UNDERSTAND important but complicated or difficult to understand:
These problems are too deep for me.
There is a deep issue of principle involved.

9. SLEEP if someone is in a deep sleep, it is difficult to wake them:
He lay down and fell into a deep sleep.

10. deep in thought/conversation etc thinking so hard or paying attention to something so much that you do not notice anything else that is happening around you

11. deep in debt owing a lot of money

12. a deep impression a strong effect or influence that remains for a long time:
What he said made a deep impression on me.

13. PERSON a deep person is serious and intelligent, but is hard to know well:
Henry has always been a deep one. He keeps his views to himself.

14. be in deep shit spoken not polite to be in a bad situation because of something you have done

15. be in deep water to be in trouble or in a difficult or serious situation:
The company is in deep water over their refusal to reduce prices.

16. BALL GAMES a deep ball is hit, thrown, or kicked to a far part of the sports field

17. jump/be thrown in at the deep end to choose to do or be made to do a very difficult job without having prepared for it:
She decided to jump in at the deep end, buy a farm, and teach herself.

18. go off at the deep end informal to become angry suddenly and violently, usually when there is not a good reason

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. deep2 W3 adverb

1. [always + adverb/preposition] a long way into or below the surface of something:
Some bones were hidden deep beneath the ground.
The tunnel led deep under the mountains.
We were deep in a tropical rainforest (=far from the edge of the forest).
Tom stared deep into her eyes.
They talked deep into the night (=very late).

2. deep down
a) if you know or feel something deep down, you secretly know or feel it even though you do not admit it:
He knew, deep down, that he would have to apologise.
b) if someone is good, evil etc deep down, that is what they are really like even though they usually hide it:
Deep down, she is a caring person.

3. two/three etc deep if things or people are two deep, three deep etc, there are two, three etc rows or layers of things or people:
People were standing four deep at the bar.

4. run/go deep if a feeling such as hatred or anger runs deep in someone, they feel it very strongly, especially because of something that has happened in the past:
The prejudice runs deep and we need to understand the fears behind it.

5. be in (too) deep informal to be very involved in a situation, especially so that it causes you problems
still waters run deep at still2(5)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

III. deep3 noun
[Word Family: noun: deep, depth; adjective: deep, deepening; verb: deepen; adverb: deeply]
the deep literary the sea

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. a long way from top to bottom/front to back
VERBS be, look The water looks quite deep there.
ADV. really, very | fairly, pretty, quite
PHRASES ankle/knee/waist deep She stood knee deep in the water.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. low in tone
VERBS be, sound Her voice sounded very deep on the telephone.
ADV. very | fairly, quite

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

III. strongly felt
VERBS be, go, run This suspicion runs very deep among some government members.
ADV. very a very deep feeling of love
fairly, quite

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: between the devil and the deep blue sea , go off the deep end , in deep , knee-deep

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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