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Old English dēop

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Deep (comparative Deeper, superlative Deepest)
  1. (of a hole, water, ravine, cut, Patrono:Context 5) Having its bottom far down.
  2. Profound, having great meaning or import, but possibly obscure or not obvious.
    That is a deep thought
  3. Seriously or to a significant extent, not superficial.
    I just meant to help out a little, but now I'm deep into it
    They're deep in discussion
    I feel it deep in my heart
  4. In extent in a direction away from the observer.
    The shelves are 30cm deep
  5. Thick in a vertical direction.
    That cyclist's deep chest allows him to draw more air
    There was a deep layer of soot over the window
  6. Voluminous
    to take a deep breath / sigh / drink
  7. (sound, voice) Low in pitch
    She has a very deep contralto
  8. (of a color) Dark and highly saturated.
    That's a very deep shade of blue
  9. (cricket, baseball): of a fielding position near the boundary, or closer to the boundary than one being compared to.
    He is fielding at deep mid wicket.
  10. a long way inside
    deep into the forest
  11. (sports, soccer, tennis) A long way forward
    a deep volley
  12. in a number of rows or layers
    A crowd three deep along the funeral procession
  13. (sleep) difficult to awake
    in a deep sleep
  14. right into one's mind
    He looked deep into her eyes
  15. with a lot of
    deep in debt
  16. (American football) Relatively farther downfield.
  17. (horse racing) three deep.
    Cigar Pal broke a bit slow, trailed by more than seven lengths after a half-mile, swung three deep into the stretch, rallied from eighth to make up more than four lengths and was nosed out six furlongs on the turf. (Greg Melikov on http://www.sportsbook.com)

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Deep (comparative more Deep, superlative most Deep)

Positive
Deep

Comparative
more Deep

Superlative
most Deep

  1. deeply
    • Patrono:RQ:Schuster Hepaticae V
      Hepaticology, outside the temperate parts of the Northern Hemisphere, still lies deep in the shadow cast by that ultimate "closet taxonomist," Franz Stephani—a ghost whose shadow falls over us all.

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Singular
Deep

Plural
uncountable

Deep (uncountable)
  1. (literary, with "the") (meaning 1 above) part of a lake, sea, etc.
    creatures of the deep
  2. (US) (rare) The deep (meaning 2 above) part of a problem.
  3. (with "the"): the sea, the ocean
  4. Patrono:Cricket A fielding position near the boundary.
    Russell is a safe pair of hands in the deep

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