deep

Definitions


[diːp], (Adjective)

Definitions:
- extending far down from the top or surface
(e.g: a deep gorge)

- very intense or extreme
(e.g: she was in deep trouble)

- (of sound) low in pitch and full in tone; not shrill
(e.g: a deep, resonant voice)

- (of colour) dark and intense
(e.g: a deep pink)


Phrases:
- deep down
- dig deep
- go off the deep end
- in deep
- in deep water
- run deep
- the deep end

Origin:
Old English dēop (adjective), dīope, dēope (adverb), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch diep and German tief, also to dip


[diːp], (Noun)

Definitions:
- the sea
(e.g: denizens of the deep)

- the part of the field distant from the batsman.


Phrases:
- deep down
- dig deep
- go off the deep end
- in deep
- in deep water
- run deep
- the deep end

Origin:


[diːp], (Adverb)

Definitions:
- far down or in; deeply
(e.g: he travelled deep into the forest)


Phrases:
- deep down
- dig deep
- go off the deep end
- in deep
- in deep water
- run deep
- the deep end

Origin:




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