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  • EN [ diːp]
  • US [ diːp]

English definition


  • 1. the central and most intense or profound part;

    • "in the deep of night"
    • "in the deep of winter"
  • 2. a long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor

  • 3. literary term for an ocean;

    • "denizens of the deep"


  • 1. relatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply;

    • "a deep breath"
    • "a deep sigh"
    • "deep concentration"
    • "deep emotion"
    • "a deep trance"
    • "in a deep sleep"
  • 2. marked by depth of thinking;

    • "deep thoughts"
    • "a deep allegory"
  • 3. having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center; sometimes used in combination;

    • "a deep well"
    • "a deep dive"
    • "deep water"
    • "a deep casserole"
    • "a deep gash"
    • "deep massage"
    • "deep pressure receptors in muscles"
    • "deep shelves"
    • "a deep closet"
    • "surrounded by a deep yard"
    • "hit the ball to deep center field"
    • "in deep space"
    • "waist-deep"
  • 4. very distant in time or space;

    • "deep in the past"
    • "deep in enemy territory"
    • "deep in the woods"
    • "a deep space probe"
  • 5. extreme;

    • "in deep trouble"
    • "deep happiness"
  • 6. having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range;

    • "a deep voice"
    • "a bass voice is lower than a baritone voice"
    • "a bass clarinet"
  • 7. strong; intense;

    • "deep purple"
    • "a rich red"
  • 8. relatively thick from top to bottom;

    • "deep carpets"
    • "deep snow"
  • 9. extending relatively far inward;

    • "a deep border"
  • 10. (of darkness) very intense;

    • "thick night"
    • "thick darkness"
    • "a face in deep shadow"
    • "deep night"
  • 11. large in quantity or size;

    • "deep cuts in the budget"
  • 12. with head or back bent low;

    • "a deep bow"
  • 13. of an obscure nature;

    • "the new insurance policy is written without cryptic or mysterious terms"
    • "a deep dark secret"
    • "the inscrutible workings of Providence"
    • "in its mysterious past it encompasses all the dim origins of life"- Rachel Carson
    • "rituals totally mystifying to visitors from other lands"
  • 14. difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge;

    • "the professor's lectures were so abstruse that students tended to avoid them"
    • "a deep metaphysical theory"
    • "some recondite problem in historiography"
  • 15. exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy;

    • "deep political machinations"
    • "a deep plot"


  • 1. to a great depth;

    • "dived deeply"
    • "dug deep"
  • 2. to an advanced time;

    • "deep into the night"
    • "talked late into the evening"
  • 3. to far into space;

    • "penetrated deep into enemy territory"
    • "went deep into the woods";

Example sentences

  • They embedded the pilings deep into the subsoil.

  • He fell into a deep torpor.

  • It can take as long as eight days to rig up rope ladders and to establish supply bases before a descent can be made into a very deep cave.

  • If a writer does not go deep among the masses, he cannot expect to turn out good works.

  • Minerals are often found deep in the ground.

  • This is a deep book.

  • He spent many hours in deep contemplation.

  • The Grand Canyon in the USA is 1900 metres deep and 25 kilometers wide at its maximum.

  • The roots of oaks strike deep.

  • Night was deep and dead silence reigned everywhere.

  • We talked deep into the night.

  • When I'm tired, I like to relax into a deep armchair.

  • The Grand Canyon in the USA is 1900 metres deep.

  • The earthquake began with a deep [ low ] rumbling sound.

  • Exploring really deep caves is not a task for the Sunday afternoon rambler.

  • Once you're stuck in deep snow, it's difficult to lever yourself out.

  • Heavy trucks made deep furrow in the road.

  • Deep sleep came to him.

  • He embedded the pilings deep into the subsoil.

  • A great ship asks deep water.

  • He went on studying deep into the night.

  • Don't you love his deep, rich voice?

  • They dug a deep hole in the hillside.

  • It was a place of deep mystery and enchantment.

  • She knew, at some deep level of her psyche, that what she was doing was wrong.

  • She felt a deep sense of revulsion at the violence.

Phrase collocation

  • the deep end

    the end of a swimming pool where the water is deepest

  • go off (或 go in off) the deep end

    (informal)give way immediately to an emotional outburst, especially of anger

  • in deep water (或 waters)

    (informal)in trouble or difficulty

    • he landed in deep water when he began the affair.

  • jump (或 be thrown) in at the deep end

    (informal)face a difficult problem or undertaking with little experience of it

  • deep down

    At bottom; basically

    • Deep down, she was still a rebel.

  • in deep water

    In difficulty.


  • jump off the deep end

    • He jumped off the deep end and got married again.

Synonym discrimination

  • deep, profound


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