HyperDic: deep

English > 21 senses of the word deep:
ADJECTIVEalldeeprelatively deep or strong
alldeepmarked by depth of thinking
alldeephaving great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center
alldeepvery distant in time or space
alldeepextreme / extreme
alldeep, basshaving or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range
alldeep, richstrong
alldeeprelatively thick from top to bottom
alldeepextending relatively far inward
alldeep, thick(of darkness) very intense
alldeeplarge in quantity or size
alldeepwith head or back bent low
alldeep, cryptic, cryptical, inscrutable, mysterious, mystifyingof an obscure nature
alldeep, abstruse, reconditedifficult to penetrate
alldeepexhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy
ADVERBalldeep, deeplyto a great depth
alldeep, lateto an advanced time
alldeepto a great distance
NOUNtimedeepthe central and most intense or profound part
objectdeep, trench, oceanic abyssa long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor
objectdeepliterary term for an ocean
deep > pronunciation
Soundsdiy'p
Rhymesasleep ... weep: 22 rhymes with iyp...
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 1
Meaningrelatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply.
Examples
  • "a deep breath"
  • "a deep sigh"
  • "deep concentration"
  • "deep emotion"
  • "a deep trance"
  • "in a deep sleep"
Attribute ofdepth, deepnessThe extent downward or backward or inward
Narrowerheavy, profound, sound, wakeless(of sleep) deep and complete
profoundComing from deep within one
Oppositeshallownot deep or strong
Spanishprofundo
Adverbsdeeplyto a great depth psychologically
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 2
Meaningmarked by depth of thinking.
Examples
  • "deep thoughts"
  • "a deep allegory"
Broaderprofoundshowing intellectual penetration or emotional depth
Nounsdeepnessthe intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 3
MeaningHaving 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.
Examples
  • "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"
Attribute ofdepth, deepnessThe extent downward or backward or inward
Narrowerabysmal, abyssal, unfathomableresembling an abyss in depth
bottomlessExtremely deep
deep-waterOf or carried on in waters of great depth
profound, unfathomed, unplumbed, unsoundedsituated at or extending to great depth
walk-in(of e.g. closets or refrigerators) extending very far enough back to allow a person to enter
See alsounfathomableOf depth
Oppositeshallowlacking physical depth
Spanishprofundo
Catalanprofund
Nounsdeepnessthe quality of being physically deep
Adverbsdeeplyto a great depth
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 4
MeaningVery distant in time or space.
Examples
  • "deep in the past"
  • "deep in enemy territory"
  • "deep in the woods"
  • "a deep space probe"
Broaderdistantseparated in space or coming from or going to a distance
Adverbsdeepto a great distance
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 5
Meaningextreme / extreme.
Examples
  • "in deep trouble"
  • "deep happiness"
BroaderintensePossessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 6
MeaningHaving or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range.
Example"a deep voice"
Synonymbass
Broaderlow, low-pitchedUsed of sounds and voices
Spanishbajo
Nounsdeepnessa low pitch that is loud and voluminous
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 7
MeaningStrong; intense.
Example"deep purple"
Synonymrich
Broadercolorful, colourfulHaving striking color
Spanishintenso, rico, subido
Catalanintens, viu
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 8
Meaningrelatively thick from top to bottom.
Examples
  • "deep carpets"
  • "deep snow"
Broaderthicknot thin
Nounsdeepnessthe quality of being physically deep
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 9
MeaningExtending relatively far inward.
Example"a deep border"
Broaderwide, broadHaving great (or a certain) extent from one side to the other
Spanishprofundo
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 10
Meaning(of darkness) very intense.
Examples
  • "a face in deep shadow"
  • "deep night"
Synonymthick
BroaderintensePossessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree
Spanishdenso, espeso
Nounsdeepthe central and most intense or profound part
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 11
Meaninglarge in quantity or size.
Example"deep cuts in the budget"
Broaderlarge, bigAbove average in size or number or quantity or magnitude or extent
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 12
MeaningWith head or back bent low.
Example"a deep bow"
BroaderlowLiteral meanings
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 13
MeaningOf an obscure nature.
Example "a deep dark secret"
Synonymscryptic, cryptical, inscrutable, mysterious, mystifying
Broaderinexplicable, incomprehensibleincapable of being explained or accounted for
Spanishcríptico, desconocido, incomprensible, inescrutable, ininteligible, misterioso
Catalancríptic, desconegut, incomprensible, inescrutable, inintel·ligible, misteriós
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 14
MeaningDifficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge.
Example "a deep metaphysical theory"
Synonymsabstruse, recondite
BroaderesotericConfined to and understandable by only an enlightened inner circle
Spanishabstruso, obscuro, recóndito
English > deep: 21 senses > adjective 15
MeaningExhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy.
Examples
  • "deep political machinations"
  • "a deep plot"
Broaderartfulmarked by skill in achieving a desired end especially with cunning or craft
English > deep: 21 senses > noun 1, time
MeaningThe central and most intense or profound part.
Examples
  • "in the deep of night"
  • "in the deep of winter"
BroadermiddleTime between the beginning and the end of a temporal period
Adjectivesdeep(of darkness) very intense
English > deep: 21 senses > noun 2, object
MeaningA long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor.
Synonymstrench, oceanic abyss
InstancesAtacama TrenchA depression in the floor of the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Chile
Bougainville TrenchA depression in the floor of the Pacific Ocean between New Guinea and the Solomon ... / Solomon Islands
Japan TrenchA depression in the floor of the Pacific Ocean to the northeast of Japan that reaches depths of 30,000 feet
Nares DeepA depression in the floor of the Atlantic Ocean to the north of Haiti and Puerto Rico
Broadernatural depression, depressionA sunken or depressed geological formation
Spanishabismo oceánico, profundidad, zanja
Catalanrasa
English > deep: 21 senses > noun 3, object
Meaningliterary term for an ocean.
Example"denizens of the deep"
BroaderoceanA large body of water constituting a principal part of the hydrosphere
Spanishabismo, abismo oceánico, fosa, fosa oceánica
English > deep: 21 senses > adverb 1
MeaningTo a great depth;far down.
Examples
  • "dived deeply"
  • "dug deep"
Synonymdeeply
Spanishhondamente, profundamente
English > deep: 21 senses > adverb 2
MeaningTo an advanced time.
Example"deep into the night"
Synonymlate
Spanishtarde
English > deep: 21 senses > adverb 3
MeaningTo a great distance.
Examples
  • "penetrated deep into enemy territory"
  • "went deep into the woods"
Adjectivesdeepvery distant in time or space

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