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deep

deep

 
 
pronunciation:
dip
parts of speech:
adjective, noun, adverb
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part of speech: adjective
inflections: deeper, deepest
definition 1: having great space below or behind a certain point; reaching far down or back; not shallow.
The lake is very deep in the middle.His cut was deep and needed stitches.
antonyms:
shallow
similar words:
broad, extensive, profound, thick, vast, wide, yawning
definition 2: hard to understand; profound.
I liked the book, but much of it was too deep for me.
synonyms:
profound
antonyms:
light
similar words:
incomprehensible, obscure
definition 3: intensely felt.
I felt deep sorrow when my friend moved away.
synonyms:
intense
similar words:
heavy, profound
definition 4: low in pitch.
He has a deep voice.
similar words:
bass, resonant, rich
 
part of speech: noun
definition 1: a very deep place in the ocean or other body of water.
Strange fish live in the deep.
antonyms:
shallow
similar words:
abyss, bottom
definition 2: the most intense period.
I woke up in the deep of night.It was the deep of winter, and the forest was covered in snow.
synonyms:
dead
similar words:
middle, midst
 
part of speech: adverb
inflections: deeper, deepest
definition: to or at a great depth.
The submarine sank deep into the ocean.
synonyms:
profoundly
similar words:
down, low
derivations: deeply (adv.), deepness (n.)
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