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deduct to subtract (an amount or a part) from another amount or sum. [3 definitions]
deductible able to be deducted. [5 definitions]
deduction something that is subtracted or deducted. [4 definitions]
deed an act, exploit, or accomplishment. [4 definitions]
deedless combined form of deed.
deejay one who plays recorded music and provides commentary over the radio or at an event or venue; disc jockey; DJ.
deem to consider, suppose, or judge. [2 definitions]
de-emphasize to place less emphasis on; reduce the importance of.
deep having great space below or behind a certain point; reaching far down or back; not shallow. [13 definitions]
deep-dish pie a pie, usu. of fruit, baked in a deep dish, often with a crust only on the top.
deepen to make deeper. [2 definitions]
deep-freeze to freeze (food) for storage. [2 definitions]
deep-fry to fry in a deep pan with enough fat or oil to cover what is being cooked.
deeply in a strong and serious way; intensely.
deep-rooted firmly implanted or established.
deep-sea associated with or occurring in the deeper parts of the sea; deepwater.
deep-seated firmly established; ingrained.
deep-set set far in; deeply set. [2 definitions]
deep-six (informal) to cast overboard. [2 definitions]
Deep South the southeastern U.S. region, esp. Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana, considered most typically Southern.
deep structure in transformational grammar, the abstract syntactic pattern that underlies the construction and interpretation of a sentence.