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deep-seated

adjective uk   /ˌdiːpˈsiː.tɪd/  us   /-t̬ɪd/ (also deep-rooted, deeply rooted)
strongly felt or believed and very difficult to change or get rid of: a deep-seated faith in God
Translations of “deep-seated”
in Chinese (Traditional) 根深蒂固的, 篤信的…
in Russian глубоко укоренившийся…
in Turkish yerleşmiş, kök salmış, köklü…
in Chinese (Simplified) 根深蒂固的, 笃信的…
in Polish głęboko zakorzeniony, zastarzały…
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