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deep

adjective /diːp/
going or being far down or far into
profundo
a deep lake a deep wound.
going or being far down by a named amount
de hondo
We dug a hole six feet deep.
occupied or involved to a great extent
absorbido
He is deep in debt.
intense; strong
profundo, intenso
The sea is a deep blue colour/color They are in a deep sleep.
low in pitch His voice is very deep. deepen verb to make or become deeper
profundizar
The workmen deepened the trench.
to increase
aumentar, agudizarse, intensificarse
His troubles were deepening.
deeply adverb very greatly
profundamente
We are deeply grateful to you.
deepness noun the quality of being deep
profundidad
the deepness of the valley.
deep-freeze noun a type of refrigerator which freezes food quickly and can keep it for a long time.
ultracongelador
deep-fried adjective (of food) fried in oil that covers it
Frito en Aceite
deep-fried tempura prawns.
deep-sea adjective of, for, or in the deeper parts of the sea
de alta mar
deep-sea diving deep-sea fishing.
in deep water in difficulties or trouble
con el agua al cuello
He found himself in deep water when couldn’t pay back his debts.
(Definition of deep from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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