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Translation of "deep" - English-Spanish dictionary

deep

adjective   /diːp/
A2 having a long distance from the top to the bottom or from the front to the back profundo The water is a lot deeper than it seems.
B1 A deep colour is strong and dark. intenso deep brown eyes
one metre, six feet, etc. deep
one metre, six feet, etc. from the top to the bottom, or from the front to the back un metro, seis pies, etc. de profundidad This end of the pool is two metres deep.
one inch, six feet, etc. deep
one inch, six feet, etc. from the top to the bottom, or from the front to the back una pulgada, seis pies, etc. de profundidad This end of the pool is eight feet deep.
A deep feeling is very strong. enorme deep affection
a deep sleep
the action of someone sleeping in a way that makes it difficult to wake them up un sueño profundo
A deep sound is low. grave a deep voice
adverb   /diːp/
B1 a long way into something from the top or outside hasta la profundidad They travelled deep into the forest.
(Definition of deep from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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 grave 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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