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depth

noun /depθ/
the distance from the top downwards or from the surface inwards especially if great
profundidad
Coal is mined at a depth of 1,000 m.
intensity or strength especially if great
intensidad
The depth of colour in the painting is astonishing The depth of his feeling prevented him from speaking.
depths noun plural a part far under the surface or in the middle of something
profundidades
the depths of the sea the depths of winter.
in-depth adjective (of a survey etc) deep and thorough
a fondo
an in-depth report on alcoholism.
in depth deeply and thoroughly
a fondo, en profundidad
I have studied the subject in depth.
(Definition of depth from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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