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"deeply" in British English

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deeplyadverb

uk   /ˈdiːp.li/ us   /ˈdiːp.li/
B2 extremely or strongly: I'm deeply grateful to you. He found her comments deeply irritating/offensive. We don't want to get too deeply involved with these people. After 20 years of marriage, they're still deeply in love.

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deeplyadverb

us   /ˈdip·li/
extremely or strongly: Everyone was deeply impressed by his performance.
(Definition of deeply from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “deeply”
in Arabic كَثيرًا جِدًّا…
in Korean 깊이…
in Portuguese profundamente…
in Catalan profundament…
in Japanese 本当に…
in Chinese (Simplified) 深深地, 极其,非常…
in Turkish çok…
in Russian серьезно, очень…
in Chinese (Traditional) 深深地, 極其,非常…
in Italian profondamente…
in Polish głęboko…
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