depthnounuk us /depθ/
depth noun (DISTANCE DOWN)
- Use a garden fork to loosen the soil to a depth of 12 inches.
- Northern elephant seals and Weddell seals can dive to depths of 600-1,250 meters.
- The submarine stayed submerged at a depth of over 45 meters.
- The seals usually dive to a depth of 400 meters where they feed on fish such as Antarctic cod.
- The depth of the children's pool is only 0.85 meters.
depth noun (SERIOUSNESS)
- I don't dispute that Lucas' films are entertaining, but they haven't got much depth.
- He's entertaining enough but he lacks a little depth.
- Her later writing showed more depth.
- She may seem fairly frivolous but I suspect she has hidden depths.
- Yet his work rarely shows the depth of his father's oeuvre.
- agonize over/about sth
- chew sth over
- chew the cud idiom
- chew your cud idiom
- joined-up thinking
- lateral thinking
- let me see/let's see idiom
- let's see idiom
- take a long, hard look at sth idiom
- take sth into account idiom
- the thought crosses sb's mind idiom
- think sth out
- think sth over
You can also find related words, phrases, and synonyms in the topics:
depth noun (DISTANCE BACKWARDS)
depth noun (STRENGTH)
depth noun (LOW SOUND)
depth noun (DARKNESS)