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deep

adjective
 
 
/diːp/
TOP TO BOTTOM A2 having a long distance from the top to the bottom
derin
The water is a lot deeper than it seems.Measurements in generalHigh, tall and deep
FRONT TO BACK having a long distance from the front to the back
enine boyuna derin, geniş, uzun
How deep are the shelves?Measurements in general
one metre/6 ft, etc deep one metre/6 ft, etc from the top to the bottom, or from the front to the back
bir metre/altı fit derin
This end of the pool is two metres deep.Measurements in generalHigh, tall and deep
FEELING B2 A deep feeling is very strong.
derin/yoğun duygu içeren
deep affection/regretStrong feelings
SOUND B2 A deep sound is low.
pes, kalın, tok
a deep voiceTechnical music termsDescribing qualities of the human voice
SERIOUS serious and difficult for most people to understand
yoğun, ciddi, anlaşılması zor
a deep and meaningful conversationComplexityDifficult to understand
a deep sleep when someone is sleeping in a way that makes it difficult to wake them up
derin uyku
Sleep and sleeping
COLOUR B1 A deep colour is strong and dark.
koyu
deep brown eyesThe qualities of colour
take a deep breath B2 to fill your lungs with air
derin bir nefes almak
Take a deep breath and relax.Breathing and stopping breathing
deep in thought/conversation giving all of your attention to what you are thinking or talking about, and not noticing anything else
derin düşüncelere dalmış, iyice kendini vermiş, dalmış
→  See also throw sb in at the deep end , be in deep water Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilantThinking and contemplatingDeep in thought
(Definition of deep adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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