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Translation of "deep" - English-Turkish dictionary

deep

adverb
 
 
/diːp/
B1 a long way into something from the top or outside
derinine, iyice derinine
They travelled deep into the forest.Measurements in general
deep down B2 If you know or feel something deep down, you are certain that it is true, or you feel it strongly although you do not admit it or show it.
derinden, yürekten
Deep down, I knew that I was right.CertaintyConfidence and self-assurance
go/run deep If a feeling or a problem goes deep, it is very strong or serious and has existed for a long time.
sarpa sarmak, derine inmek, uzun süre olagelmek, gittikçe derinleşmek
Not able to be changedKeeping and staying the same
Translations of “deep”
in Korean 깊이…
in Arabic مُتعّمّق في…
in Portuguese profundamente…
in Catalan fins al fons, ben endins…
in Japanese 深く…
in Italian in profondità…
in Russian глубоко, далеко…
in Polish głęboko…
(Definition of deep adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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