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profound

adjective   /prəˈfaʊnd/
felt or experienced very strongly or in an extreme way profundo His mother’s death when he was aged six had a very profound effect on him. The invention of the contraceptive pill brought about profound changes in the lives of women. Those two lines of poetry express perfectly the profound sadness of loss. My grandfather has a profound mistrust of anything new or foreign. There was a note of profound irritation in his voice.21261245
showing a clear and deep understanding of serious matters profundo profound truths/wisdom The review that I read said that it was ‘a thoughtful and profound film’. ‘Dying is easy – it’s living that’s the problem.’ ‘That was very profound of you, Steven.’11251136
(Definition of profound from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

profound

adjective /prəˈfaund/
deep profundo profound sleep.
showing great knowledge or understanding profundo a profound remark.
profoundly adverb
profundamente a profoundly disturbing issue.
profundity /-ˈfan-/ noun
profundidad
(Definition of profound from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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