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  • 21deep — index broad, capacious, esoteric, extensive, incomprehensible, ingrained, intense, obscure (abstruse) …

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  • 22deep|ie — «DEE pee», noun. British Slang. a three dimensional motion picture; 3 D film …

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  • 23deep — deep1 W1S2 [di:p] adj comparative deeper superlative deepest ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(going far down)¦ 2¦(going far in)¦ 3¦(serious)¦ 4¦(breath)¦ 5¦(feeling/belief)¦ 6¦(sound)¦ 7¦(colour)¦ 8¦(difficult …

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  • 24deep — [[t]di͟ːp[/t]] ♦♦ deeper, deepest 1) ADJ GRADED If something is deep, it extends a long way down from the ground or from the top surface of something. The water is very deep and mysterious looking... Den had dug a deep hole in the centre of the… …

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  • 25deep — deep1 [ dip ] adjective *** ▸ 1 going long way down ▸ 2 feeling/emotion: strong ▸ 3 sound: low ▸ 4 color: dark and strong ▸ 5 sleep: hard to wake from ▸ 6 breathing a lot of air ▸ 7 with complicated ideas ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) going a long way down… …

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  • 26deep — 1 /di:p/ adjective 1 GOING FAR DOWN going far down from the top or from the surface: a deep hole in the ground | Come on, get in! The water s not very deep here. | 2 metres/6 feet etc deep: At this point the lake is ninety metres deep. 2 knee… …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 27deep — deepness, n. /deep/, adj. deeper, deepest, n., adv., deeper, deepest. adj. 1. extending far down from the top or surface: a deep well; a deep valley. 2. extending far in or back from the front or from an edge, surface, opening, etc., considered… …

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  • 28deep — 1. adjective /diːp/ a) Having its bottom far down. That is a deep thought! b) Profound, having great meaning or import, but possibly obscure or not obvious …

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  • 29deep */*/*/ — I UK [diːp] / US [dɪp] adjective Word forms deep : adjective deep comparative deeper superlative deepest 1) going a long way down from the top or the surface The river is quite deep here. an area of high hills and deep valleys a) used for saying… …

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  • 30deep — adj., n., & adv. adj. 1 a extending far down from the top (deep hole; deep water). b extending far in from the surface or edge (deep wound; deep plunge; deep shelf; deep border). 2 (predic.) a extending to or lying at a specified depth (water 6… …

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  • 31deep — [[t]dip[/t]] adj. and adv. er, est, n. 1) extending far down from the top or surface: a deep well; a deep cut[/ex] 2) extending far in or back from the front: a deep shelf[/ex] 3) extending far in width; broad: a deep border[/ex] 4) ranging far… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 32deep — I. adjective Etymology: Middle English dep, from Old English dēop; akin to Old High German tiof deep, Old English dyppan to dip more at dip Date: before 12th century 1. extending far from some surface or area: as a. extending far downward < a&#8230; …

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  • 33deep — Synonyms and related words: Bassalia, Machiavellian, Machiavellic, absorbed, absorbing, abstract, abstracted, abstruse, abysm, abysmal, abyss, abyssal, abyssal zone, acute, ample, amplitudinous, ankle deep, arcane, arch, ardent, artful, astute,&#8230; …

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  • 34deep — /dip / (say deep) adjective 1. extending far downwards, inwards, or backwards. 2. having a specified dimension downwards, inwards, or backwards: a tank two metres deep. 3. situated far or a certain distance down, in, or back. 4. extending far in&#8230; …

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  • 35Deep — Contents 1 In film and television 2 In music 3 In literature 4 …

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  • 36deep*/*/*/ — [diːp] adj I 1) going a long way down from the top or surface of something Ant: shallow The river is quite deep here.[/ex] 2) used for talking about the distance from the surface to the bottom of something The pond needs to be about four feet&#8230; …

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  • 37Deep 13 — For the first seven nationally broadcast seasons of the television show Mystery Science Theater 3000 ( MST3K ), Deep 13 was the subterranean hideout for the villains, or Mads , of MST3K : Dr. Clayton Forrester (seasons 1 7), Dr. Laurence Larry&#8230; …

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  • 38deep — 1. adjective 1) a deep ravine Syn: cavernous, yawning, gaping, huge, extensive; bottomless, fathomless, unfathomable Ant: shallow 2) two inches deep Syn …

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  • 39Deep — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Deep est un mot anglais signifiant profond. Le mot peut aussi désigner&#160;: Deep, single du groupe Nine Inch Nails. The Deep, film inachevé réalisé par&#8230; …

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  • 40deep — adjective 1) a deep ravine Syn: cavernous, yawning, gaping, huge, extensive, bottomless, fathomless 2) deep affection Syn: intense, heartfelt, wholehearted, deep seated …

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