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deep adj.

1 a long way from top to bottom/front to back

VERBS be, look The water looks quite deep there.

ADV. really, very | fairly, pretty, quite

PHRASES ankle/knee/waist deep She stood knee deep in the water.

2 low in tone

VERBS be, sound Her voice sounded very deep on the telephone. | become

ADV. very | fairly, quite

3 strongly felt

VERBS be, go, run This suspicion runs very deep among some government members. | become

ADV. very a very deep feeling of love | fairly, quite