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* Chinese:
 
* Chinese:
 
*: Mandarin: {{t-|cmn|深|tr=shēn|sc=Hani}}
 
*: Mandarin: {{t-|cmn|深|tr=shēn|sc=Hani}}
* Croatian: [[dubok]] {{m}}, [[duboka]] {{f}}, [[duboko]] {{n}}
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* Croatian: [[dubok]]
 
* Czech: {{t-|cs|hluboký|m}}
 
* Czech: {{t-|cs|hluboký|m}}
 
* Danish: {{t-|da|dyb}}
 
* Danish: {{t-|da|dyb}}
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* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
 
* Serbian: {{t-|sr|дубок|tr=dubok|sc=Cyrl}}
 
* Serbian: {{t-|sr|дубок|tr=dubok|sc=Cyrl}}
* Slovene: [[globok]] {{m}}, [[globoka]] {{f}}, [[globoko]] {{n}}
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* Slovene: [[globok]]
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|profundo|m}}, {{t+|es|hondo|m}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|profundo|m}}, {{t+|es|hondo|m}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
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* Romanian: {{t|ro|profund}}
 
* Romanian: {{t|ro|profund}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
* Slovene: [[globok]] {{m}}, [[globoka]] {{f}}, [[globoko]] {{n}}
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* Slovene: [[globok]]
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|profundo|m}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|profundo|m}}
 
* Swedish: {{t|sv|djup}}, {{t|sv|djupsinnig}}
 
* Swedish: {{t|sv|djup}}, {{t|sv|djupsinnig}}
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* Chinese:
 
* Chinese:
 
*: Mandarin: {{zh-ts|[[深切]]的|[[深切]]的}} ([[shēn]][[qiè]][[de]])
 
*: Mandarin: {{zh-ts|[[深切]]的|[[深切]]的}} ([[shēn]][[qiè]][[de]])
* Croatian: [[dubok]] {{m}}, [[duboka]] {{f}}, [[duboko]] {{n}}
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* Croatian: [[dubok]]
 
* Danish: {{t-|da|dyb}}
 
* Danish: {{t-|da|dyb}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|syvä}}
 
* Finnish: {{t+|fi|syvä}}
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* Polish: {{t|pl|pochłonięty|m}}, {{t|pl|zaabsorbowany|m}}
 
* Polish: {{t|pl|pochłonięty|m}}, {{t|pl|zaabsorbowany|m}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
* Slovene: [[globok]] {{m}}, [[globoka]] {{f}}, [[globoko]] {{n}}
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* Slovene: [[globok]]
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|profundo|m}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|profundo|m}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
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* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
* Slovene: [[globok]] {{m}}, [[globoka]] {{f}}, [[globoko]] {{n}}
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* Slovene: [[globok]]
 
* Spanish: de {{t-|es|fondo}}, {{t+|es|ancho|m}}
 
* Spanish: de {{t-|es|fondo}}, {{t+|es|ancho|m}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
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* Kurdish: {{ku-Arab|[[قووڵ]]}}
 
* Kurdish: {{ku-Arab|[[قووڵ]]}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
* Slovene: [[globok]] {{m}}, [[globoka]] {{f}}, [[globoko]] {{n}}
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* Slovene: [[globok]]
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
 
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* Chinese:
 
* Chinese:
 
*: Mandarin: {{zh-ts|[[深沈]]的|[[深沉]]的}} ([[shēn]][[chén]][[de]])
 
*: Mandarin: {{zh-ts|[[深沈]]的|[[深沉]]的}} ([[shēn]][[chén]][[de]])
* Croatian: [[dubok]] {{m}}, [[duboka]] {{f}}, [[duboko]] {{n}}
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* Croatian: [[dubok]]
 
* Danish: {{t-|da|dyb}}, {{t-|da|mørk}}
 
* Danish: {{t-|da|dyb}}, {{t-|da|mørk}}
 
* Dutch: {{t+|nl|diep}},{{t+|nl|zwaar}}
 
* Dutch: {{t+|nl|diep}},{{t+|nl|zwaar}}
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* Polish: {{t+|pl|głęboki|m}}, {{t|pl|niski|m}}
 
* Polish: {{t+|pl|głęboki|m}}, {{t|pl|niski|m}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|низкий|tr=nízkij}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|низкий|tr=nízkij}}
* Slovene: [[globok]] {{m}}, [[globoka]] {{f}}, [[globoko]] {{n}}
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* Slovene: [[globok]]
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|bajo|m}}, {{t+|es|grave}} {{m|f}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|bajo|m}}, {{t+|es|grave}} {{m|f}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}, {{t+|sv|låg}}, {{t+|sv|mörk}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}, {{t+|sv|låg}}, {{t+|sv|mörk}}
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* Hebrew: [[עמוק]], [[עמק]] ('amoq)
 
* Hebrew: [[עמוק]], [[עמק]] ('amoq)
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
* Slovene: [[globok]] {{m}}, [[globoka]] {{f}}, [[globoko]] {{n}}
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* Slovene: [[globok]]
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|profundo}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|profundo}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
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* Polish: {{t+|pl|głęboki|m}}
 
* Polish: {{t+|pl|głęboki|m}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
* Slovene: [[globok]] {{m}}, [[globoka]] {{f}}, [[globoko]] {{n}}
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* Slovene: [[globok]]
 
* Spanish: {{t|es|fondo}}
 
* Spanish: {{t|es|fondo}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
 
* Swedish: {{t+|sv|djup}}
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* Hebrew: [[עמוק]], [[עמק]]('amoq)
 
* Hebrew: [[עמוק]], [[עמק]]('amoq)
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
 
* Russian: {{t+|ru|глубокий|tr=glubókij}}
* Slovene: [[globok]] {{m}}, [[globoka]] {{f}}, [[globoko]] {{n}}
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* Slovene: [[globok]]
 
* Spanish: {{t-|es|penetrante}} {{m|f}}
 
* Spanish: {{t-|es|penetrante}} {{m|f}}
 
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* German: {{t+|de|tief}}
 
* German: {{t+|de|tief}}
 
{{trans-mid}}
 
{{trans-mid}}
* Slovene: [[globok]] {{m}}, [[globoka]] {{f}}, [[globoko]] {{n}}
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* Slovene: [[globok]]
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|capa profunda}}
 
* Spanish: {{t+|es|capa profunda}}
 
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* {{ttbc|br}}: [[don]]
 
* {{ttbc|br}}: [[don]]
 
* {{ttbc|eo}}: [[profunda]]
 
* {{ttbc|eo}}: [[profunda]]
* {{ttbc|fo}}: [[djúpur]] {{m}}, [[djúp]] {{f}}, [[djúpt]] {{n}} (1, 2, 4, 6), [[langt]] (3), [[tjúkkur]] {{m}}, [[tjúkk]] {{f}}, [[tjúkt]] {{n}} (5)
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* {{ttbc|fo}}: [[djúpur]] (1, 2, 4, 6), [[langt]] (3), [[tjúkkur]] (5)
 
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{{trans-mid}}
 
* {{ttbc|io}}: [[profunda]]
 
* {{ttbc|io}}: [[profunda]]

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Etymology

Old English dēop

Pronunciation

Adjective

deep (comparative deeper, superlative deepest)

  1. (of a hole, water, ravine, cut, etc) Having its bottom far down.
  2. Profound, having great meaning or import, but possibly obscure or not obvious.
    That is a deep thought!
  3. To a significant, not superficial, extent.
    I just meant to help out a little, but now I'm deep into it.
    They're deep in discussion.
  4. In extent in a direction away from the observer.
    The shelves are 30cm deep.
  5. In a number of rows or layers:
    a crowd three deep along the funeral procession
  6. Thick.
    That cyclist's deep chest allows him to draw more air.
    There was a deep layer of soot over the window.
  7. Voluminous.
    to take a deep breath / sigh / drink
  8. (sound, voice) Low in pitch.
    She has a very deep contralto
  9. (of a color) Dark and highly saturated.
    That's a very deep shade of blue
  10. A long way inside; situated far in or back.
    deep into the forest, deep in the forest
    1. Template:cricket: of a fielding position near the boundary, or closer to the boundary than one being compared to.
      He is fielding at deep mid wicket.
    2. Template:sports A long way forward
      a deep volley
    3. Template:American football Relatively farther downfield.
  11. (sleep) Sound, heavy (describing a state of sleep from which one is not easily awoken)
    He was in a deep sleep...
  12. Immersed, submerged (in).
    deep in debt, deep in the mud

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Adverb

deep (comparative more deep, superlative most deep)

  1. deeply
    • 1992, Rudolf M. Schuster, The Hepaticae and Anthocerotae of North America: East of the Hundredth Meridian, volume V, page vii
      Hepaticology, outside the temperate parts of the Northern Hemisphere, still lies deep in the shadow cast by that ultimate "closet taxonomist," Franz Stephani—a ghost whose shadow falls over us all.

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Noun

deep (uncountable)

  1. (literary, with "the") (meaning 1 above) part of a lake, sea, etc.
    creatures of the deep
  2. Template:US Template:rare The deep (meaning 2 above) part of a problem.
  3. (with "the"): the sea, the ocean
  4. Template:cricket A fielding position near the boundary.
    Russell is a safe pair of hands in the deep

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