go deep

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go deep (third-person singular simple present goes deep, present participle going deep, simple past went deep, past participle gone deep)

  1. (Should we delete(+) this sense?) (intransitive, idiomatic) To be a remarkable characteristic of a person or thing.
    Our students' sense of pride in the school goes very deep.
  2. (American football, Canadian football) To throw a long pass attempt or to get in position to catch one.
    On this play, we're going to fake a short pass but go deep to Kelly or Chris.

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