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deep
diːp
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy.
  2. Strong; intense.
  3. Very distant in time or space.
  4. Having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center.
  5. Relatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply.
  6. Difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge.
  7. Of an obscure nature.
  8. With head or back bent low.
  9. Having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range.
  10. Large in quantity or size.
  11. Extreme.
  12. (of darkness) very intense.
  13. Marked by depth of thinking.
  14. Relatively thick from top to bottom.
  15. Extending relatively far inward.
(名) As a noun
  1. Literary term for an ocean.
  2. A long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor.
  3. The central and most intense or profound part.
(副) As an adverb
  1. Deep.
  2. Deep.
  3. Deep.
Hyphenationdeep
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun, (副) adverb
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shēndeep; depth; deeply; (of a color) dark; deep; rich
深切shēnqièdeeply felt; heartfelt; sincere; honest
深厚shēnhòudeep; profound
深刻shēnkèprofound; deep; deep-going
专心zhuānxīnto concentrate; absorption; concentration; engrossed
chílate; delayed; slow; (Chinese surname)
zhàndeep; clear (water); (Chinese surname)
tándeep; (Chinese surname)
deep
深邃shēnsuìdeep (valley or night); abstruse; hidden in depth
深闭固拒shēn bì gù jùdeep, closed and refusing (idiom); obstinate; stubborn and perverse
渊远yuānyuǎndeep; profound
yǎodeep; quiet and elegant; variant of
suìdeep; distant; mysterious
邃密suìmìdeep; profound; abstruse and full (of thought)
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