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profound
prə'faʊnd
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Situated at or extending to great depth; too deep to have been sounded or plumbed.
  2. (of sleep) deep and complete.
  3. Coming from deep within one.
  4. Of the greatest intensity; complete.
  5. Showing intellectual penetration or emotional depth.
  6. Far-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something.
Hyphenationpro•found
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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深奥shēn'àoprofound; abstruse; recondite; profoundly
深厚shēnhòudeep; profound
深刻shēnkèprofound; deep; deep-going
渊博yuānbóerudite; profound; learned; extremely knowledgeable
极度jídùextremely
意味深长yìwèi shēnchángprofound; significant; meaningful
深长shēnchángprofound (meaning, implications etc)
渊深yuānshēnprofound (knowledge); erudite
潭奥tán'àoprofound; deep
玄远xuányuǎnprofound; abstruse mystery
警辟jǐngpìprofound, thorough and moving
miǎoprofound; remote
高深gāoshēnprofound
abstruse; profound
渊远yuānyuǎndeep; profound
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