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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Extending far downward below a surface: a deep hole in the river ice.
- adjective: Extending far inward from an outer surface: a deep cut.
- adjective: Extending far backward from front to rear: a deep walk-in refrigerator.
- adjective: Extending far from side to side from a center: a deep yard surrounding the house.
- adjective: Far distant down or in: deep in the woods.
- adjective: Coming from or penetrating to a depth: a deep sigh.
- adjective: Sports Located or taking place near the outer boundaries of the area of play: deep left field.
- adjective: Extending a specific distance in a given direction: snow four feet deep.
- adjective: Far distant in time or space: deep in the past.
- adjective: Difficult to penetrate or understand; recondite: a deep metaphysical theory.
- adjective: Of a mysterious or obscure nature: a deep secret; ancient and deep tribal rites.
- adjective: Very learned or intellectual; wise: a deep philosopher.
- adjective: Exhibiting great cunning or craft: deep political machinations.
- adjective: Of a grave or extreme nature: deep trouble; deepest deceit.
- adjective: Very absorbed or involved: deep in thought; deep in financial difficulties.
- adjective: Profound in quality or feeling: a deep trance; deep devotion.
- adjective: Rich and intense in shade. Used of a color: a deep red.
- adjective: Low in pitch; resonant: a deep voice.
- adjective: Covered or surrounded to a designated degree. Often used in combination: waist-deep in the water; ankle-deep in snow.
- adjective: Large in quantity or size; big: deep cuts in the budget.
- adjective: Sports Having a sufficient number of capable reserve players: That team is not very deep.
- adverb: To a great depth; deeply: dig deep; feelings that run deep.
- adverb: Well along in time; late: worked deep into the night.
- adverb: Sports Close to the outer boundaries of the area of play: played deep for the first three innings; ran deep into their opponents' territory.
- noun: A deep place in land or in a body of water: drowned in the deep of the river.
- noun: A vast, immeasurable extent: the deep of outer space.
- noun: The extent of encompassing time or space; firmament.
- noun: The most intense or extreme part: the deep of night.
- noun: The ocean.
- noun: Nautical A distance estimated in fathoms between successive marks on a sounding line.
- idiom: deep down At bottom; basically: Deep down, she was still a rebel.
- idiom: in deep water In difficulty.
- deep in love iki ausų įsimylėjęs
- tamsus (apie spalvą)
- in deep water(s) didelėje nelaimėje
- the deep jūra
- still waters run deep tylioji kiaulė gilią šaknį knisa