deep - Englisch
adj. having a great depth, extending far below the surface; reaching far into space; profound, difficult to fathom; low-pitched; dark (as of a color)
adv. into the depths, far below the surface
Because Helen and her sister are vegetarians, they’ll be trying a meatless dish like their famous veggie bean cake and deep fried plantain.
“I will tell it to her,” said the Mock Turtle in a deep, hollow tone: “Sit down, both of you, and do not speak a word till I have finished.”
for the upper layer had been ploughed up in deep furrows by the heavy wheels of carts and vehicles;
He passed through spaces immersed in a deep shade, and others inundated with sunlight.
I say it with deep regret.
I didn't think about him anymore (or at least I tried not to) but his words had dug a deep furrow into my heart!
The eyes of the count flashed under the deep cover of his eyebrows.
He crossed the great forest, then the vast plains, the marshes, and then once again profoundly deep woods. The wolves howled and the ravens cawed.
It was a large, well-decorated room, at the end of which was a large camp-bed furnished with cushions. On this bed were several people in deep sleep.
The air was filled with phantoms, wandering here and there; lost souls, letting out deep moans as they passed.
1. serious: grave, grievous
2. difficult: low, buried, abstract, incisive, abysmal, rich, abstruse
3. involved: earnest, absorbed, fast, absorbing, intimate, extreme, great
4. wise: artful, designing, astute, bright, cunning, discerning, intelligent
6. low: below, beneath, subterranean
7. sea: river, abyss, ocean