Hindi translation of 'deep'
deep /diːp डीप्/
Word forms: deeper, deepest
1. adjective, adverb
If something is deep, it extends a long way down from the surface.
The water is very deep.
...the deep cut on his left hand.
She put her hand in deeper.
You use deep to talk or ask about how much something measures from the surface to the bottom, or from front to back.
The water was only one metre deep.
as deep as something
deeper than something
a metre/foot/inch deep
Deep in an area means a long way inside it.
Oil and gas were trapped deep inside the earth when it was formed.
They went deep into the jungle.
You use deep to emphasize the seriousness, strength, importance, or degree of something.
...his deep love of Italy.
Our conversations left me deeply depressed.
She slept deeply but woke early.
A deep breath uses the whole of your lungs.
She sighed deeply.
A deep colour is strong and fairly dark.
A deep sound is a low one.
His voice was deep and mellow.
If you say that something goes deep or runs deep, you mean that it is very serious or strong and is hard to change.
गहरा हो जाना
अधिक हो जाना
His anger and anguish clearly went deep.
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Example Sentences Including 'deep'
My heart was jolting strangely inside me and I took deep breaths to calm myself.THE EXECUTION (2002)
It was clearly a shock to Kirrith too, because she let go of Lirael and took a deep , dignified breath.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
The family was too inherently degenerate for the differences to be more than skin deep.TREASON KEEP (2001)
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'deep' in Other Languages
- Arabic: عَمِيق
- Brazilian Portuguese: profundo profunda
- Chinese: 深的
- Croatian: dubok duboka
- Czech: hluboký
- Danish: dyb
- Dutch: diep
- European Spanish: profundo profunda
- Finnish: syvä
- French: profond
- German: tief
- Greek: βαθύς βαθιά
- Italian: profondo profonda
- Japanese: 深い
- Korean: 깊은
- Norwegian: dyp
- Polish: głęboki głęboka
- Portuguese: profundo profunda
- Romanian: adânc adânc, adâncă, adânci
- Russian: глубокий глубокая
- Spanish: profundo profunda
- Swedish: djup djuptbottenlös
- Thai: ลึก
- Turkish: derin
- Ukrainian: глибокий
- Vietnamese: sâu nông
Translation of deep from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary