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Shows a lack of knowledge of the depth in English football and respect. Times, Sunday Times (2017)A team playing at the peak of their powers against a side plumbing new depths of despair. The Sun (2016)United do not have the requisite depth at centre back and they would be playing one fewer central midfielder, despite being overloaded in that position. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Out of pain came a rare depth of emotion. The Sun (2014)It is the depth and intensity of the flower colour that matters. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The scale and depth of the crisis mean that its effects will be felt for much longer. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You need a depth of scientific knowledge that takes many years to build up. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Wing is not an area of depth. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Thrilling fight scenes and characters with real depth. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Can you see the depth of field in that? BLACK KNIGHTS: On the Bloody Road to Baghdad (2003)Yet these are neither simple nor necessarily a pleasure in the depths of the countryside. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They have clearly got some real strength in depth up front. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Twist the nozzle to change the depth of colour. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This is richly human and it has depth and complexity. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Such was his depth of despair he wrongly told himself he would be better off dead. The Sun (2015)He decided to express the depth of his feeling by reading her some of his poems. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Your family and friendships will bring increasing depth and meaning to your life. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The heads of their prey would sometimes become detached and bounce in grisly fashion into the depths below. The Runaway Brain: the Evolution of Human Uniqueness (1993)The speed with which a tsunami moves is determined by the depth of the sea at which the quake occurs. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The touches of electronica that featured on her early work have disappeared and her songwriting has acquired new depth and clarity. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Few sights in life can compare to the humbling effect of gazing across the unknown depths and distances of the ocean. Christianity Today (2000)Of all the retro dishes, this one seems to have plumbed the deepest depths. Times, Sunday Times (2006)By the 1970s it was examining in depth the moral and theological implications. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This models what happens to real minerals at great depths beneath the earth 's crust. THE EARTH: An Intimate History (2004)They lived in the depths of distant forests and held an annual convention near Chartres. On the Trail of Merlin - a guide to the Celtic mystery tradition (1991)But don't expect dramatic depth. Times, Sunday Times (2012)As the moon brings secrets to the surface, the depth of a partner's feelings surprises you. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'depth'
British English: depth /dɛpθ/ NOUN
The depth of something such as a hole is the distance between its top and bottom surfaces.
...the depth of the water.
- American English: depth
- Arabic: عُمْق
- Brazilian Portuguese: profundidade
- Chinese: 深度
- Croatian: dubina
- Czech: hloubka
- Danish: dybde
- Dutch: diepte
- European Spanish: profundidad
- Finnish: syvyys
- French: profondeur
- German: Tiefe
- Greek: βάθος
- Italian: profondità
- Japanese: 深さ
- Korean: 깊이
- Norwegian: dybde
- Polish: głębokość
- European Portuguese: profundidade
- Romanian: adâncime
- Russian: глубина
- Spanish: profundidad
- Swedish: djup avgrund
- Thai: ความลึก
- Turkish: derinlik
- Ukrainian: глибина
- Vietnamese: chiều sâu
Definition of depth from the Collins English Dictionary
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