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青少儿英语指南    2019-03-05 12:07:10



英音 [di:p] 美音 [dip]


adj. 深的;深远的,深奥;重大的,深刻的;强烈的,痛切的,深厚的;

n. 深处,深渊;

adv. 深深地,深入地;


  1. the central and most intense or profound part;

    "in the deep of night"
    "in the deep of winter"

  2. a long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor

  3. literary term for an ocean;

    "denizens of the deep"

  1. relatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply;

    "a deep breath"
    "a deep sigh"
    "deep concentration"
    "deep emotion"
    "a deep trance"
    "in a deep sleep"

  2. marked by depth of thinking;

    "deep thoughts"
    "a deep allegory"

  3. having great spatial extension or penetration downward or inward from an outer surface or backward or laterally or outward from a center; sometimes used in combination;

    "a deep well"
    "a deep dive"
    "deep water"
    "a deep casserole"
    "a deep gash"
    "deep massage"
    "deep pressure receptors in muscles"
    "deep shelves"
    "a deep closet"
    "surrounded by a deep yard"
    "hit the ball to deep center field"
    "in deep space"

  4. very distant in time or space;

    "deep in the past"
    "deep in enemy territory"
    "deep in the woods"
    "a deep space probe"

  5. extreme;

    "in deep trouble"
    "deep happiness"

  6. having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range;

    "a deep voice"
    "a bass voice is lower than a baritone voice"
    "a bass clarinet"

  7. strong; intense;

    "deep purple"
    "a rich red"

  8. relatively thick from top to bottom;

    "deep carpets"
    "deep snow"

  9. extending relatively far inward;

    "a deep border"

  10. (of darkness) very intense;

    "thick night"
    "thick darkness"
    "a face in deep shadow"
    "deep night"

  11. large in quantity or size;

    "deep cuts in the budget"

  12. with head or back bent low;

    "a deep bow"

  13. of an obscure nature;

    "the new insurance policy is written without cryptic or mysterious terms"
    "a deep dark secret"
    "the inscrutable workings of Providence"
    "in its mysterious past it encompasses all the dim origins of life"
    "rituals totally mystifying to visitors from other lands"

  14. difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge;

    "the professor's lectures were so abstruse that students tended to avoid them"
    "a deep metaphysical theory"
    "some recondite problem in historiography"

  15. exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy;

    "deep political machinations"
    "a deep plot"

  1. to a great depth;far down;

    "dived deeply"
    "dug deep"

  2. to an advanced time;

    "deep into the night"
    "talked late into the evening"

  3. to a great distance;

    "penetrated deep into enemy territory"
    "went deep into the woods"

deepen vt.& vi. 变深,加深;低沉; vt. 加浓;

knee-deep adj. 深及膝的,没膝程度的;
deep stone 深石色;
deep fascia 深筋膜;
deep submergence 深潜;
deep laceration 深度裂伤;
chin-deep adj. (水等)深及颚的,很深时的,深陷的;
dig deep 挖深;深挖;掘地三尺;
run deep 深沉,才思深奥;
waist-deep adj.& adv. 齐腰深(的);
deep-set adj. 牢固的,(眼睛等)深陷的,根深蒂固的;
deep split 深箭步;
deep knowledge 深层知识;
deep agar [医] 高层琼脂;
deep greenhouse 地下温室;
lip-deep adj. 空白的,表面上的,不诚实的;
deep breath [医]深呼吸;
deep therapy 深部疗法;
deep retractor [医]深部拉钩;
deep floor 加强肋板,深肋板;
deep-plow 深耕犁;
deep freeze n. 深冻冰箱;