deep

  基本词汇  
[diːp]     [diːp]    
  • adj.深的;深刻的;深奥的;深切的
  • adv.深深地
  • n.深处
deeply deeper deepest deepness
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deep是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 深的,有…深的
  2. 深刻的,深奥的
  3. 深沉的
  4. 深厚的,强烈的,深切的
  5. 深处的,纵深的
  6. 极度的
  7. 深入的,远至…的
  8. 成…排的
  9. 严重的
  10. 有…层的
  11. 深(呼吸)的
  12. 酣睡的,沉睡的
  13. 专心的
adv.(副词)
  1. 迟,晚
  2. 深深地
  3. 在深处,至深处
  4. 在内心深处, 在心底
  5. 本质上,实际上,事实上
  6. 深入地
  7. 深刻地
  8. 深邃地
  9. 深远地
n.(名词)
  1. 海,海渊,大洋
  2. 深处,深渊
  3. 深度
  4. 正当中
  5. 深水处
  6. 正中时刻(最黑暗、最寂静的时候)
v.(动词)
  1. 使深深陷入,沉浸在

双解释义

adj.(形容词)
  1. 深的 going far down from the top
  2. 位于深处的,纵深的 going far in from the outside or the front edge
  3. 深色的,浓重的 strong and dark
  4. 声音低沉的 of a sound low
  5. 强烈的,极度的,深厚的 strong and unlikely to change; extreme; intense
  6. 严重的,深厚的 seriously bad or damaging
  7. 理解深刻的 understanding difficult matters thoroughly; wise
  8. 深奥的,神秘的 difficult to understand; mysterious
adv.(副词)
  1. 深入地,深深地 in a great depth; deeply
  2. 到很晚 far along in time; late
n.(名词)
  1. [S]深处 depth
  2. [S]海洋 the sea

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英英释义

Noun:
  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"

Adjective:
  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"
    "waist-deep"

  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"

Adverb:
  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"

deep的用法和样例:

例句

用作形容词 (adj.)
  1. There is a deep divide between the two factions.
    这两派之间有很深的分歧。
  2. The deer escaped to the deep forest.
    那鹿逃入了丛林深处。
  3. His personality left a deep impression on us.
    他的人品给我们留下了深刻的印象。
  4. It's a deep and meaningful conversation.
    这是一次深奥而又意义深远的谈话。
  5. The grand building polarizes a deep local pride.
    这座宏伟的建筑集中体现了当地人深切的自豪感。
  6. We showed deep sympathy for her.
    我们对她表示深切的同情。
用作副词 (adv.)
  1. The ship sank deep into the sea.
    船深深地沉入了海底。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. We passed the deep of the ocean without any casualties.
    我们毫发无伤地通过了大洋深处。

常见句型

用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语 ~+ n.
  1. It's a deep well.
    这是口深井。
  2. They drilled a deep hole in the earth's crust.
    他们在地壳上钻了个深洞。
  3. The wind blew the snow into deep drifts.
    风把雪吹积成厚厚的雪堆。
  4. When I'm tired,I like to relax into a deep armchair.
    我劳累时,喜欢舒舒服服地靠在高扶手椅子上休息一下。
  5. Don't go into deep water unless you can swim.
    不会游泳就不要到深水中去。
  6. He took a deep breath.
    他深深地吸了一口气。
  7. Draw in a deep breath and let it out slowly.
    深吸一口气,再慢慢把它呼出来。
  8. Mother gave a deep sigh.
    母亲深深地叹了口气。
  9. The sky was deep blue.
    那时天空很蓝。
  10. The color was a deep red.
    这颜色是深红的。
  11. Don't you love his deep, rich voice?
    你难道不喜欢他的低沉、浑厚的嗓音吗?
  12. The singer's voice wasn't deep enough for the song; he had to force several low notes.
    这位歌手的嗓音唱这支歌不够深沉,他只得硬憋出几个低音。
  13. She lost her heart to the man with the broad shoulders and deep voice.
    她爱上了那位肩膀宽阔声音浑厚的男子。
  14. The company is in deep trouble again.
    这家公司再度陷入严重的困境。
  15. In his deep sleep he let the book fall out of his hand.
    他沉睡时书从手中掉了下来。
  16. She secretly held a deep resentment towards her employer.
    她暗中对她的雇主怀恨在心。
  17. He lies in deep disgrace.
    他处在极度的耻辱中。
  18. The young man nourished a deep affection for her.
    这年轻小伙子对她怀有深深的爱意。
  19. She had a deep interest in it.
    她对此兴趣极大。
  20. Deep feelings are hard to put into words.
    深厚的感情难以言述。
  21. He felt a deep urge to write about them.
    他迫切想写他们的事迹。
  22. Franklin had a deep conviction that we must learn to understand and to get on with our neighbours in this hemisphere.
    富兰克林深信,我们一定要去了解本半球的邻居,并学会同他们友好相处。
  23. They made a deep study of the works.
    他们深入研究了这部著作。
  24. A deep subject is one that is hard to understand.
    深奥的问题是难以理解的。
  25. He understands the deep scientific principles of the thing.
    他能理解事物深奥的科学原理。
  26. He has a deep mind and is a deep thinker.
    他是个思想深刻的人。
n. +~
  1. They sank the post one foot deep in the ground.
    他们把这根柱子在地下埋了一英尺深。
用作表语 S+be+~
  1. The river is not deep; we can walk through it.
    这河不深,我们可以蹚水过去。
  2. The lake there is ten feet deep.
    湖那儿有10英尺深。
  3. The well is very deep.
    这口井非常深。
  4. The lake is not so deep as it was a hundred years ago.
    这湖水比一百多年前浅了。
  5. The valley was deep and there was a stream at the bottom.
    这山谷很深,底下有一条小溪。
  6. The wound is deep.
    伤口很深。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. The situation is deep to us.
    形势对我们来说是严峻的。
  2. He is deep in translation.
    他在翻译方面有很深的造诣。
  3. He is deep in learning.
    他在学习方面是很专心的。
S+be+~+to- v
  1. The water's quite deep enough to dive in.
    这水够深的,可以跳水。
用作副词 (adv.)
用作状语
  1. He deep exposed himself to his parents' influence.
    他深受他父母亲的影响。
  2. He is deep in debt.
    他债台高筑。
  3. He frowned in deep thought.
    他皱眉深思。
  4. She was deep in thought.
    她在沉思。
  5. The sudden sound of the train whistle brought me to myself; I had not known how far I had been walking, deep in thought.
    我陷入了沉思,不知道已经走了多远,火车突然发出的汽笛声使我清醒过来。
  6. He is deep in mud.
    他深陷在泥中。
  7. Tom is deep in a book.
    汤姆在专心读书。
  8. She is deep in love.
    她深陷在情网中。
  9. Her advice is deep within my soul.
    她的建议深入我心。
  10. Do not drink deep.
    别多饮。
  11. Still waters run deep.
    静水流深。
  12. Many moving stories of that time remain deep in people's hearts to this day.
    那时许多感人肺腑的故事,至今深深地留在人们的记忆里。
  13. He went in deep with his studies.
    他研究得很深。
用作表语
  1. She was buried deep.
    她被埋得很深。
  2. The corpse was buried deep in the ground.
    尸首深埋在土中。
  3. Minerals are often found deep in the ground.
    矿物往往埋藏在地层深处。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. It was a wonder of the deep.
    这是海的奇迹。
  2. They are having a dip in the deep.
    他们在洗海水浴。
  3. The deep has been gaining on the east coast of England for many years.
    多年来海洋不断侵蚀英格兰的东海岸。
  4. The deep is gaining on the land along the coast.
    大海侵蚀着沿岸的陆地。
  5. The deep is going down.
    大海变得平静。
  6. The deep has been eating away at this cliff for centuries.
    千百年来海水一直在侵蚀着这悬崖峭壁。
  7. He lost his way in the deep of the forest.
    他在森林深处迷了路。
  8. George began borrowing small sums of money to bet on horses, and before he knew it he was in deep.
    乔治开始借少量的钱去赌赛马,后来不知不觉地就债台高筑,不能自拔。

常用短语

用作形容词 (adj.)
deep cold
  1. 严寒 in severe cold

    The deep cold pinched his face. 他的脸冻得发痛。

    The deep cold pierced his clothes. 严寒穿透他的衣服。

    She was pressed by the hunger and deep cold. 她饥寒交迫。

    How long will the deep cold go on? 这种严寒还得持续多久?

    The deep cold has frosted the windows. 严寒使窗子结满了霜。

deep poverty
  1. 赤贫 be very poor

    Most of the people were ground down by the hunger and deep poverty. 大多数人受着饥饿和赤贫的折磨。

    Their deep poverty forced their children into stealing. 赤贫逼迫他们的孩子去行窃。

    He was frustrated by deep poverty. 他因赤贫而灰心丧气。

    How can we get away from deep poverty? 我们怎样才能摆脱赤贫呢?

    Crime and deep poverty still exist in big cities. 犯罪和赤贫在大城市里仍然存在。

    He was pinched with deep poverty in those days. 在那些日子里,他穷困不堪。

    The thief pleaded deep poverty. 那个贼以赤贫为托词。

go off the deep end
  1. 勃然大怒; 突然发脾气 lose one's temper suddenly and violently

    Tom went off the deep end when he heard the news. 汤姆听到这消息时勃然大怒。

    It's no good going off the deep end over trifles. 为小事而勃然大怒实在没好处。

    He became angry and completely went off the deep end. 他怒气冲天,大发雷霆。

    Hearing this sarcastic remark, he went off the deep end. 一听到挖苦的话,他就勃然大怒。

用作副词 (adv.)
deep down
  1. 事实上 in fact

    He is only a boy deep down. 他实际上还是个孩子。

    I used to think that this sweet tropical fruit grew on a bush, but later learned that it grows in the ground deep down. 我原以为这种甘美的热带水果长在矮树上,后来才知道,它实际是长在地里的。

    Deep down they hope to kill two birds with one stone. 他们实际上是想一举两得。

deep into
  1. 深入地 in a great depth

    The harpoon drove deep into the body of the whale. 渔叉深深地扎进鲸鱼体内。

    The knife cut deep into his arm. 这刀深深割入他的手臂。

    Their fists were clenched so tightly that their nails dug deep into their palms. 他们紧握着拳头,指甲深深地陷入了手心。

    We went deep into the jungle. 我们走进丛林深处。

    His advice sank deep into my mind. 他的劝告深入我脑海。

    He claimed he could see deep into the future. 他声称能洞察未来。

    We were going deep into a problem. 我们正深入研究一个问题。

    We talked deep into the night. 我们谈至深夜。

    He always studies deep into the night. 他总是学习到深夜。

    The meeting continued deep into the night. 会议一直开到深夜。

drink deep of
  1. 大量喝下(某种液体) swallow a large quantity of (liquid)

    After such a long thirsty journey, the travellers drank deep of the fresh spring. 经过使人口渴的长途旅行后,旅客们痛饮清凉的泉水。

  2. 大量吸收某物 take in a lot of sth

    Drink deep of the wisdom of experienced people. 要尽力吸收有阅历人的知识。

knee deep
  1. 深深地陷入 into a great depth

    Every girl in Atlanta was knee deep in men, even the plainest girls were carrying on like belles. 亚特兰大的女孩子个个都有许多男人追求,就连最不出色的也像美人一样被男人紧紧缠住。

词汇搭配

用作形容词 (adj.)
~+名词 副词+~ ~+介词
用作副词 (adv.)
动词+~ ~+介词
用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 名词+~ 介词+~

经典引文

  • Some silent..mountain-pool, into whose black deeps you fear to gaze.

    出自:Carlyle
  • He feared the deep crevasses down which a man might slide.

    出自:I. Murdoch
  • It was fairly shallow in parts, and as deep as..fifteen feet in others.

    出自:J. C. Oates
  • The three men sat up deep into the night.

    出自:W. H. Dixon
  • Dusk settles deeper.

    出自:T. Williams
  • Her eyes were..sunk deep into her face.

    出自:L. Deighton
  • Still waters run deep.

    出自:Proverb

deep的详细讲解:

词语用法

adj.(形容词)
  1. deep的基本意思是“深的”,主要指从表面向下或向后〔内部〕延伸,也指“远离中心的”“深长的”“纵深的”。用于指事物时则指“深奥的”“难懂的”; 用于声音时指“深沉的”; 用于颜色时指“深色的”“浓重的”; 用于人时则指“内心深处的”“极度的”“深邃的”“深刻的洞察力、明辨力”等。
  2. deep与表示量度的名词构成形容词短语时, deep要放在度量词之后,而整个形容词短语又要放在所修饰的名词之后。
  3. deep作“专心的”“全神贯注的”解时,常与介词in连用。
adv.(副词)
  1. deep用作副词时意思是“深深地”,可指空间上到达很大深度,也可指时间上“到很晚”,常用来修饰具体的或有形的动作,用于修饰抽象事物,可指“深入的”。
  2. deep down的意思是“实际上”,在句中作状语。
n.(名词)
  1. deep用作名词时意思是“深处”,经常与定冠词the连用,引申可表示“海洋”。

词义辨析

adj.(形容词)
deep, profound
这两个词的共同意思是“深刻的”,都可以表示理论的深奥、学问的渊博及感情的深厚等。其区别在于:
1.deep可以用于具体事物,而profound则不能。例如:
The river is ten meters deep.这河有10米深。
2.deep可表示颜色之深,而profound则不可以。例如:
He has deep brown eyes.他有一双深棕色的眼睛。
3.profound是正式用语, deep为一般用语。例如:
We all have profound admiration and respect for him.我们都非常钦佩和尊敬他。
adv.(副词)
deep, deeply
这两个副词的共同意思是“深”。其区别在于:
1.deep作“深深地”解,常用来修饰具体的或有形的动作或动作意义很强的分词; 而deeply作“深入地”“深刻地”解,通常用于引申的场合或比喻的意义,起增强语气的作用。例如:
We went deep into the jungle.我们走进丛林深处。
I deeply regret your misfortune.对你的不幸我深表遗憾。
2.修饰形容词时习惯用deeply,不能用deep。例如:
I'm deeply sorry for what has happened.我对发生的事情深感遗憾。
3.形容静止状态时只能用deep,不能用deeply。例如:
The ship sank deep into the sea.这船深沉海底。
4.deep可作主语补足语; 而deeply一般只充当状语。
5.deep须位于动词之后,而deeply可用于动词之后,也可位于动词之前。
in deep waters, deep in the water
两者的意思并不相同:前者的意思是“在困境中”; 而后者的意思(船)吃水深。例如:
He's been in deep waters ever since he got fired from his job.他被解雇后一直处在困境之中。
The ship is deep in the water.这只船吃水很深。
deep profound
这两个形容词都有表示“深的”之意。
  • deep:deep普通用词,指由上到下,或由表及里的深度,可指具体或抽象事物。
  • profound:profound语气较强,较为庄重,多指抽象的事物,多用于比喻。

常见错误

adj.(形容词)
  1. 工人们挖出一条深水沟。

    The workmen dug out a deeply channel for the water.

    The workmen dug out a deep channel for the water.

  2. 金子是从很深的地下挖出来的。

    Gold is mined from deeply underground.

    Gold is mined from deep underground.

    deep用作形容词,修饰名词; 而deeply只用作副词,不可修饰名词。

adv.(副词)
  1. 听到那消息时,我们大家都很感动。

    We were all deep moved when we heard the news.

    We were all deeply moved when we heard the news.

  2. 我们非常感谢你的支持帮助。

    We are deep grateful for your support.

    We are deeply grateful for your support.

    修饰形容词时只能用deeply,不能用deep。

词源解说

  • ☆ 直接源自中古英语的edp;最初源自古英语的edop,意为深的,深刻的,深切的,深厚的,深深地。

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