Deep meaning in Hindi

Deep is a english word.

Deep Meaning in Hindi (हिंदी में मतलब)

  • deep = गहरा

    • Usage: She took out water from a deep well.
    • Usage: He took a deep breath on seeing his sick friend.
    • Usage: He wore a deep blue jacket for the party.
    • Usage: He has got a deep insight into the subject .
  • deep = गम्भीर

    • Usage: His sentences had deep meanings.
    • Usage: He had a deep voice.
  • deep = मग्न

    • Usage: His involvement in the affair was very deep.
    • Usage: He was deep in thoughts.
  • deep = गहराई से[में]

    • Usage: He was deep asleep when Ram came inside the house .
    • Usage: He went deep inside the river.
    • Usage: The prayer was performed by standing deep in the river.
  • deep = समुद्र

    • Usage: Pacific is the deep.

Deep Meaning in Detail

  • deep (noun) = the central and most intense or profound part

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: in the deep of night
    • Usage: in the deep of winter
  • deep (noun) = a long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor

    Synonyms: trench, deep, oceanic_abyss

  • deep (noun) = literary term for an ocean

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: denizens of the deep
  • deep (adj) = relatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: a deep breath
    • Usage: a deep sigh
    • Usage: deep concentration
    • Usage: deep emotion
    • Usage: a deep trance
    • Usage: in a deep sleep
  • deep (adj) = marked by depth of thinking

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: deep thoughts
    • Usage: a deep allegory
  • deep (adj) = 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

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: a deep well
    • Usage: a deep dive
    • Usage: deep water
    • Usage: a deep casserole
    • Usage: a deep gash
    • Usage: deep massage
    • Usage: deep pressure receptors in muscles
    • Usage: deep shelves
    • Usage: a deep closet
    • Usage: surrounded by a deep yard
    • Usage: hit the ball to deep center field
    • Usage: in deep space
    • Usage: waist-deep
  • deep (adj) = very distant in time or space

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: deep in the past
    • Usage: deep in enemy territory
    • Usage: deep in the woods
    • Usage: a deep space probe
  • deep (adj) = extreme

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: in deep trouble
    • Usage: deep happiness
  • deep (adj) = having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range

    Synonyms: bass, deep

    • Usage: a deep voice
    • Usage: a bass voice is lower than a baritone voice
    • Usage: a bass clarinet
  • deep (adj) = strong; intense

    Synonyms: deep, rich

    • Usage: deep purple
    • Usage: a rich red
  • deep (adj) = relatively thick from top to bottom

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: deep carpets
    • Usage: deep snow
  • deep (adj) = extending relatively far inward

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: a deep border
  • deep (adj) = (of darkness) very intense

    Synonyms: thick, deep

    • Usage: thick night
    • Usage: thick darkness
    • Usage: a face in deep shadow
    • Usage: deep night
  • deep (adj) = large in quantity or size

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: deep cuts in the budget
  • deep (adj) = with head or back bent low

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: a deep bow
  • deep (adj) = of an obscure nature

    Synonyms: cryptic, cryptical, deep, inscrutable, mysterious, mystifying

    • Usage: the new insurance policy is written without cryptic or mysterious terms
    • Usage: a deep dark secret
    • Usage: the inscrutable workings of Providence
    • Usage: in its mysterious past it encompasses all the dim origins of life"- Rachel Carson
    • Usage: rituals totally mystifying to visitors from other lands
  • deep (adj) = difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge

    Synonyms: abstruse, deep, recondite

    • Usage: the professor's lectures were so abstruse that students tended to avoid them
    • Usage: a deep metaphysical theory
    • Usage: some recondite problem in historiography
  • deep (adj) = exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: deep political machinations
    • Usage: a deep plot
  • deep (adv) = to a great depth; far down

    Synonyms: deeply, deep

    • Usage: dived deeply
    • Usage: dug deep
  • deep (adv) = to an advanced time

    Synonyms: deep, late

    • Usage: deep into the night
    • Usage: talked late into the evening
  • deep (adv) = to a great distance

    Synonyms: deep

    • Usage: penetrated deep into enemy territory
    • Usage: went deep into the woods
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