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(deep) grudgesila(ran)
(deep) respectconsideratie(respect)
1. shallow; surface...; skin-deep. 2. (important) suprafaţă
1. to begin to boil. 2. fig. to go off the deep end.a da în clocot
1. to sink deep/to penetrate deeply into smth. 2. fig. (a înţelege) to go deeply/ thoroughly into/to investigate a problem.a pătrunde adânc în ceva
<~ in ginduri>deep/absorbed/engrossed/plunged/wrapt in thought; <~ in ginduri>musing, in a brown study; <~ in studiu>deeply engaged in studyadincitura(depresiune)adincit
a man of the world/who has been through the mill; (fam.) an old/a deep file; an old timer/ trecut prin ciur şi prin dârmon
abyss; <~i batrinete>old/great/hoary age; deep-knit furrows; soup plate; deep/fervent love; (pitch-)adinc(prapastie)
between hammer and anvil; between the hammer and the anvil; between the beetle and the block; between Scylla and Carybdis; between the devil and the deep/the blue sea; (fam.) between wind and water; between the upper and nether mill-stone; on the horns ofîntre ciocan şi nicovală
bottom; to dip; to plunge; to thrust into the water; to submerge; to submerse; to duck; to sink (deep); to disappearafund(fund)
chin-deep/up to the chin in water.în apă până la gât
dark/deep bluesiniliu(albastru inchis)
dark/deep redconabiu
deepabil(in sens rau) (subtil)
deepadâncime; (nav) adâncime (a mării), adânc; întunecat, saturat
deepafund(in adinc)
deepgenune(adincime intr-o apa)
deepintens(d. culori)
deepadâncime; adânc
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