What Is The Meaning Of Depth

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depth

(dĕpth)

northward.

one.

The condition or quality of being deep.

2.

a.

The extent, measurement, or dimension downward, astern, or in:
dove to a depth of 30 feet; shelves with enough depth to store the large boxes.

b.

The measurement or sense of distance from an ascertainment point, such equally linear perspective in painting.

3.

ofttimes
depths
A deep part or place:
the ocean depths; in the depths of the forest.

4.

a.

The most profound or intense part or stage:
the depth of despair; an feel that touched the depths of tragedy.

b.

Intensity; force:
had not realized the depth of their feelings for i some other.

five.

The severest or worst part:
in the depth of an economic depression.

6.

A depression point, level, or degree:
Production has fallen to new depths.

7.

Intellectual complexity or penetration; profundity:
a novel of corking depth.

8.

The range of 1’southward understanding or competence:
I am out of my depth when it comes to cooking.

nine.

Force held in reserve, especially a supply of skilled or capable replacements:
a team with depth at every position.

10.

The degree of richness or intensity:
depth of color.

11.

Lowness in pitch.

12.

Complete detail; thoroughness:
the depth of her research; an interview conducted in bully depth.


[Eye English
depthe, from
dep,
deep; run into

deep
.]

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depth

(dɛpθ)

due north

1.
the extent, measurement, or distance down, backwards, or inwards

2.
the quality of existence deep; deepness

3.

(Psychology) intensity or profundity of emotion or feeling

iv.
profundity of moral character; penetration; sagacity; integrity

v.
complication or abstruseness, as of thought or objects of thought

6.
intensity, every bit of silence, colour, etc

7.
lowness of pitch

8.

(Nautical Terms)
nautical
the distance from the summit of a ship’s keel to the elevation of a item deck

ix.

(ofttimes plural) a deep, far, inner, or remote part, such as an inaccessible region of a country

x.

(oft plural) the deepest, near intense, or most astringent part:
the depths of winter.

11.

(ordinarily plural) a low moral country; demoralization:
how could you sink to such depths?.

12.

(often plural) a vast space or completeness

xiii.

beyond ane’s depth

out of one’due south depth

a.
in water deeper than one is alpine

b.
beyond the range of one’s competence or understanding

14.

in depth
thoroughly or comprehensively. Come across also in-depth

[C14: from
dep
deep + -thursdayone]

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depth


(dɛpθ)

due north.


1.

a dimension taken through an object or trunk of textile, usu. downward or inward.


two.

the quality of beingness deep; deepness.


3.

complexity or obscurity:

a question of keen depth.


4.

gravity; seriousness.


5.

emotional profundity:

the depth of one’south feelings.


6.

intensity, as of silence or color.


vii.

lowness of tonal pitch:

the depth of a voice.


eight.

the amount of a person’s intelligence, wisdom, insight, etc.


9.

Often,
depths.
a deep part or place.


10.

an unfathomable space; abyss:

the depth of fourth dimension.


11.

Sometimes,
depths.
the farthest, innermost, or extreme office or state:

the depths of the wood.


12.

Usu.,
depths.
a low intellectual or moral condition:

How could he sink to such depths?


xiii.

the role of greatest intensity, as of night or winter.


14.

the forcefulness of a team’southward lineup of substitute players.


Idioms:


1.

in depth,
extensively; thoroughly.


2.

out of or beyond one’s depth,
beyond one’s cognition or capability.

[1350–1400; Middle English
depthe=dep
deep +
-the
-th1]

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depth

In maritime/hydrographic use, the vertical distance from the airplane of the hydrographic datum to the bed of the body of water, lake, or river.

Dictionary of Armed forces and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.

Depth

Oceanography.
a device for ascertaining the depth of h2o.

a device for ascertaining vertical currents in the deeper parts of the sea.

the measurement of the depths of oceans, seas, or other large bodies of water. —
bathymetric, bathymetrical.
adj.

Oceanography.
a small, modified submarine for abyssal exploration, usually having a spherical observation chamber stock-still under a buoyancy sleeping accommodation.

Oceanography.
a spherical diving appliance from which to study deep-sea life.

a device that records the temperature of water as a reflex of depth.

1.
the depths or bottom of the sea.
2.
organic life that inhabits the bottom of the body of water.

an apparatus for surveying the depths or lesser of the bounding main.

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Thesaurus

Antonyms
Related Words
Synonyms

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Noun i. depth - the extent downward or backward or inward
depth
– the extent downward or backward or inward; “the depth of the h2o”; “depth of a shelf”; “depth of a closet”

deepness

extent – the distance or area or volume over which something extends; “the vast extent of the desert”; “an orchard of considerable extent”

deepness, profoundness, profundity – the quality of existence physically deep; “the profundity of the mine was near a mile”

draught, draft – the depth of a vessel’s keel beneath the surface (especially when loaded)

penetration – the depth to which something penetrates (particularly the depth reached by a projectile that hits a target)

sounding – a measure of the depth of water taken with a sounding line

shallowness – the quality of defective physical depth; “take into account the shallowness at that end of the pool earlier you swoop”

two. depth
– degree of psychological or intellectual profundity

degree, level, grade – a position on a scale of intensity or amount or quality; “a moderate grade of intelligence”; “a high level of care is required”; “information technology is all a matter of degree”

profundity, profoundness – intellectual depth; penetrating knowledge; keen insight; etc; “the depth of my feeling”; “the profoundness of the silence”

shallowness, superficiality – lack of depth of noesis or thought or feeling

3. depth
– (usually plural) the deepest and most remote function; “from the depths of darkest Africa”; “signals received from the depths of space”

plural, plural class – the class of a word that is used to denote more than 1

back of beyond – a very remote and inaccessible identify; “yous’d take to go to the back of beyond to observe one of those”

region, part – the extended spatial location of something; “the farming regions of France”; “religions in all parts of the earth”; “regions of outer space”

iv. depth
– (usually plural) a low moral state; “he had sunk to the depths of addiction”

plural, plural form – the course of a word that is used to denote more than one

abasement, abjection, degradation – a low or downcast state; “each confession brought her into an attitude of abasement”- H.Fifty.Menchken

5. depth - the intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas
depth
– the intellectual ability to penetrate deeply into ideas

deepness, astuteness, profoundness, profundity

sapience, wisdom – ability to apply cognition or feel or understanding or common sense and insight

six. depth
– the attribute or quality of existence deep, strong, or intense; “the depth of his animate”; “the depth of his sighs,” “the depth of his emotion”

attribute – an abstraction belonging to or characteristic of an entity

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depth

noun

4.
insight, intelligence, wisdom, penetration, profundity, vigil, discernment, perspicacity, sagacity, astuteness, profoundness, perspicuity
His writing has a depth that will outlast him.


insight

emptiness, triviality, superficiality,
lack of depth
or
substance

plural noun

1.

deepest role, middle, midst,
remotest role,
furthest office,
innermost part

A audio came from the depths of the forest.

ii.

about intense part, pit, void, abyss, chasm,
deepest part,
furthest role,
bottomless depth

a man who had plumbed the depths of despair

Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Consummate and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

depth

noun

1.
The extent or measurement downward from a surface:

2.
Something of immeasurable and vast extent.Often used in plural:

three.
Exceptionally great concentration, power, or force, particularly in action.Oft used in plural:

4.
Intellectual penetration or range:

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Translations

hloubka
intenzita

dybde
intensitet

syvyys

dubina

dÿpt
styrkur, dÿpt

深さ

깊이

gelmė
sodrumas

dziļums
piesātinātība

hlbina

globina

djup

ความลึก

chiều sâu

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depth

(depθ)

noun

1.

the altitude from the top downwards or from the surface inwards
especially
if dandy.
Coal is mined at a depth of 1,000 m.

diepte

عُمْق

дълбочина


profundidade


hloubka


die Tiefe


dybde

βάθος
profundidad

sügavus


ژرفا؛ عمق


syvyys

profondeur
עומק

गहराई


dubina, ponor


mélység


kedalaman


dÿpt

profondità

深さ


깊이


gylis


dziļums


kedalaman

diepte
dybde
głębokość

ژوروالى، كنده، ګړنګ، عمق،دشى منځ، شدت، په مو سيقى كې دږغ بموالى


profundidade


adâncime

глубина

hĺbka


globina


dubina


djup


ความลึก

derinlik

深度


глибина


گہرائی


độ sâu

深度

2.

intensity or strength
peculiarly
if great.
The depth of colour was astonishing;

The depth of his feeling prevented him from speaking.

diepte, intensiteit


شِدَّة


дълбочина


profundidade


intenzita


die Stärke


dybde; intensitet


βαθύτητα, ένταση

intensidad

sügavus


شدت؛ عمق


syvyys

intensité
עומק

तेजी


dubina


mélység


kekuatan


styrkur, dÿpt

profondità, intensità

濃さ, 強さ


강도, 정도


gilumas, sodrumas


piesātinātība


mendalam

hevigheid
styrke, intensitet, dybde
głębia

عمق


profundidade


in­x­sitate

интенсивность; глубина

intenzita


intenzivnost


dubina


intensitet, djup


ความเข้มของสี

yoğunluk

濃度


сила; густота


شدّت


cường độ

浓度

depths

noun plural

a part far under the surface or in the middle of something.
the depths of the sea;

the depths of winter.

dieptes, die hartjie van die winter


أعْماق، بَواطِن


глъбини


profundezas


hloubky, hlubiny; uprostřed


das Tiefste


dyb; midt på


κατάβαθα (πληθ.)


profundidades


sügavused, (talve)süda


اعماق؛ ژرفنا


syvyydet

profondeurs

מַעֲמָקִים


अधिक गहरा


u jeku


mélység


kedalaman


undirdjúp; iður

profondità

深い所


깊은 곳, 한가운데


gelmė, vidurys


dzelme; vidus


kedalaman


het diepst

dyp, –dybde; midt–

otchłań, środek

اعماق


profundezas


adânc


глубины; разгар


hlbina; uprostred


globine


dubina


djupen, i djupa[ste]


ความลึก


(en) derin yer, denizin derinlikleri


深處


безодня; розпал


نشیبی جگہ


độ sâu

深处

ˈin-depth

describing word

(of a survey
etc) deep and thorough.
an in-depth report on alcoholism.

in diepte


عَميق، مُتَعَمِّق، شامِل


дълбок


em profundidade


hloubkový

tiefgründig

dybtgående; tilbundsgående; grundig


σε βάθος, διεξοδικός


a fondo


sügavutiminev


دقیق و کامل


syväluotaava

en profondeur

לָעוֹמֶק


व्यापक


temeljit


alapos


menyeluruh


ítarlegur

approfondito

詳細な


심층의


gilus


pamatīgs (par ziņojumu u.tml.)


dalam

diepgaand
grundig
wnikliwy

په ځیر کتل


em profundidade


profund

фундаментальный

hĺbkový


izčrpen


detaljan


ingående, grundlig, som går på djupet


ถี่ถ้วน

ayrıntılı, derin

透徹的


всебічний; глибокий


مفصّل


toàn diện

透彻的

in depth

deeply and thoroughly.
I take studied the subject in depth.

in diepte


بِعُمْق


дълбоко


em profundidade


do hloubky

in allen Einzelheiten

i dybden; tilbundsgående; grundigt


σε βάθος, διεξοδικά


a fondo, en profundidad


sügavuti


بطور عمیق؛ عمقاً


syvällisesti

à fond

לָעוֹמֶק


गहराई से


duboko, temeljito


alaposan


mendalam


ítarlega

a fondo

徹底的に


철저하게


giliai


pamatīgi


mendalam

diepgaand
i dybden, grundig

wnikliwie


په ژوره توګه


em profundidade


în profunzime

тщательно

do hĺbky


v globino


temeljno


ingående, grundligt, på djupet


ลึกซึ้ง

enine boyuna, bütün ayrıntılarıyla


深入地


глибоко; старанно


تفصیلی


chuyên sâu

深入地

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depth



عُمْق


hloubka


dybde


Tiefe


βάθος


profundidad


syvyys


profondeur


dubina


profondità


深さ


깊이


diepte


dybde


głębokość


profundidade


глубина


djup


ความลึก


derinlik


chiều sâu


深度

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