Detailed Translations for deep from English to French


deep [the ~] nom

  1. the deep (sea; blue)
    la mer; la grande tasse

Translation Matrix for deep:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
cave basement; cellar; cellarage; vault
creux cavity; channel groove; ditch; emptyness; groove; hole; hollow; hollowness; slit; trench
grande tasse blue; deep; sea
mer blue; deep; sea alluvion; beating of the waves; ocean; sea; wash
- oceanic abyss; trench
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
tendre give; give to; hand; hand over; pass; stretch; tighten
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- abstruse; bass; cryptic; cryptical; inscrutable; mysterious; mystifying; recondite; rich; thick
AdverbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- deeply; late
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
approfondi consummate; deep; in depth; penetrating; perfect; profound; thorough accurate; accurately; basic; broad; careful; detailed; elaborate; elementary; essential; exact; exhaustive; expansive; extensive; fathomed; in detail; meticulous; painstaking; precise; precisely; scrupulous; stringent; thorough; wide; widespread
cave deep; deep-seated
creux deep; deep-seated; profound being unable to see; blind; empty; gaunt; haggard; hollow; hollow-eyed; idle; meaningless; sunken
d'une manière sensée consummate; deep; in depth; penetrating; perfect; profound; thorough fantastic; marvellous; marvelous; terrific
en profondeur consummate; deep; in depth; penetrating; perfect; profound; thorough basic; careful; elementary; essential; exhaustive; thorough
enfoncé deep; deep-seated gaunt; haggard; hollow; hollow-eyed; sunken
profond consummate; deep; deep-seated; in depth; penetrating; perfect; profound; thorough deeply; lying low; profoundly; radical; thorough
profondément consummate; deep; deep-seated; in depth; penetrating; perfect; profound; thorough profoundly; radical
renfoncé deep; deep-seated
rentré deep; deep-seated
sincère deep; profound cordial; cordially; decent; earnest; fair; frank; genuine; grave; heart-felt; heartfelt; hearty; honest; meant; neat; open; outspoken; proper; respectable; right; serious; severe; sincere; sporting; straight; straightforward; true; truth-loving; truthful; upright; veracious; veridical; veritable; whole-hearted; wholehearted
tendre deep; profound affectionate; delicate; easily hurt; fond; forgiving; fragile; frail; gentle; intense; lightly built; loving; oversensitive; petite; sensitive; sentimental; slender; slight; small-boned; soft; subtle; susceptible; tender; tender hearted; thin; warm
tendrement deep; profound affectionate; delicate; fond; fragile; frail; loving; tender
très approfondi consummate; deep; in depth; penetrating; perfect; profound; thorough
très poussé consummate; deep; in depth; penetrating; perfect; profound; thorough

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Related Definitions for "deep":

  1. exhibiting great cunning usually with secrecy1
    • deep political machinations1
    • a deep plot1
  2. strong; intense1
    • deep purple1
  3. very distant in time or space1
    • deep in the past1
    • deep in enemy territory1
    • deep in the woods1
    • a deep space probe1
  4. 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 combination1
    • a deep well1
    • a deep dive1
    • deep water1
    • a deep casserole1
    • a deep gash1
    • deep massage1
    • deep pressure receptors in muscles1
    • deep shelves1
    • a deep closet1
    • surrounded by a deep yard1
    • hit the ball to deep center field1
    • in deep space1
    • waist-deep1
  5. relatively deep or strong; affecting one deeply1
    • a deep breath1
    • a deep sigh1
    • deep concentration1
    • deep emotion1
    • a deep trance1
    • in a deep sleep1
  6. difficult to penetrate; incomprehensible to one of ordinary understanding or knowledge1
    • a deep metaphysical theory1
  7. of an obscure nature1
    • a deep dark secret1
  8. with head or back bent low1
    • a deep bow1
  9. having or denoting a low vocal or instrumental range1
    • a deep voice1
  10. large in quantity or size1
    • deep cuts in the budget1
  11. extreme1
    • in deep trouble1
    • deep happiness1
  12. (of darkness) very intense1
    • a face in deep shadow1
    • deep night1
  13. marked by depth of thinking1
    • deep thoughts1
    • a deep allegory1
  14. relatively thick from top to bottom1
    • deep carpets1
    • deep snow1
  15. extending relatively far inward1
    • a deep border1
  16. to a great depth;far down1
    • dug deep1
  17. to a great distance1
    • penetrated deep into enemy territory1
    • went deep into the woods1
  18. to an advanced time1
    • deep into the night1
  19. literary term for an ocean1
    • denizens of the deep1
  20. a long steep-sided depression in the ocean floor1
  21. the central and most intense or profound part1
    • in the deep of night1
    • in the deep of winter1

Wiktionary Translations for deep:

  1. the sea, the ocean
  1. of a color, dark and highly saturated
  2. of a sound or voice, low in pitch
  3. thick in a vertical direction
  4. profound
  5. having its bottom far down
  1. Qui présente une cavité, un trou intérieur.
  2. De grande profondeur
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Cross Translation:
deep profond diep — waar de bodem ver naar beneden is
deep profond tiefgründig — mit einem tieferen Sinn versehen

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