- adj.深的( deep的比较级 ); 严重的; 深奥的; 有…深的;
It is wishful thinking to expect deeper change under his leadership.
Expertly he zigzagged his way across the field, avoiding the deeper gullies.
This stretch of Lost River was broader and deeper.
Gingerly, she put her hand in deeper, to the bottom.
Whirr, click, whirr, click — step by step the scan probed deeper.
The company is sliding even deeper into the red.
The problems went deeper than mere teething difficulties.
The wheels sank deeper into the mire.
A rise in interest rates plunged Britain deeper into recession.
We must go deeper and strike at the roots of the trouble.
Storms make trees take deeper roots.
The water was deeper at every step.
The analysts applaud the cuts in marginal businesses, but insist the company must make deeper sacrifices.
You gradually fall under the spell and get drawn in deeper and deeper.
Score lightly at first and then repeat, scoring deeper each time until the board is cut through.
But numerous studies have now found that when classroom material is made harder to absorb, pupils retain more of it over the long term, and understand it on a deeper level.
It is actually something deeper than mere happiness: it is joy, which the monk（僧侣）David Steindl-Rast describes as "that kind of happiness that doesn't depend on what happens.
For weeks, I've been thinking of bigger, deeper questions: how do we make it a habit for them?
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