- adv.深深地; 深切地; 深刻地; 极度地;
We are profoundly affected by what happens to us in childhood.
How odd life was, how unfathomable, how profoundly unjust.
Susan nodded sagely as if what I had said was profoundly significant.
In politics, as in other areas, he is profoundly conservative.
This has profoundly affected my life.
It disturbs me profoundly that you so misuse your talents.
Memory can be profoundly shaped by subsequent experience.
Many of these children are profoundly deaf.
He profoundly believed in the future victory of the revolution.
Such offences as his profoundly endanger public security.
He profoundly believed in his future success.
This film will make every Chinese rethink profoundly.
Any person who is really profoundly humane can't believe in everlasting punishment.
Walk groundly ; talk profoundly ; drink roundly ; sleep soundly.
Regional, the various departments, various units must study earnestly, comprehends profoundly, implements and realizes firmly.
各地 、 各部门 、 各单位要认真学习, 深刻领会,坚决贯彻落实.
Agencies are finding it profoundly difficult to reach a consensus.
Business and economic life were profoundly disorganized.
——英汉非文学 - 历史
I am profoundly grateful to all of you for giving me the chance to serve you.
They are dealing profoundly with life.
The impaired microvasculature may profoundly affect the coronary flow velocity pattern in the IRA.
He was profoundly affected by the fact that Tom was there.
Comprehends with the comprehensive assurance scientific development concept basic method is profoundly has unified planning.
Campaigning in Iowa, Clinton said she was profoundly saddened and outraged by Ms. Bhutto's assassination.
Hari was profoundly moved and shed tears.
It explores the settings, dramatic methods and irony that portray the characters personality profoundly.
在该小说中,海明威主要运用了场景手法 、 戏剧手法和嘲弄手法塑造人物的个性.
In fact, I have already been inexrobly and imperceptibly facinated with you profoundly.
Now, as I am approaching middle age, it's Bach's music that touches me most profoundly.
The venture capital organizations profoundly realized the essentiality and necessity of risk analysis and risk precaution.
The error here is far too deep: not only do humans need nature for themselves, but the very idea that humanity and the natural world are separable things is profoundly damaging.
Applicants are asked to describe an ethical dilemma they've faced and its impact on them, or discuss a public issue of special concern to them, or tell of a fictional character or creative work that has profoundly influenced them.
1. to a great depth psychologically;
"They felt the loss deeply"