depth

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈdɛpθ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/dɛpθ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(depth)


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depth

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. the [dark, scary, unknown] depths
  2. the depths of the [sea, woods, forest, jungle]
  3. [venture, wander] into the depths
  4. in the depths of the ocean
  5. [lurking, lying, waiting, swimming] in the depths
  6. [dove, plunged, sank] to a depth of [100] feet
  7. a total depth of [100 feet]
  8. a water depth of [100 feet]
  9. when you reach a depth of [100 feet]
  10. has a depth of [100 feet]
  11. is [100] feet in depth
  12. the depth of the [lake] is [100 feet]
  13. [height, width] and depth
  14. the color has (a lot) of depth
  15. the depth of the color
  16. a (narrow) depth of field
  17. the depth of the [issue, situation, crisis]
  18. the depth of [her sorrow, my grief]
  19. has a depth of knowledge (about)
  20. am out of my depth (with this one)
n as adj
  1. a depth [gauge, charge]
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