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deep

1. Cricket relatively far from the pitch
2. (of a colour) having an intense or dark hue
3. any deep place on land or under water, esp below 6000 metres (3000 fathoms)
4. the deep
a. Cricket the area of the field relatively far from the pitch
5. Nautical one of the intervals on a sounding lead, one fathom apart

What does it mean when you dream about depth?

Any sense of depth, particularly going down, in a dream usually represents the unconscious mind. This can be accompanied by feelings of discovery or dread. “Deep” is also found in a number of interesting idioms, such as at the “deep end” or in “deep water.” One can be deeply hurt or deeply troubled.

deep

[dēp]
(oceanography)
An area of great depth in the ocean, representing a depression in the ocean floor.
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Take the New York Times editorial pageon most issues shrill and sophomoric anywaywhich goes off the deep end when the topic is abortion.
Grief does strange things to all of us," one character notes, and Steve, in trying to cope with his losses, goes off the deep end.
Weaver really goes off the deep end when he makes a statement that houses cannot be built with twigs (who said they could?