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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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I don't know why Steve Mostyn has gone off the deep end over this," he said.
Finding herself in the targets of murder, she hopes luck will lead her to safety, and tries to figure out if she really is Lady Luck, or if she's just gone off the deep end.
The poor girl's gone off the deep end since her dad, who managed to muck most things up while alive, went one step further and accidentally killed himself while faking his own death.
As the novel opens, one of the other students in her Nietzsche tutorial has taken the German philosopher too seriously and gone off the deep end, walking around campus asking annoying questions.
I have to laugh now, because back in those days I hid COUNTRYSIDE under the bed when he came home for fear he'd think I'd gone off the deep end.
who gets a call from his younger sister in New York City, Wendy (the equally brilliant Laura Linney), that their dad (Philip Bosco) has gone off the deep end at a retirement home he's been living at in Arizona and is being thrown out, without money or a place to go.