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deep English-Spanish

profundo, hondo

deep-dish English-Spanish

de base profunda

deep end English-Spanish

the deep end

deep-felt English-Spanish

profundo

deep-fry English-Spanish

freír*en abundante aceite

deep-sea English-Spanish

de las profundidades (marinas)

deep-set English-Spanish

hundido

deep six English-Spanish

to give sth the deep six

knee-deep English-Spanish

the mud is knee-deep

skin-deep English-Spanish

to be skin-deep

ankle deep English-Spanish

que llega hasta los tobillos

deep freeze English-Spanish

congelador masculine, freezer feminineLatin America/América Latina

deep fryer English-Spanish

freidora feminine

deep-rooted English-Spanish

profundamente arraigado

deep-seated English-Spanish

profundamente arraigado

Deep South English-Spanish

the Deep South

waist-deep English-Spanish

que llega hasta la cintura

deep freezer English-Spanish

→ deep freeze 1 1

deep freezing English-Spanish

congelación feminine

deep structure English-Spanish

estructura feminine profunda

deep-vein thrombosis English-Spanish

trombosis feminine venosa profunda, TVP feminine

the deep in deep English-Spanish

el piélago literary/literario

a deep tan in deep English-Spanish

un bronceado intenso

to get into deep water(s) in water English-Spanish

meterse en camisa de once varas

the deep end in deep end English-Spanish

la parte honda, lo hondo

to go off at the deep end in end English-Spanish

ponerse* como una fiera

deep-sea diver in deep-sea English-Spanish

buceador, -dora masculine, feminine de profundidad

the Deep South in Deep South English-Spanish

el sureste de Estados Unidos, Carolina del Sur, Georgia, Alabama, Misisipí y Luisiana

ankle-/knee-deep in deep English-Spanish

hasta los tobillos/la rodilla

deep-sea fishing in deep-sea English-Spanish

pesca feminine de altura

to have a deep tan in tan English-Spanish

estar* muy bronceado

to go o jump off the deep end in deep end English-Spanish

ponerse* hecho una furia colloquial/familiar, perder* los estribos

to throw sb in (at) the deep end in deep end English-Spanish

meter a algn de lleno en lo más difícil

a deep pile carpet in deep English-Spanish

una alfombra de pelo largo

to be in deep trouble in deep English-Spanish

estar* en un serio apuro

deep in the forest in deep English-Spanish

en lo profundo del bosque


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