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deep-seated
Pronunciation: /ˌdipˈsidəd/
Pronunciation: / diːpˈsiːtɪd /

Translation of deep-seated in Spanish:

adjective

  • (prejudice/conviction/tradition)
    profundamente arraigado
    (problem/grievance)
    de raíces profundas
    Example sentences
    • The problems that have arisen are profound and deep-seated.
    • All of these cases are symptomatic of far more serious, deep-seated trends that are being promoted.
    • The robot was built for three levels of crouching, from barely crouching to a deep-seated squat.

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